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Provisional 2023 WorldSBK Calendar Released: 11 Rounds Confirmed, 1 Still To Be Announced

The FIM have released the provisional calendar for the 2023 WorldSBK season. A total of twelve rounds are planned, with one round still to be confirmed.

The season kicks off in its traditional location of Phillip Island on February 26th, with a test in the week before the opening round. It then heads to Mandalika, before returning to Europe and the TT Circuit in Assen. Barcelona follows, then Misano, Donington, Most, Magny-Cours, Aragon, and Portimão, before the season ends in Argentina at the San Juan Villicum circuit.

The WorldSSP300 class is set to race at all of the European rounds bar Donington Park.

The calendar appears below:

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2022 Donington World Superbike Race Two Result: Over Fifty Thousand Baked Fans

With the air temperature knocking on the door of 30ºC, and a heatwave warning dominating the British news, a packed Donington Park, with 51,831 attendees, readied itself for the last World Superbike race of the weekend. 

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2022 Donington World Supersport Race Result: Incidents, Flags And Crashes

World Supersport race one opened with an aborted start followed by a red flag. Unai Orradre's visor fogged up so he raised his hands on the grid at the start of the race, the start was aborted and Orradre was handed a back of grid penalty and the race was reduced to eighteen laps. In the restarted race, Orradre's day got worse as his engine let go, dumping fluid on the track. Peter Sebestyen hit the oil at Craner Curves, crashing in the middle of the pack and Orradre crashed a turn later, at the Old Hairpin. The red flags came out and everyone headed back to their garages. The restarted race would be twelve laps once they'd cleaned up the track. Federico Fuligni and Isaac Vinales started from the back of the grid after missing the sighting lap. 

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