Czech Autodrom

Czech Autodrom Scheduled for its WorldSBK Debut

The Czech Autodrom Most is added to, while Phillip Island is subtracted from the updated WorldSBK 2021 calendar.

The FIM, the Czech Autodrom Most and Dorna WSBK Organization have signed a five-year contract that secures MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship racing in the Czech Republic from 2021, through 2025.

The Czech Autodrom Most will host the sixth round of the 2021 season, scheduled from August 6th to 8th, with all three classes seeing race action, as well as the Yamaha R3 bLU cRU European Cup. The race weekend will also serve as the home round for two Czech riders competing in the WorldSSP300 class, Petr Svoboda and Oliver Kรถnig. The Jakub Smrz-run Accolade Smrz Racing team will have home track advantage.

Czech Autodrom

Elsewhere, Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit and the Dorna WSBK Organization have agreed to cancel the 2021 Australian round due to Covid restrictions. The two bodies are making concerted efforts for the venue’s return in 2022 as the opening round. Stay tuned.

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