The provisional 2022 WorldSBK calendar is announced with thirteen rounds: twelve confirmed dates and one to be announced.
For the 2022 season, the WorldSBK calendar includes travel to a total of four continents with a provisional thirteen race event schedule. The opening round of the 2022 season commences in early April at Motorland Aragon, a few days after testing at the same circuit. The season wraps in Australia at the Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, on a date that remains to be announced in late November.
There were two new circuits that made their debut in the 2021 WorldSBK season that are track for 2022. Both the Autodrom Most and the Pertamina Mandalika International Street Circuit will see superbike race action in the coming season.
2022 WorldSBK Calendar below:
8th – 10th April: MotorLand Aragon, Spain
22nd – 24th April: TT Circuit Assen, the Netherlands
20 – 22nd May: Circuito Estoril, Portugal
10th – 12th June: Misano World Circuit “Marco Simoncelli”, Italy
15th – 17th July: Donington Park, UK
29th – 31st July: Autodrom Most, Czech Republic
9th – 11th September: Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours, France
23rd – 25th September: Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Spain
7th – 9th October: Autodromo Internacional do Algarve, Portugal
21st – 23rd October: Circuito San Juan Villicum, Argentina
11th – 13th November: Pertamina Mandalika International Street Circuit, Indonesia
TBA: Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, Australia
TBA: Round 13
“Firstly, it’s great to unveil the 2022 WorldSBK calendar so soon after the thrilling 2021 season has finished. WorldSBK will bring a refreshed Brand Identity for 2022 and we look forward to the season after two challenging seasons due to the COVID-19 pandemic. A 13th round will take place and we have some options for where this event could be, whilst it will be great to welcome Australia and the Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit back to the calendar, this time closing the season. The date is to be confirmed due to logistical challenges that require further analysis. I am pleased to welcome back two of 2021’s new circuits: the Autodrom Most and the Pertamina Mandalika International Street Circuit. We look forward to another fantastic season of WorldSBK action.” – Gregorio Lavilla, WorldSBK Executive Director.