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Corey Turner

Who is Corey Turner [Corza]?

Corey started riding bikes at 2 yrs old. His first season of racing was on a KTM 50 at 5 yo. That year he won 3 State titles and 2 Australian dirt track titles. 2011 Corey’s first year of road racing he competed in the Australian GP80 Metrakit junior road race championship 2012 Moto 3 Australian Superbike Championship. At 14 yrs old he became the youngest ever rider to win an Australian Superbike round on a Moto 3. That year from 37 starts he made 22 wins, 8 seconds, 3 thirds, 3 pole positions and 7 lap records.

This lead to the move to Spain to compete in the 2013 Junior Moto3 World Championship and 2014/15 European Moto2 Championship.

2016 Corey made the step up to a superbike and contested the All Japan Roadrace Championship on a Yamaha R1. With the same team, at 18 yo Corey was the youngest rider to compete in the 2016 World Endurance Championship, Suzuka 8 Hour.

2017 Saw Corey return to Australia to race the Premier Superbike class on his privateer 52Motorsports team Yamaha R1. He also had the opportunity to finish the last 3 rounds of the season with the factory backed DesmoSport Ducati team, scoring his first Australian Superbike podium with them.

Personal Information

Nationality: Australian
Location: Queensland
Date of Birth: 9th October 1997
Racing Number: 52

Goals and Objectives

To continue to deliver 100% dedication toward my racing and
reaching the highest category possible.

To succeed in my passion for motorcycle racing and
become a world champion.

Corey Turner
Corza Racing

Corza Racing Team

Riding is Corey’s passion, even in his downtime he can be found reading up on new techniques and technology in the industry. His passion is evident in his dedication, and his end goal is always front of mind – to be the best and reach the highest category possible.

Having grown up on a bike Corey lives and breathe the thrill, excitement and sense of pride he gets when he moves to the next level. Watching Corey ride is like watching art in motion, the way he handles the bike and moves with it is nothing short of amazing.