2015 World Superbike Calendar announced

Author: Bike Social Sports Reporter Posted: 18 Nov 2014

The Chang Circuit in Thailand joins the calendar

A provisional calendar for the 2015 Superbike World Championship has been released this morning. After a troubled 2014 season, the series is back up to 14 rounds next year and gets underway, as is tradition, at Phillip Island on 22nd February.

The Chang International Circuit in Thailand joins the calendar to break up the two month-long break between the first two rounds on 22nd March.

After boycotting the Russian round on ‘political grounds’ this season the series is set to return to the Moscow Raceway for 2015, although the round remains marked ‘subject to contract’, as does the round scheduled to take place at the financially troubled Portimao circuit.

2015 Superbike World Championship Calendar

22nd February – Phillip Island – Australia
22nd March – Chang International Circuit – Thailand
12th April – Motorland Aragon – Spain
19th April – TT Circuit Assen – The Netherlands
10th May – Imola – Italy
24th May – Donington – Great Britain
7th June – Autodromo do Algarve – Portugal
21st June – Misano World Circuit – Italy
5th July – Moscow Raceway – Russia
19th July – Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca
2nd August – Sepang International Circuit – Malaysia
20th September – Jerez – Spain
4th October – Magny Cours – France
18th October – Losail International Circuit – Qatar

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