2024 WorldSBK calendar: Dates for 12-round schedule

The 2024 WorldSBK calendar has been confirmed with 12 rounds taking place, including two new venues in Cremona and Balaton Park, while Jerez has been moved to October 18-20.

Toprak Razgatlioglu, Jerez WorldSBK test, 25 January
Toprak Razgatlioglu, Jerez WorldSBK test, 25 January
2024 WorldSBK calendar
DateGrand PrixCircuit
23 FebAustraliaPhilip Island
22 MarchCatalunya
Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya
19 AprilNetherlandsAssen
14 JuneSan Marino
Misano World Circuit “Marco Simoncelli”
12 JulyUnited KingdomDonington Park
19 JulyCzech RepublicAutodrom Most
9 AugustPortugal
Autodromo Internacional do Algarve
23 AugustHungary
Balaton Park Circuit
6 SeptemberFrance
Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours
20 SeptemberItalyCremona
27 SeptemberSpainAragon
18 OctoberSpain
Circuito de Jerez – Angel Nieto

The 2024 WorldSBK calendar has undergone a slight change but not to the number of rounds scheduled.

Jerez is the venue that will potentially decide the title, but it has been delayed by a week. Initially slated for October the 11-13, the Superbike seaosn will now end on October 18-20.

Phillip Island is set to begin the campaign before riders head to Barcelona for round two. That means no Indonesian round at Mandalika which has been scrapped for next season.

Mandalika had hosted WorldSBK since 2021 but only MotoGP will be heading there in 2024.

Assen then follows Barcelona before rounds in Misano, Donington Park and Most will conclude the first half of the season. 

Portimao will be home to round seven. It will feature a 'sunset' schedule with evening races. 

The first-ever Hungarian round at the new Balaton Park circuit will follow.

Magny-Cours is then up next before the second of two new rounds as Cremona replaces Imola. Aragon is the penultimate round. 

Balatan and Cremona rounds are subject to homologation.

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