2016 British Superbike calendar released

Author: Oli Rushby Pic: Impact Images Posted: 02 Oct 2015

The 2016 British Superbike Championship will be held over twelve rounds

British Superbike bosses have confirmed the calendar for the 2016 season, which will again be held over twelve rounds.

The year will start out at Silverstone on the 8/9/10 April before heading to Oulton Park on May Bank Holiday weekend and then Brands Hatch Indy towards the end of May.

Teams will then head north of the border to Knockhill on the 24/25/26 June before rounds at Snetterton, Thruxton and Brands hatch GP. 

Cadwell Park resumes it’s August Bank Holiday weekend with the British Grand Prix now likely to move to June.

The final ‘main season’ event will take place over the 9/10/11 September before the opening round of the showdown at Donington Park just a week later.

The show then moves onto Assen on the first weekend of October before culminating, as normal, with a triple-header at Brands Hatch.

April 8/9/10

Silverstone GP

April 30/May 1/2*

Oulton Park International

May 20/21/22

Brands Hatch Indy

June 24/25/26

Knockhill

July 8/9/10

Snetterton 300

July 22/23/24

Thruxton

August 5/6/7

Brands Hatch GP

August 27/28/29*

Cadwell Park

September 9/10/11

Oulton Park International (triple-header)

Showdown:

 

September 16/17/18

Donington Park GP

September 30/October 1/2

Assen

October 14/15/16

Brands Hatch GP (triple-header)

 
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