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When and where are the world superbikes getting back underway?

 

Series organisers Dorna have announced the World Superbikes calendar for 2020. The revised calendar proposed a maximum 12 rounds for the season. Round one has already been completed, while round eight is to be confirmed, and rounds 10, 11 and 12 are still to be determined.

 

Round, Grand Prix, Circuit and Date

1) Grand Prix of Australia (Phillip Island Circuit) already completed on 1st March.

2) Grand Prix of Spain (Circuito de Jerez) on 2nd August.

3) Grand Prix of Portugal (Autodromo Internacional do Algarve) on 9th August.

4) Grand Prix of Aragon (MotorLand Aragon) on 30th August.

5) Grand Prix of Teruel (MotorLand Aragon) on 6th September.

6) Grand Prix of Catalan (Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya) on 20th September.

7) Grand Prix of France (Circuit de Magny-Cours) on 4th October.

8) Grand Prix of Argentina (Circuito San Juan Villicum) to be confirmed but planned for 11th October.

9) Grand Prix of Italy (Misan World Circuit Marco Simoncelli) on 8th November.

10) Grand Prix of Britain (Donington Park) to be determined, no date yet set.

11) Grand Prix of the Netherlands (TT Circuit Assen) to be determined, no date yet set.

12) Grand Prix of Qatar (Losail International Circuit) to be determined, no date yet set.

 

Competition for contracts intensifies

All riders will be looking to either earn a contract for next season or justify newly signed contracts, such as Jonathan Rea and Alex Lowes. The team-mates recently signed new deals to continue as Kawasaki’s flagship riders. It remains to be seen if the chasing pack of Ducatis, Yamahas, BMWs and Hondas can catch the speedy duo.

 

We hope you enjoyed this article about the World Superbikes calendar for 2020 being announced, which round are you most looking forward to? Let us know!

 

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Adam is a University of Reading graduate with a degree in History and International Relations. He has competed in numerous sports incuding rugby, cricket, badminton and roller hockey. Adam has a particular interest in motorcycle racing, primarily MotoGP, World Superbikes, British Superbikes and the Isle of Man TT.

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