The 2018 World Superbike championship entry list has now been formally confirmed.

Kawasaki Racing Team

Jonathan Rea

Tom Sykes

Aruba.it Ducati

Marco Melandri

Chaz Davies

Honda World Superbike Team

Leon Camier

Jake Gagne

PATA Crescent Yamaha

Michael van der Mark

Alex Lowes

Milwaukee Aprilia

Eugene Laverty

Lorenzo Savadori

MV Agusta Reparto Corse

Jordi Torres

Barni Ducati

Xavi Fores

Althea BMW

Loris Baz

Puccetti Kawasaki Racing

Toprak Razgatlioglu

Team Go Eleven Kawasaki

Roman Ramos

Grillini Suzuki

Roberto Rolfo

Gabriele Ruiu

Guandalini Yamaha

Ondrej Jezek 

Triple M Honda 

PJ Jacobsen

Orelac Racing VerdNatura

Leandro Mercado

Team Pedercini Racing

Yonny Hernandez

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Wow, lots of seats still available. Is this normal? MotoGP seats are pretty much covered by mid-Summer for the subsequent season(s). I wonder where Bradl is headed. I woulnd't be surprised if one of the other Kawi team snagged Guintoli. 

Either my autism is killing me, or crash.net is killing me:

* The "Related Articles" block comes in right after the Kawasaki team name. 

* Althea BMW is listed twice. 

* Bold mark-up and text size are applied incorrectly from Grillini onward. 

 

I wouldn't mind if rumored riders were added. I think Sylvain Guintoli is rumored to return, Puccetti possibly fielding a second bike. Loris Baz was eyeing up Ten Kate Honda, though they may want to keep Jake Gagne. Lorenzo Savadori is likely to stay at Milwaukee Aprilia. 

It will still be a borefest unfortunately. Unless Chaz gets off to a good start

 

Liking having Baz back in the paddock, be interesting to see if Sykes is talking to him yet lol.

Hoping Fores gets another chance on the Barni Duc, he's ridden really well all year.

Don't mind down votes but at least have the balls to tell me what you disagree with?

Otherwise I'll assume you're all disgruntled Sykes fans...

Can't seriously see anyone objecting to the comment about Fores

Just hope Camier hasn't swapped one bike that's nearly good enough for another that's nearly good enough given the previous years performance.......

Oh no! Two Americans in SBK! Brit fans must be freaking out that those two seats didn't go to Brits! Unfortunately they are both on the boat anchor called the "Fireblade" in Europe. Here we call it "unsellable".