Preparations for the 2015 World Superbike Championship season will get well underway this week as several teams take to Jerez for the final bout of post-season testing.

Though Kawasaki and Ducati kicked off their plans with an outing at Motorland Aragon last week, both will be on track again this week but will be joined by PATA Honda, Red Devils Roma Aprilia, Althea Ducati, Voltcom Crescent Suzuki, BMW Italia and MV Agusta.

Following Jonathan Rea's much anticipated debut on Kawasaki machinery in Spain, this week will see attention turn to PATA Honda as new WSBK champion Sylvain Guintoli turns in his first laps aboard the CBR1000RR, while Supersport champion Michael van der Mark will also get his first taste of World Superbikes alongside him.

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Over at Suzuki, ex-MotoGP rider Randy de Puniet will begin his World Superbike endeavour aboard the GSX-R1000, while Leon Haslam will try out the Aprilia RSV4 with the yet-to-be-signed Michel Fabrizio.

Together with Kawasaki and Althea Ducati, they will be on track for two days on 24-25 November, with Ducati and MV Agusta taking over from 26-28 November. Notably, the latter is yet to confirm its riders for 2015, with latest word suggesting it will not be retaining Claudio Corti as originally intended.

Finally, Sylvain Barrier and BMW Italia will join Kawasaki, Suzuki and Honda for two further days of action on November 27-28.