2020 World Superbikes Calendar, results, championship table and TV Times

Your 2019 Champions, Jonathon Rea (WSBK), Randy Krummenacher (WSS) and Manuel Gonzalez (WSS300)

 

World Superbike Calendar

Championship Table

TV Times

 

The 2020 World Superbike Season kicked off in style at the Phillip Island Circuit, Australia, and there are plenty of stories to follow this year. Talk of the paddock has centred around two key changes for this year - the full-on attack on the championship by Honda and its new for 2020 CBR1000RR-R Fireblade with Alvaro Bautista and Leon Haslam on board; and Scott Redding, fresh from Bennetts BSB success, looking to stamp his mark on the World stage and go one better than Bautista could manage in his rookie year.

Away from the headlines though, there's plenty more drama with Yamaha upping the game with a new YZF-R1 for 2020 and Turkish superstar Toprak Razgatlioglu on board, Lowes making the move from Yamaha to Kawasaki and the reigning Champ Jonathan Rea setting his sights on becoming the first ever WSBK rider to notch up 100 race wins.

In World Supersport, reigning champ Randy Krummenacher is looking to retain his crown, this year on board the ever-improving MV Agusta, while his main rival from 2019, Federico Caricasulo moves up to Superbikes. Britain's Danny Webb makes a welcome return to World-class racing aboard the WRP Wepol Racing Yamaha YZF-R6. Reigning 300 Supersport Champion, Manuel Gonzales, also rides in WSSP this year aboard the Kawasaki Parkingo Team ZX-6R.

We'll make sure you won't miss any of the action by bringing all the news, tables and TV Times through the season all compiled into one easy to follow page.

 

 

2020 Updated World Superbike Calendar

Rnd #

Date

Race

Circuit

1

28 Feb – 1 Mar 2020

Australian Round

Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, Victoria, Australia

2

31 Jul – 2 Aug 2020

Pirelli Spanish Round

Circuito de Jerez - Angel Nieto, Andalusia, Spain

3

7 – 9 Aug 2020

Motul Portuguese Round

Algarve International Circuit, Portimão, Portugal

4

28 – 30 Aug 2020

Prosecco DOC Aragon Round

MotorLand Aragon, Teruel, Spain

5

4 – 6 Sept 2020

Pirelli Teruel Round

MotorLand Aragon, Teruel, Spain

6

18 – 20 Sept 2020

Acerbis Catalunya Round

Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain

7

2 – 4 Oct 2020

Pirelli French Round

Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours, Magny-Cours, France

8

9 – 11 Oct 2020

Argentinean Round

Circuito San Juan Villicum, San Juan, Argentina (TBC)

9

6 – 8 Nov 2020

Pirelli Riviera di Rimini Round

Misano World Circuit “Marco Simoncelli”, Riviera Di Rimini, Italy (TBC)

UPDATE 13/08/2020 - Argentinean WorldSBK Round cancelled.

The Government of Sant Juan, Grupo OSD, the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM) and Dorna WSBK Organization (DWO) regret to announce that the Argentinean Round of the 2020 MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship has been postponed until 2021. The round was originally scheduled for the 9th – 11th of October and was to enter its third year of WorldSBK action. With their contract to host a round lasting for three years, the round will take place as part of the 2021 MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship and therefore will be able to host the Argentine audience for the third season, a year later than originally planned, with a date still yet to be confirmed. 

 

 

 

2020 World Superbike Riders Table (after Round 6)

Pos

Rider/NAT

Bike

Points

To Top

To Next

1

REA, Jonathan (GBR)

Kawasaki ZX-10RR

290

-

-

2

REDDING, Scott (GBR)

Ducati V4 R

239

51

51

3

DAVIES, Chaz (GBR)

Ducati V4R

188

102

51

4

VAN DER MARK, Michael (NED)

Yamaha R1M

178

112

10

5

RAZGATLIOGLU, Toprak (TUR)

Yamaha YZF R1

157

133

21

6

LOWES, Alex (GBR)

Kawasaki ZX-10RR

145

145

12

7

RUBEN RINALDI, Michael (ITA)

Ducati V4R

144

146

1

8

BAUTISTA, Alvaro (ESP)

BMW S1000 RR

94

196

50

9

BAZ, Loris (FRA)

Yamaha R1M

91

199

3

10

HASLAM, Leon (GBR)

Honda CBR1000RR-R

88

202

3

11

SYKES, Tom (GBR)

BMW S1000 RR

70

220

18

12

GERLOFF, Garrett (USA)

Yamaha R1M

68

222

2

13

LAVERTY, Eugene (IRE)

Honda CBR1000RR-R

45

245

23

14

CARICASULO, Federico (ITA)

Yamaha R1M

41

249

4

15

FORES, Xavi (ESP)

Kawasaki ZX-10RR

37

253

4

16

MELANDRI, Marco (ITA)

Ducati V4R

23

267

14

17

CORTESE, Sandro (GER)

Kawasaki ZX-10RR

14

276

9

18

MERCADO, Leandro (ARG)

Ducati V4R

12

278

2

19

SCHEIB, Maximilian (CHI)

Kawasaki ZX-10RR

11

279

1

20

FOLGER, Jonas (GER)

Yamaha R1M

9

281

2

21

BARRIER, Sylvain (FRA)

Ducati V4R

5

285

4

22=

PONSSON, Christophe (FRA)

Aprilia RSV4 1000

4

286

1

22=

RAMOS, Roman (ESP)

Kawasaki ZX-10RR

4

286

0

22=

FERRARI, Matteo (ITA)

Ducati V4R

4

286

0

22=

TAKAHASHI, Takumi (JAP)

Honda CBR1000RR-R

4

286

0

26

ZANETTI, Lorenzo (ITA)

Ducati V4R

3

287

1

 

All the latest results, tables and TV Schedules for the 2020 WSBK season

 

2020 World Superbike TV Times

Coverage of World Superbikes is live on Eurosport 2 and Eurosport 2 HD, with free-to-view highlights on ITV during the week. You can also keep up with all the action by subscribing to the WorldSBK videopass 

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