WorldSBK have confirmed a revised race schedule for today at Jerez, with Saturday’s cancelled race one now replacing the Superpole event. 

The changed schedule comes as a result of yesterday’s terrible news that Dean Berta Vinales lost his life following an accident in the SSP300 race.

For UK viewers, World Superbike race one gets underway at 10am, while all other races are in their original time slots. 

A statement from Dorna and WorldSBK officials said: "After the sad passing of Dean Berta Viñales on Saturday at the Circuito de Jerez – Angel Nieto, the MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship will race on in the memory of the Spanish rider on Sunday with a revised schedule for the Motul Spanish Round, while there will be a minute’s silence on the grid with the entire paddock family following the conclusion of the three Warm-Up sessions.

"The three Warm-Up sessions will go ahead as planned from 09:00 Local Time (GMT+2), with WorldSBK on track first followed by WorldSSP and then WorldSSP300. At 10:15, there will be a minute’s silence on the grid to remember the talented rider from Spain with the entire paddock family joining.

"In a change to the Sunday schedule, the Tissot Superpole Race will be cancelled and replaced with WorldSBK Race 1, originally scheduled for Saturday afternoon, at 11:00 Local Time. The WorldSSP race will take place at the planned time at 12:30 Local Time before WorldSBK Race 2 at 14:00. WorldSSP300 Race 2 will conclude the day’s action at 15:15."