Due to ongoing local restrictions, the FIM and Dorna have confirmed updates to the 2021 World Superbike World Championship. The Circuito de Navarra will make its debut on the WSBK calendar, while the Aragon Round becomes season opener due to Estoril postponement.

More revisions have been made after it was announced that the first WSBK round will not be held in Australia this year.

Following a further modification to the 2021 season, a new circuit will join the calendar as the Circuito de Navarra becomes the fifth Round of the 2021 MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship. Located in Los Arcos, in the north of Spain, the Circuito de Navarra was opened in 2010 and has already hosted events for both national and international level competition. The Spanish circuit will host, from the 20th to the 22nd of August, WorldSBK and WorldSSP classes.

MotorLand Aragon will now host the opening Round of the 2021 calendar from the 21st to the 23rd of May, due to the postponement of the Estoril Round, initially scheduled to be held from the 7th to 9th of May. All parties involved say they are working hard to confirm a new date for the event.

Aragon will hold the season opener this year, it has been the host of many great battles in previous seasons.

With the Supported Test at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya taking place in less than a month, the FIM and Dorna WSBK Organization say they are constantly working with Government Officials and Circuits in order to continue putting everyone’s safety first.


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