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World Superbike announces 2022 13 round calendar

Of the 13 venues WSBK visited this year, only the Spanish venues Helles and Navarra are absent.

Phillip Island will return to the calendar after this year’s Australian round is canceled due to a COVID-19-related travel ban.

However, although the exact date has not yet been announced, it will retain a tentative 2021 slot towards the end of the calendar.

Aragon will start the schedule again on April 8-10, and Assen will be in the second round two weeks later.

Visits to Estril, Misano, Donington Park and the new venue in 2021 Mostly follow before summer vacation, with Magny-Cours, Barcelona and Portimao closing the European part of the calendar.

In October, the series will head to San Juan, Argentina, the first of three planned flyaway rounds, and to the Mandarica Circuit in Indonesia, another new addition of the year following November.

In addition to not being dated to Phillip Island, the schedule has additional “TBA” venues that make up the entire 13 rounds.

Prior to the opening round at the same venue, there will be one “supported” test in Aragon from April 4th to 5th.

Tentative calendar for the 2022 Superbike World Championship:

https://www.motorsport.com/wsbk/news/world-superbike-2022-calendar-announcement/6819117/?utm_source=RSS&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=RSS-ALL&utm_term=News&utm_content=www World Superbike announces 2022 13 round calendar

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