WSB: 2021 Provisional calendar revealed
A provisional calendar, including 13 rounds, for the 2021 World Superbike season has been unveiled.
Assen will host the 2021 season opener on April 23-25, with a trip to Estoril planned for round two on 7-9 May. The Portuguese circuit made its return to the championship this year to host the season finale.
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The first nine rounds of the Championship will take place across Europe, with the paddock visiting MotorLand Aragon, Misano and Donington Park between May and July. The series will then head to Magny-Cours, Barcelona Jerez and Portimao on consecutive weekends - The first triple-header in WSB for over 20 years.
The final three rounds of the Championship will take place outside of Europe with Argentina being the first at the Circuito San Juan Villicum on October 15-17. Indonesia has been pencilled in for a return to WSB for the first time since 1997, subject to homologation, with Mandalika International Street Circuit hosting the event on November 12-14.
Phillip Island is set to host round 12, however the Australian round currently has no assigned date. A 13th round is still to be announced, with dates and the venue yet to be revealed.
At the non-European rounds, only the Superbike and Supersport classes will take part, whilst only the Superbike class will visit Donington Park. All races are subject to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent restrictions put in place as a result.