2018 Calendars: World Superbikes

2018 FIM World Superbike Championship


World championship for production-based Superbikes.

Various support classes including Supersports and Superstocks. I haven’t broken the supports into separate calendars though can do if there is demand.

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*As at 4 February 2018*

2018 WSBK

Date Race Track Location
24-25 Feb Phillip Island Phillip Island GP Circuit Victoria, Australia
24-25 Mar Buriram Chang International Circuit Buriram, Thailand
14-15 Apr Aragon Motorland Aragon Alcaniz, Spain
21-22 Apr Assen TT Circuit Assen Assen, Netherlands
12-13 May Imola Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari Bologna, Italy
26-27 May Donington Donington Park Leicestershire, England, UK
9-10 Jun Brno Automotodrom Brno Ostrovačice, Czechia
23-24 Jun Laguna Seca Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca Monterey, California, USA
7-8 Jul Misano Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli Rimini, Italy
15-16 Sep Portimao Autodromo Internacional do Algarve Portimao, Portugal
29-30 Sep Magny-Cours Circuit Nevers Magny-Cours Magny-Cours, France
13-14 Oct Villicum Autodromo El Villicum San Juan, Argentina
26-27 Oct Losail Losail International Circuit Doha, Qatar

What’s Changed?


  • Automotodrom Brno, Czechia;
  • Autodromo El Villicum, Argentina;


  • EuroSpeedway Lauzitz, Germany;
  • Jerez, Spain;

Two changes of venue for 2018. Brno returns to the calendar after a 6 year break, the other addition is a brand new track in the San Juan province of Argentina.

Losing out are Lausitz – which for a while was thought to be losing all racing after a change of ownership but thankfully not – and perhaps surprisingly Jerez is out as well.

There are also a number of date changes. The gap between opening rounds moves from 2 weeks to 4 weeks. In turn, round 3 is pushed back 2 weeks.

Laguna Seca and Misano switch places.

These changes create a massive 10 week summer break between Misano (8 July) and Portimao (16 September)!

The middle of the schedule and the last four rounds are on alternate weeks.


4 thoughts on “2018 Calendars: World Superbikes”

  1. Pat,

    Including separate categories is, in my opinion, unecessary. The events are well documented on the WSB website via pdf download. A reminder of the venue and date is sufficient, any more represents additional work for you with little benefit to subscribers. MotoGP and BSB are much the same in that respect.

    As ever, obliged for your hard work. You deserve a medal, but perhaps a PayPal donate button on your site (if not already included) would prove positive from all we lazy get’s. 😁

    I’ll check for the button this year!

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  2. Good feedback, thanks. I try to do them for some supports which don’t travel to all the rounds, but you have to draw the line somewhere. I imagine anyone watching SSP is already a SBK fan!

    Thanks for the donation – and to all who have chipped in!

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