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2019 Superbike World Championship

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2019 Superbike World Championship
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Sister series:
MotoGP World Championship
Support series:
Supersport World Championship
Supersport 300 World Championship

The 2019 Superbike World Championship is the 32nd season of the Superbike World Championship.

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Competition format

A new race format was introduced for the 2019 season.[1] As in 2018, two normal length races (Race 1 and Race 2) are held – one each on Saturday and Sunday (Friday and Saturday in Qatar). A third race, a ten lap sprint named the Superpole Race,[2] is held on the final morning of the weekend prior to Race 2. The starting grids for Race 1 and the Superpole Race are determined by a single 25-minute Superpole Qualifying session. The grid for Race 2 features the top nine riders in the Superpole Race in the order in which they finished followed by the remaining riders sorted by their Superpole Qualifying times.[3]

Race calendar and results

A provisional 13-event calendar (of which one race was unconfirmed) was announced on 13 November 2018,[4] with one round change from 2018 as the Czech round at Brno was replaced by a round at Jerez, to be held in June. As well as this, the round at Donington Park was moved from May to July, with the Misano round moving forward into June to accommodate this. On 19 December 2018, the thirteenth round was confirmed at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca, having initially been dropped for 2019.[5]

2019 calendar[4][5]
Round Country Circuit Date Superpole Fastest lap Winning rider Winning team
1 R1 Australia Australia Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit 23 February United Kingdom Jonathan Rea Spain Álvaro Bautista Spain Álvaro Bautista Aruba.it Racing – Ducati
SR 24 February United Kingdom Jonathan Rea Spain Álvaro Bautista Aruba.it Racing – Ducati
R2 Spain Álvaro Bautista Spain Álvaro Bautista Aruba.it Racing – Ducati
2 R1 Thailand Thailand Chang International Circuit 16 March Spain Álvaro Bautista Spain Álvaro Bautista Spain Álvaro Bautista Aruba.it Racing – Ducati
SR 17 March United Kingdom Jonathan Rea Spain Álvaro Bautista Aruba.it Racing – Ducati
R2 Spain Álvaro Bautista Spain Álvaro Bautista Aruba.it Racing – Ducati
3 R1 Spain Spain Motorland Aragón 6 April Spain Álvaro Bautista Spain Álvaro Bautista Spain Álvaro Bautista Aruba.it Racing – Ducati
SR 7 April Spain Álvaro Bautista Spain Álvaro Bautista Aruba.it Racing – Ducati
R2 Spain Álvaro Bautista Spain Álvaro Bautista Aruba.it Racing – Ducati
4 R1 Netherlands Netherlands TT Circuit Assen 14 April Spain Álvaro Bautista Spain Álvaro Bautista Spain Álvaro Bautista Aruba.it Racing – Ducati
SR Race cancelled[N 1]
R2 Spain Álvaro Bautista Spain Álvaro Bautista Aruba.it Racing – Ducati
5 R1 Italy Italy Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari 11 May United Kingdom Chaz Davies United Kingdom Jonathan Rea United Kingdom Jonathan Rea Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK
SR 12 May United Kingdom Chaz Davies United Kingdom Jonathan Rea Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK
R2 Race cancelled[N 2]
6 R1 Spain Spain Circuito de Jerez 8 June United Kingdom Jonathan Rea Spain Álvaro Bautista Spain Álvaro Bautista Aruba.it Racing – Ducati
SR 9 June Spain Álvaro Bautista Spain Álvaro Bautista Aruba.it Racing – Ducati
R2 United Kingdom Jonathan Rea Netherlands Michael van der Mark Pata Yamaha WorldSBK Team
7 R1 Italy Italy Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli 22 June United Kingdom Jonathan Rea United Kingdom Jonathan Rea United Kingdom Jonathan Rea Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK
SR 23 June Spain Álvaro Bautista Spain Álvaro Bautista Aruba.it Racing – Ducati
R2 Turkey Toprak Razgatlıoğlu United Kingdom Jonathan Rea Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK
8 R1 United Kingdom United Kingdom Donington Park 6 July United Kingdom Tom Sykes United Kingdom Tom Sykes United Kingdom Jonathan Rea Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK
SR 7 July United Kingdom Jonathan Rea United Kingdom Jonathan Rea Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK
R2 Turkey Toprak Razgatlıoğlu United Kingdom Jonathan Rea Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK
9 R1 United States United States WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca 13 July United Kingdom Jonathan Rea Spain Álvaro Bautista United Kingdom Jonathan Rea Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK
SR 14 July United Kingdom Jonathan Rea United Kingdom Jonathan Rea Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK
R2 United Kingdom Chaz Davies United Kingdom Chaz Davies Aruba.it Racing – Ducati
10 R1 Portugal Portugal Algarve International Circuit 7 September
SR 8 September
R2
11 R1 France France Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours 28 September
SR 29 September
R2
12 R1 Argentina Argentina Circuito San Juan Villicum 12 October
SR 13 October
R2
13 R1 Qatar Qatar Losail International Circuit 25 October
SR 26 October
R2

