Update of the 2021 WorldSBK Calendar

10 March 2021

Flash News

This Wednesday 9th March, the new 2021 World Superbike Championship calendar has been unveiled! A new race has been added to the calendar in Navarra (Spain). The Estoril round has been postponed. The championship will therefore start on 21st and 22nd May in Aragon (Spain). Two other races, including the Phillip Island round (Australia), are still to be decided …

The Superbike championship is entirely made up of professional riders, so there are no worries about its running in 2021. Dorna Sports (promoter) is currently working on all the possibilities of welcoming the public and partners in the paddock. Guidelines will be announced in the coming weeks.

The entire GMT94 team is delighted to have a race added to the calendar. Dorna Sports, in collaboration with the FIM and the various governments, has managed to secure the entire WorldSBK championship until now.

 

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