As it stands a total of six WorldSBK teams are set to unveil their 2022 machines/riders in the month of March, after Barni Spark Ducati and Team GoEleven became the latest to confirm. 

With Team HRC the lone team to so far uncover their 2022 bike and riders (February), six teams including three from Ducati will be next to showcase their new liveries. Ducati, Barni Spark Racing and Team Go Eleven will all present new line-ups, while KRT (Kawasaki Racing Team), Pata Yamaha and GRT Yamaha have the same riders as 2021. 

Up first will be GoEleven Ducati and Philipp Oettl on March 13, before Barni Spark Ducati showcase their own Ducati machine and fellow rookie Luca Bernardi on March 15. 

That same March 15 will see the factory Ducati team showcase Alvaro Bautista, Michael Rinaldi and its 2022 Panigale V4-R at 2pm local time (1pm UK time). 

Next up will be Kawasaki as they look to regain both the riders’ and constructors’ titles in 2022. 

Following a good start to pre-season testing thus far, Jonathan Rea and Alex Lowes, who are set for another three tests before next month’s season opener in Aragon, will take the covers off their ZX-10RR on March 23.

The final two teams to unveil their new bikes this month are reigning world champions Pata Yamaha and GRT Yamaha. 

Both teams and its four riders - Toprak Razgatlioglu, Andrea Locatelli, Garrett Gerloff and Kohta Nozane will showcase their 2022 R1 machines on March 25, the same day as day-one of a two-day Catalunya WorldSBK test. 

The teams that are yet to confirm they bike launch dates include BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team, Bonovo Action BMW, MIE Honda Racing, Puccetti Kawasaki, Pedercini Kawasaki, Gil Motor Sport-Yamaha, Orelac Verdnatura Kawasaki, Yamaha Motoxracing WorldSBK Team and Motorcorsa Ducati.