2023 Superbike World Championship Collection Schedule

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The FIM Superbike World Championship Collection schedule will get an entire makeover for 2023. The WorldSBK calendar stats with flyaway rounds in Australia and Indonesia. The collection then stays in Europe for eight rounds from April to September. Spherical 11 is in Argentina in October, with a twelfth and closing spherical to be decided.

2023 Superbike World Championship Series Calendar
2022 World Superbike Champion Álvaro Bautista

Three riders dominated the proceedings in 2022—Álvaro Bautista, Toprak Razgatlıoğlu, and Jonathan Rea. Bautista took the title away from defending champion Razgatlıoğlu on the penultimate spherical, with six-time World Superbike Champion Rea shut behind. Attainable competitors for the trio will come from Danilo Petrucci, Remy Gardner, Dominique Aegerter, Lorenzo Baldassarri, and Michael Ruben Rinaldi.2023 World Superbike Championship Collection Schedule

  1. February 24-26: Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, Australia
  2. March 3-5: Pertamina Mandalika Worldwide Avenue Circuit, Indonesia
  3. April 21-23: TT Circuit Assen, The Netherlands
  4. Might 5-7: Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Spain
  5. June 2-4: Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli, Italy
  6. June 30 – July 2: Donington Park Circuit, UK
  7. July 28-30: Autodrom Most, Czech Republic
  8. September 8-10: Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours, France
  9. September 22-24: MotorLand Aragón, Spain
  10. September 29 – October 1: Autodromo Internacional do Algarve, Portugal
  11. October 13-15: Circuito San Juan Villicum, Argentina
  12. TBA

2022 World Superbike Championship Last Standings

  1. Álvaro Bautista, Ducati, 601 factors
  2. Toprak Razgatlıoğlu, Yamaha, 529 factors
  3. Jonathan Rea, Kawasaki, 502
  4. Michael Ruben Rinaldi, Ducati, 293
  5. Andrea Locatelli, Yamaha, 274
  6. Alex Lowes, Kawasaki, 272
  7. Axel Bassani, Ducati, 244
  8. Scott Redding, BMW, 204
  9. Iker Lecuona, Honda, 189
  10. Xavi Vierge, Honda, 164
  11. Garrett Gerloff, Yamaha, 142
  12. Loris Baz, BMW, 125
  13. Phillip Oettl, Ducati, 85
  14. Lucas Mahias, Kawasaki
  15. Michael Van Der Mark, BMW, 46
  16. Eugene Laverty, BMW, 36
  17. Roberto Tamburini, Yamaha, 36
  18. Luca Bernardi, Ducati, 35
  19. Xavi Forés, Ducati, 33
  20. Kohta Nozane, Yamaha, 15
  21. Tetsuta Nagashima, Honda, 13
  22. Illia Mykhalchyk, BMW, 10
  23. Hafizh Syahrin, Honda, 10
  24. Christophe Ponsson, Yamaha, 9
  25. Kyle Smith, Kawasaki, 4
  26. Leon Haslam, Kawasaki, 4
  27. Oliver König, Kawasaki, 3
  28. Tarran Mackenzie, Yamaha, 3
  29. Leandro Mercado, Honda, 3
  30. Peter Hickman, BMW, 2
  31. Jake Gagne, Yamaha, 1






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