The Superbike World Championship is ready to start again, and it's doing it in style with all three classes: Superbike, Supersport, and Supersport300. The latter two will, in fact, put a double effort into it starting with the Jerez round, since they'll have two races on the same weekend.
Specifically, there will be an additional race for both classes on Saturday, after the Superpole sessions. The 300 Superpole will take place right before the Last Chance Race, followed by "Race 1" of all three classes. The changes to the general program of the event mean that now, for all classes, the race action will start on Saturday, with all Championship points assigned in all the races.
"First of all," Gregorio Lavilla explained, "it's a great satisfaction to be able to announce a safe return to racing for all three classes. The history of both Supersport and Supersport300 enriches the atmosphere of the SBK paddock, often offering some of the most exciting races of the season, as well as allowing the stars of the future to thrive on the world stage. 2020 has hindered us, but thanks to the hard work, tenacity, and determination of all the parties involved, we'll be returning to the world circuits with all three classes."
Schedule of upcoming race weekends: