World Supersport 300 standings after the first race at Barcelona:
The World Supersport 300 race was ten damp laps of the Catalunya circuit.
Updated World Supersport 300 standings after the second race at Aragon, after Victor Nuñez was disqualified from both the Aragon and Teruel rounds for using an illegally modified engine:
World Supersport 300 standings after the first race on the second weekend at Aragon:
World Supersport 300 championship standings after the second race at Aragon:
Standings after the first World Supersport 300 race at Aragon:
Below is the 2020 WorldSBK calendar, correct as of August 18th, but subject to change if the situation surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic changes:
The 2020 WorldSBK calendar has been given another reshuffle. After the Argentina round was dropped for 2020 last week, this week, the race at Misano has been removed from the calendar, to be replaced by a race at the Estoril circuit in Portugal.
With the removal of Argentina, it made no sense to hold the Misano round on its originally scheduled date in November, but it seems that other factors, such as money and the danger of another flare up of the coronavirus, may have played a roll. Instead, the Estoril circuit, near the Portuguese capital Lisbon, has been placed on the calendar, with a round to be held from 16th-18th of October.
Estoril has previously featured on both the WorldSBK and MotoGP calendars, with MotoGP last visiting in 2012. Since then, no world championship motorcycle series has visited the track, though reports from other series suggest the track is in need of resurfacing, with low grip and a lot of bumps.
WorldSSP300 standings after the second race at Portimao:
World Supersport 300 championship after Sunday's first race in Portugal: