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:

Date Country Circuit WorldSBK WorldSSP WorldSSP300
24-25-26 February Australia Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit X X  
3-4-5 March Indonesia Pertamina Mandalika International Street Circuit X X  
21-22-23 April The Netherlands TT Circuit Assen X X X
5-6-7 May Spain Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya X X X
2-3-4 June Italy Misano World Circuit “Marco Simoncelli” X X X
30 June-01-02 July United Kingdom Donington Park X X  
28-29-30 July Czech Republic Autodrom Most X X X
8-9-10 September France Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours X X X
22-23-24 September Spain MotorLand Aragón X X X
29-30 September-01 October Portugal Autódromo Internacional do Algarve X X X
13-14-15 October Argentina Circuito San Juan Villicum X X  

20-21 February, Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, WorldSBK + WorldSSP


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Is there any hint of which circuit may be added? I think there really should be a German round, but South Africa/Kyalami would be great too! And of course there should be an American round. Laguna Seca is classic, but almost always boring races, so not my choice. Road Atlanta would be brilliant! Rode there myself once at the first GSX-R1000 launch, it was absolutely fantastic!

Given that they've scheduled SSP300 for the TBA round one might suspect that they're thinking of Europe or somewhere close by to it.

6-7 week break then 4 rounds in 5 weeks, WSBK always builds excitement then buggers off for the best part of two months, appreciate the logistics challenge but I always seem to see a large bullet hole in a large foot..

Yes Funsize it is indeed a strange schedule. Made around avoiding clashes with MotoGp & formula yawn?

7 weeks between Mandalika & Assen. A month between Barcelona & Misano. Anther month until Donington. 4 weeks between Donington & Most. 6 weeks Most to Magny-Cours then a two week wait until Aragon and Portimao back to back. Two weeks to get to Argentina and then whatever is the final round?

Plenty of room in there for a round in the US. Indianapolis or Road America. Indy was acceptable in the past. I rather like R.A. as well from watching video and computer games. Road America seems like a great circuit.

Will Qatar buy the last round in 2023? Kazakhstan might be niiiiiiice?

I don’t like how they have only one round a month, then take a long break. Really hoping for U.S. round, but not optimistic. 

There has been occasional chatter about Moto mutterers getting together at a US round. Usually this has been around the Austin GP round. Perhaps a WSBK round could also be an option? Well, that is, if there is one!