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1989 Team enters a ZXR-7 Formula-1 machine in the Arai 500 endurance race at Oran park in Australia and wins with Aaron Slight and Rob Phillis riding. Phillis wins the Australian 1000cc series on a ZXR750 with teammate Slight in 2nd overall.

1990 The 1989 results earn the team the right to represent the factory as official entry in World Superbikes. Sole rider is Rob Phillis racing an H2 model ZXR750 taking a couple of wins and a number of podiums to end the season 4th overall. Slight races in the Australian series winning the season for the team.

1991 Aaron Slight continues to represent the team in the Australian series (with Phillis still racing overseas) and takes the series for the year on a ZXR750 after winning nearly every race.

1992 Slight joins Phillis on the TKA entry in world superbikes and finished the season 6th overall after winning opening race at Albacete. Phillis had wins in Belgium and Andorra and ended up ??? overall. Matt Mladin joined TKA for the Australian domestic series and totally dominated with 11 out of 12 wins for the season.


1994 Anthony Gobert won the Australian Superbike Championship, he also had his World Superbike debut (in Japan) and became the youngest World Superbike race winner at 19 on his international debut on a Kawasaki when entered as a wild card entry.

1995 Back with TKA again after a dissapointing Moto GP diversion Matt Mladin won 8 races in the Australian Superbikes but after a number of crashes and retirements ended the season 3rd overall.

1996 Craggill was joined by Troy Bayliss in with the pair finishing 2nd and 3rd overall respectively in the Australian series (won by Suzuki's Peter Goddard).

1999 Andrew Pitt finished second in the Australian superbike series on a ZX7RR and won the Australian supersport series on a ZX6R. He moved on from TKI to join Harold Eckl's Kawasaki World Supersport Team

2004 for this season TKI is putting together plans for an assault on the Australian Superbike Championship with the all new ZX-10R machine.


See Also: K Index | Kawasaki Race Teams


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