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2016 WorldSBK Provisional Calendar

2016 WorldSBK Provisional Calendar

2016 WorldSBK Provisional Calendar

Very excited to see the 2016 WorldSBK Provisional Calendar released. For those of you that didn’t get any races in the 2015 season, it was pretty much dominated by the Brits (thats a very good thing in our book), namely Rea, Davies, Sykes and Haslam and it is in that order that they finished the championship.

MONZA! MONZA MONZA!

If anyone hasn’t noticed, we are a little excited about the inclusion of Monza in the WorldSBK season and our packages will be on sale for this popular race series and having been to Milan and Monza park with Formula 1™ over the years, we know a thing or two about a race weekend here
Oh and a special mention for Laguna Seca, anything at speed going down the corkscrew is amazing to watch!

As with all provisional calendars, they are subject to change until confirmed by the governing body.

The 2016 Motul FIM Superbike World Championship calendar is as follows:

1 – Australia – Phillip Island GP Circuit – 27-28 February
2 – Thailand – Chang International Circuit – 12-13 March
3 – Spain – MotorLand Aragón – 2-3 April
4 – The Netherlands – TT Circuit Assen – 16-17 April
5 – Italy – Autodromo Internazionale Enzo e Dino Ferrari di Imola – 30 April – 1 May
6– Malaysia – Sepang International Circuit – 14-15 May
7 – UK – Donington Park – 28-29 May
8 – Italy – Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli – 18-19 June
9 – USA – Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca – 9-10 July ***
10 – Italy – Autodromo Nazionale di Monza – 23-24 July *
11 – Germany – Lausitzring – 17-18 September
12 – France – Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours – 1-2 October
13 – Spain – Circuito de Jerez – 15-16 October **
14 – Qatar – Losail International Circuit – 29-30 October

* Subject to homologation
** Subject to contract
*** WorldSBK only

Official tests:

Pre-season – Phillip Island – Monday/Tuesday prior to Australian Round (WorldSBK, WorldSSP)
Post-race 1 – Misano – After Riviera di Rimini Round (WorldSBK)
Post-race 2 – Jerez – After Spanish Round (WorldSBK)

The image that we have used for this post was copied from the WorldSBK website here because its pretty cool and we couldn’t do anything as good as this. If anyone is not happy with us using this image, please let us know and we will change it.