Entry list

An 18-rider provisional permanent entry list was released by Dorna Sports on 11 January 2019.[8]

Championship standings

Points are awarded as follows:[3]

Race 1 and Race 2
Position  1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   7th   8th   9th   10th   11th   12th   13th   14th   15th 
Points 25 20 16 13 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Superpole Race
Position  1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   7th   8th   9th 
Points 12 9 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

Riders' championship

Manufacturers' championship

Pos. Manufacturer PHI
Australia
CHA
Thailand
ARA
Spain
ASS
Netherlands
IMO
Italy
JER
Spain
MIS
Italy
DON
United Kingdom
LAG
United States
POR
Portugal
MAG
France
VIL
Argentina
LOS
Qatar
Pts
R1 SR R2 R1 SR R2 R1 SR R2 R1 SR R2 R1 SR R2 R1 SR R2 R1 SR R2 R1 SR R2 R1 SR R2 R1 SR R2 R1 SR R2 R1 SR R2 R1 SR R2
1 Italy Ducati 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 C 1 2 2 C 1 1 4 3 1 5 10 4 3 2 2 1 436
2 Japan Kawasaki 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 C 3 1 1 C 4 4 2 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 435
3 Japan Yamaha 3 4 4 3 3 3 4 3 5 3 C 2 4 4 C 2 2 1 4 2 4 4 5 4 5 6 4 308
4 Germany BMW 7 11 12 9 10 11 5 5 12 6 C 6 10 8 C 6 5 7 2 13 6 2 Ret 7 4 3 5 187
5 Japan Honda 16 13 10 13 15 12 11 12 13 11 C 12 14 16 C 15 14 13 8 14 17 9 Ret 15 13 15 15 56
Pos. Manufacturer PHI
Australia
CHA
Thailand
ARA
Spain
ASS
Netherlands
IMO
Italy
JER
Spain
MIS
Italy
DON
United Kingdom
LAG
United States
POR
Portugal
MAG
France
VIL
Argentina
LOS
Qatar
Pts

Notes

  1. ^ Race 1 was scheduled to be run on Saturday 13 April but was postponed to the following day due to snow. As a result, the Superpole Race, to be held on Sunday 14 April, was cancelled. The Superpole qualifying session set the grid for both races.[6]
  2. ^ Race 2 was cancelled due to torrential rain.[7]
  3. ^ a b Eugene Laverty competed in the first Friday practice session during round 5, before being replaced by Tommy Bridewell

References

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  3. ^ a b "The new WorldSBK three-race format explained!". Superbike World Championship. Dorna Sports. 15 February 2019. Retrieved 23 February 2019.
  4. ^ a b "2019 provisional Motul FIM Superbike World Championship Calendar". worldsbk.com. Dorna WSBK. 13 November 2018. Retrieved 29 November 2018.
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  20. ^ "Rinaldi remains in WorldSBK with BARNI Racing Team". Superbike World Championship. Dorna Sports. 9 November 2018. Retrieved 5 December 2018.
  21. ^ a b "Van der Mark and Lowes stick with Yamaha for 2019". Superbike World Championship. Dorna Sports. 20 July 2018. Retrieved 5 December 2018.
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