2016 Motul FIM Superbike World Championship Series Schedule

November 19, 2015
Courtesy of WorkdSBK
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DATE                  COUNTRY     CIRCUIT                                              WDSBK WDSSP STK1000
27-28 February    Australia        Philip Island Grand Prix Circuit              X          X
12-13 March        Thailand        Chang International Circuit                    X          X
2-3 April               Spain             MotorLand Aragón                                X          X           X
16-17 April           Netherlands TT Circuit Assen                                     X          X           X
30-1 May              Italy               Auto. Int. Enzo e Dino Ferrari di Imola X          X           X
14 -15 May           Malaysia       Sepang International Circuit                  X          X
28-29 May            UK                 Donington Park                                    X           X          X
18-19 June           Italy               Misano World ‘Marco Simoncelli’          X          X           X
9-10 July              USA               Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca              X
23-24 July           Italy *               Autodromo Nazionale di Monza            X         X           X
17-18 September Germany         Lausitzring                                           X          X          X
1-2 October          France           Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours            X         X           X
15-16 October      Spain **          Circuito de Jerez                                 X         X           X
29-30 October      Qatar              Losail International Circuit                   X         X

*(STH) Subject to homologation
**(STC) Subject to contract

– 22nd – 23rd February, Australia, Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit (WorldSBK and WorldSSP).
– 20th June, Riviera di Rimini, Misano World Circuit “Marco Simoncelli” (WorldSBK).
– 17th October, Spain, Circuito de Jerez (WorldSBK).
(N.B Autodromo Vallelunga Circuit will act as a ´reserve´)

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