Sprint Filter Wins Philippine Superbike Championship

Philippine Superbike Championship

The Philippine Superbike Championship (PSBK) is upon us, and reigning champions Access Plus Racing are in pursuit of their fourth consecutive PSBK title. Leading the charge for Access Plus this year is the reigning champ, TJ Alberto, who has been a dominant force on the track. Racing alongside him is his brother, Troy Alberto, who is returning from his two-year WorldSSP300 campaign, bringing valuable international experience back to the team.

Philippine Superbike Championship

Both riders will be competing on the latest-spec Ducati Panigale V4, which made its PSBK debut last year. This machine, known for being lighter, smarter, and faster, is the closest iteration yet to a competition WorldSBK bike. The Panigale V4’s performance last season was nothing short of spectacular, helping TJ Alberto to secure 6 overall victories and 5 podium finishes, ultimately clinching the championship. This season, their bikes will be powered by Sprint Filter air filters, promising even greater efficiency and performance.

The Alberto brothers have been rigorously testing their machines over the past few weeks in preparation for the 2024 championship. Their dedication and hard work have already shown impressive results. At the season opener at Batangas Racing Circuit, the team achieved a remarkable one-two finish on the podium, setting a strong tone for the rest of the season.

Philippine Superbike Championship

As the competition heats up, all eyes will be on Access Plus Racing and the Alberto brothers, who are determined to maintain their championship streak and continue their legacy in the Philippine Superbike Championship.

The team now looks to their next challenge set for June 1,  back at the Batangas Racing Circuit.

Philippine Superbike Championship 2024 Calendar
Round 1 | May 11-12 (Batangas Racing Circuit)
Round 2 | June 1-2 (Batangas Racing Circuit)
Round 3 | July 6-7 (Clark International Speedway)
Round 4 | August 3-4 (Clark International Speedway)
Round 5 | September 7-8 (Batangas Racing Circuit)
Round 6 | October 12-13 (Clark International Speedway)
 Philippine Superbike Championship

Sprint Filter – Available for all motorcycles

Ducati Panigale Sprint Filter Air Filter

Main Features

  • Polyester patented technology
  • OEM air filter on the most exclusive Ducati and Aprilia motorcycles of the last 5 years
  • Essentially maintenance-free
  • More performance, more engine protection than cotton and sponge air filters
  • No oil needed to stop dust
  • No shampoo to wash it

Find out how a Sprint Filter can give you an advantage on the street and on the track, click here.

Essentially Maintenance Free – Sprint Filter air filters cleaning procedure is straightforward and quick: use an air jet, in the opposite direction of suction, to remove most of the debris collected. No washing or drying is necessary, so the filter can be refitted immediately.  Maintenance of the air filter is essential for the protection, care, and efficiency of the engine.

A clean and undamaged filter will always ensure the correct quantity of clean air for the air box. Another air filter maintenance aspect is how long it takes to clean. Apart from the time required for disassembly and reassembly, cotton and sponge air filters demand downtime for washing, drying and oiling the filtering element, none of these operations are required with a Sprint Filter air filter.

About Sprint Filter
Established in 1952, SPRINT FILTER started building high-performance air filters and intake systems, even then highly innovative, working in collaboration with leading manufacturers of power and top teams. Since the early fifties the research and development of new fabrics filter and vacuum systems were the basis of the creation of our products.

With the experience gained in over fifty years, years that ranks among the oldest companies of industry, we are able to meet every need, from simple filter sporty replacement for the original, entire extraction systems carbon fiber, glass fiber, and in various plastic materials, with filter elements ranging from common cotton gauze to polyester fabrics microscopically calibrated.