Racing fans will have the opportunity to attend the third and fourth Official Bennetts British Superbike tests at Oulton Park on May 19th and Donington Park on June 8th, as the first track action of 2021 is days away. 

An official statement for BSB directors said: "The first two official tests at Silverstone (28/29 April) and Snetterton (4-6 May) will take place behind closed doors. However the final two official tests at Oulton Park (Wednesday 19 May) and Donington Park (Tuesday 8 June) will see the welcome return of a very limited number of spectators, with tickets only available to purchase in advance for £12 for adults, with a reduced price for young teenagers.

"Please note that all spectators attending will need to be in possession of an event ticket due to current test and trace requirements. Relevant MSV Season pass holders have been factored into capacity limits and will not be required to pre-register their attendance – they can simply present their pass on arrival at the gate.

"The tests will mark the first opportunity for fans to witness Bennetts BSB action trackside since 2019. All the leading riders are expected to be present as they make their final preparations ahead of the opening round, including defending champion Josh Brookes, plus teams fielding the all-new 2021 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10RR and the debuting BMW M 1000 RR models."

All this comes ahead of the season opener at Oulton Park on June 25-27, which was pushed back from the original May 29-31 date in order to accommodate fans at track side for the 25th season anniversary. 

 

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