Cube Racing Confident Ahead of Round Two
268 views • 20/03/2019
Completing two separate tests in recent weeks at the circuit, 2 hours south-west of Sydney, Oli Bayliss and the Cube Racing Team are confident of a strong result at Wakefield Park Raceway this weekend.
Oli Bayliss: "I've stepped things up this year on and off the bike. SuperSport is faster, more aggressive than riding in the 300's and so I've had to approach it with more respect. I'm training harder than I've had to before and I've been lucky to have two chances to ride at Wakefield before the race this weekend. I feel good on the bike and I'm happy with the times I was able to do, so now I just need to put my head down and get it done."
Team Owner, Ben Henry: "The extra laps have really benefited Oli, in both his times and his confidence. With the full Cube Racing Team behind him this weekend, I think we'll see Oli lift again. It's clear he has the ability, and to be honest, it's great to once again have a young rider who's clearly having a lot of fun riding the bike."
Image Credit: TBGSport / Andrew Gosling
Schedule - Round 2, Wakefield Park, March 23-24
Saturday 9:50am: Qualifying 1 (25 min)
Saturday 1:35pm: Qualifying 2 (25 min)
Sunday 9:20am: Warm Up (5 min)
Sunday 10:45am: Race 1 (16 laps)
Sunday 2:05pm: Race 2 (16 laps)
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Cube Racing has a strong history as the longest running privateer racing team in Australia, starting as a platform for team owner Ben Henry to race an Australian Superbike. The team has grown, fostering talent along the way in the Supersport 300, Supersport and Superbike classes, bringing championships and strong finishes, including the 2015 ASBK Superbike Championship with "Mad" Mike Jones.