Entry lists for the 2022 WorldSSP and WorldSSP300 championships have officially been confirmed. 

Following the death of young WorldSSP300 rider Dean Berta Vinales last September, age limits and rider entry numbers were changed for WorldSSP300 - entry limits also changed for WorldSSP.

Berta Vinales passed away following an accident at Jerez which saw him collected by oncoming riders. That particular race had 42 competitors which is an extraordinarily high participation count for any championship, but especially one at world championship level. 

Due to the high volume of riders involved which was deemed to cause dangerous racing (rightfully so), entry lists for both Supersport series were capped at 30 riders - WorldSSP also had over 30 riders competing at the time. 

For the 2022 WorldSSP championship, Ducati will have the second highest number of riders (7) on their return to the intermediate class, with only Yamaha (13) having more. 

Their return also brings with it Moto2 pedigree in the form of Nicolo Bulega, while Triumph’s return for the first time since 2012 will be made with another ex-Moto2 racer Stefano Manzi and Hannes Soomer. Lorenzo Baldassarri (Moto2) and Maximilian Kofler (Moto3) also made the move from grand prix racing to WorldSSP.

Here are the confirmed teams and riders for both championships. 

WorldSSP: 

Ten Kate Yamaha: Dominique Aegerter, Leonardo Taccini

Bardahl Evan Bros Yamaha: Peter Sebestyen, Lorenzo Baldassarri

GMT94 Yamaha: Jules Cluzel, Andy Verdoia

Kallio Yamaha: Patrick Hobelsberger, Alessandro Zetti

VFT Racing Yamaha: Marcel Brenner, Kyle Smith 

EAB Yamaha: Glenn van Straalen

MS Yamaha: Unai Orradre, Ondrej Vostatek

MV Agusta Reparto Corse: Niki Tuuli, Bahattin Sofuoglu

Aruba.it Ducati: Nicolò Bulega

Barni Spark Racing Ducati: Oli Bayliss 

CM Ducati: Maximilian Kofler

D34G Racing Ducati: Federico Fuligni, Filippo Fuligni 

Althea Ducati: Federico Caricasulo 

Ducati Orelac Racing VerNatura: Raffaele De Rosa

MTM Kawasaki: Adrian Huertas 

Puccetti Kawasaki: Can Oncu, Yari Montella

Motozoo Kawasaki: Jeffrey Buis, Ben Currie

Prodina Kawasaki: Tom Booth-Amos

Dynavolt Triumph: Stefano Manzi, Hannes Soomer

WorldSSP300: 

MTM Kawasaki: Yuta Okaya, Victor Steeman, Ruben Bijman

Füsport - RT Motorsports by SKM - Kawasaki: Dirk Geiger, Troy Alberto

AD78 Team Brasil by MS Racing: Humberto Maier, Ton Kawakami

Leader Team Flembo: Sylvain Markarian, Samuel Di Sora

SMW Racing: Davide Conta, Inigo Inglesias

Pordina Racing WorldSSP300: Bruno Ieraci, Hugo De Cancellis

Freudenberg KTM - Paligo Racing: Lehmann Lennox 

Kawasaki GP Project: Alessandro Zanca, Kevin Sabatucci

Yamaha MS Racing: Iker Garcia Abella, Marc Garcia 

ProGP Racing: Ioannis Peristeras, Gabriele Mastroluca

Team BrCorse: Indy Alex Offer, Mirko Gennai

Accolade Smrz Racing: Yeray Saiz, Jose Luis Perez

Vinales Racing Team: Fenton Seabright, Marco Gaggi

Team #109 Kawasaki: Harry Khouri, Daniel Mogeda

AG Motorsport Italia Yamaha: Matteo Vannucci 

Arco Motorsport University Team: Alvaro Diaz