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The first round of WorldSBK returns to Philip Island

After a disruptive few years let us return to a traditional starting point, the provisional 2023 World Superbike calendar.

As the 2022 MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship comes to a close, the 2023 season is taking shape and the calendar has been released, revealing the venues where WorldSBK will continue to put on a world-class show. With a return to Australia as the season-opener and a back-to-back at the start of the year with Indonesia, a new date for the Catalunya and Aragon Rounds and a 12th round to be announced (TBA), it’s a diverse calendar as WorldSBK readies for next year.

For the first time since 2020, WorldSBK’s season starts back at Phillip Island in Australia from 24 – 26 February, then a week later, the Indonesian Round at Mandalika follows. Then after six weeks of rest, the Championship is back in Europe for the Dutch Round at Assen from the 21 – 23 April, where WorldSSP300 will take to the track for the first time in 2023.

Round four changes to the Catalunya Round from the 5 – 7 May, then onto Misano for the Emilia-Romagna Round from 2– 4 June. The UK Round at Donington Park will begin the racing again from 30 June – 2 July.

Entering the second half of 2023, the Czech Round at the Autodrom Most returns for a third consecutive season on 28 – 30 July. Action resumes after summer break at Magny-Cours from 8 – 10 September, as the circuit gets ready to celebrate 20 years of being on the WorldSBK calendar. MotorLand Aragon hosts round nine from the 22 – 24 September, making the second back-to-back of the year completed with Portugal from the 29 September – 1 October. The Argentinean Round then takes place for the fifth time in WorldSBK history from 13 – 15 October.

A 12 round with dates is to be announced (TBA).

2023 WorldSBK calendar

  1. 24 – 26 February: Phillip Island, Australian Round
  2. 3 – 5 March: Mandalika, Indonesian Round
  3. 21 – 23 April: Assen, Dutch Round
  4. 5 – 7 May: Barcelona-Catalunya, Catalunya Round
  5. 2 – 4 June: Misano, Emilia-Romagna Round
  6. 30 June – 2 July: Donington Park, UK Round
  7. 28 – 30 July: Most, Czech Round
  8. 8 – 10 September: Magny-Cours, French Round
  9. 22 – 24 September: Aragon, Aragon Round
  10. 29 September – 1 October: Portimao, Portuguese Round
  11. 13 – 15 October: San Juan, Argentinean Round
  12. TBA

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