News 9 Nov 2022

Provisional 2023 WorldSBK calendar uncovered

Series to span across 12 rounds and at least 10 countries.

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The provisional 2023 Superbike World Championship (WorldSBK) calendar has been uncovered, with the series to commence at Phillip Island and span across 12 rounds and at least 10 countries.

Phillip Island will return to its original slot on the WorldSBK calendar next year, getting the season underway on 24-26 February and also marking the first round of the 2023 Australian Superbike Championship (ASBK).

From there, WorldSBK will move to Mandalika, Indonesia one week later for round two, before the European stint of the championships begins at Assen on 21-23 April for round three.

The season-ending venue is yet to be confirmed, however iconic venues such as Donington Park, Magny-Cours, Portimao plus more are set to feature on next year’s calendar once more.

2023 Superbike World Championship (WorldSBK) calendar (provisional):
Rd1 – 24-26 FEB – Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, Australia (WorldSSP)
Rd2 – 3-5 MAR – Mandalika International Street Circuit, Indonesia (WorldSSP)
Rd3 – 21-23 APR – TT Circuit Assen, The Netherlands (WorldSSP, WorldSSP300)
Rd4 – 5-7 MAY – Circuit de Barcelona Catalunya, Spain (WorldSSP, WorldSSP300)
Rd5 – 2-4 JUN – Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli, Italy (WorldSSP, WorldSSP300)
Rd6 – 30 JUN – 2 JUL – Donington Park, United Kingdom (WorldSSP)
Rd7 – 28-30 JUL – Autodrom Most, Czech Republic (WorldSSP, WorldSSP300)
Rd8 – 8-10 SEP – Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours (WorldSSP, WorldSSP300)
Rd9 – 22-24 SEP – MotorLand Aragon, Spain (WorldSSP, WorldSSP300)
Rd10 – 29 SEP – 1 OCT – Autodromo International do Algarve (WorldSSP, WorldSSP300)
Rd11 – 13-15 OCT – Circuito San Juan Villicum (WorldSSP)
Rd12 – TBA – TBA