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2020 Superbike World Championship

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2020 Superbike World Championship
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Support series:
Supersport World Championship
Supersport 300 World Championship

The 2020 Motul FIM Superbike World Championship was the 33rd season of the Superbike World Championship.

Race calendar and results

The 2020 season calendar was announced on 21 November 2019, with 13 rounds scheduled.[1] The championship visited Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya (on 19 and 20 September) for the first time,[2] and a round was due to be staged at Oschersleben – on 1 and 2 August – for the first time since 2004.[3] Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Losail round was postponed to an unannounced date[4] and the Jerez,[5] Assen,[6] Aragon and Misano rounds were rescheduled to a later date, while the Imola[7] and Oschersleben[8] rounds were cancelled. As a result of updates made to the MotoGP calendar for the same reason, the French round date was also affected.[5] Despite having already been rescheduled, the Assen round was later postponed to a to-be-determined date, along with the Donington round.[9]

On 19 June, an updated calendar was published; for the restart, Jerez and Portimão were brought forward from their respective dates and a second round at Aragon was added to the schedule. Other five rounds—the first at Aragon, as well as Barcelona, Magny-Cours, San Juan and Misano—either kept their original or revised dates, although the latter two events were labelled as 'to be confirmed'. Three rounds—Losail, Donington and Assen—were included without a confirmed date[10][11] and were subsequently cancelled on 24 July.[12] The San Juan round was cancelled on the 13 August[13] whilst the Misano round was cancelled and replaced by a round in Estoril on 18 August.[14][15] It was the first time since 1993 that the championship raced at Estoril.

2020 calendar[1]
Round Country Circuit Date Superpole Fastest lap Winning rider Winning team
1 R1 Australia Australia Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit 29 February United Kingdom Tom Sykes United Kingdom Jonathan Rea Turkey Toprak Razgatlıoğlu Pata Yamaha WorldSBK Official Team
SR 1 March United Kingdom Scott Redding United Kingdom Jonathan Rea Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK
R2 United Kingdom Scott Redding United Kingdom Alex Lowes Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK
2 R1 Spain Spain Circuito de Jerez 1 August[a] United Kingdom Scott Redding United Kingdom Jonathan Rea United Kingdom Scott Redding Aruba.it Racing – Ducati
SR 2 August[a] United Kingdom Jonathan Rea United Kingdom Jonathan Rea Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK
R2 United Kingdom Scott Redding United Kingdom Scott Redding Aruba.it Racing – Ducati
3 R1 Portugal Portugal Algarve International Circuit 8 August[b] United Kingdom Jonathan Rea United Kingdom Jonathan Rea United Kingdom Jonathan Rea Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK
SR 9 August[b] United Kingdom Jonathan Rea United Kingdom Jonathan Rea Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK
R2 United Kingdom Jonathan Rea United Kingdom Jonathan Rea Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK
4 R1 Spain Spain Motorland Aragón 29 August[c] United Kingdom Jonathan Rea United Kingdom Chaz Davies United Kingdom Scott Redding Aruba.it Racing – Ducati
SR 30 August[c] United Kingdom Jonathan Rea United Kingdom Jonathan Rea Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK
R2 United Kingdom Jonathan Rea United Kingdom Jonathan Rea Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK
5 R1 5 September[d] United Kingdom Jonathan Rea Italy Michael Ruben Rinaldi Italy Michael Ruben Rinaldi Team GoEleven
SR 6 September[d] United Kingdom Alex Lowes United Kingdom Scott Redding Aruba.it Racing – Ducati
R2 Italy Michael Ruben Rinaldi United Kingdom Jonathan Rea Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK
6 R1 Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya 19 September United Kingdom Jonathan Rea United Kingdom Jonathan Rea United Kingdom Jonathan Rea Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK
SR 20 September Spain Álvaro Bautista Netherlands Michael van der Mark Pata Yamaha WorldSBK Official Team
R2 United Kingdom Chaz Davies United Kingdom Chaz Davies Aruba.it Racing – Ducati
7 R1 France France Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours 3 October[e] Republic of Ireland Eugene Laverty United Kingdom Jonathan Rea United Kingdom Jonathan Rea Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK
SR 4 October[e] United Kingdom Jonathan Rea United Kingdom Jonathan Rea Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK
R2 France Loris Baz United Kingdom Scott Redding Aruba.it Racing – Ducati
8 R1 Portugal Portugal Autódromo do Estoril 17 October[f] Turkey Toprak Razgatlıoğlu Netherlands Michael van der Mark Turkey Toprak Razgatlıoğlu Pata Yamaha WorldSBK Official Team
SR 18 October[f] Turkey Toprak Razgatlıoğlu Turkey Toprak Razgatlıoğlu Pata Yamaha WorldSBK Official Team
R2 United Kingdom Chaz Davies United Kingdom Chaz Davies Aruba.it Racing – Ducati
Races under contract to run in 2020, but cancelled:
R1 Qatar Qatar Losail International Circuit N/A[g] N/A
SR N/A[g]
R2
R1 Netherlands Netherlands TT Circuit Assen N/A[h] N/A
SR N/A[h]
R2
R1 Italy Italy Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari N/A[i] N/A
SR N/A[i]
R2
R1 United Kingdom United Kingdom Donington Park N/A[j] N/A
SR N/A[j]
R2
R1 Germany Germany Motorsport Arena Oschersleben N/A[k] N/A
SR N/A[k]
R2
R1 Argentina Argentina Circuito San Juan Villicum N/A[l] N/A
SR N/A[l]
R2
R1 Italy Italy Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli N/A[m] N/A
SR N/A[m]
R2

Entry list

2020 entry list
Team Constructor Motorcycle No. Rider Rounds
Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10RR 1 United Kingdom Jonathan Rea[16] All
22 United Kingdom Alex Lowes[17] All
Barni Racing Team Ducati Panigale V4 R 2 United Kingdom Leon Camier[18] 1
33 Italy Marco Melandri[19] 2–5
71 Italy Matteo Ferrari[20] 8
97 Italy Samuele Cavalieri[21] 6–7
Aruba.it Racing – Ducati Ducati Panigale V4 R 7 United Kingdom Chaz Davies[16] All
45 United Kingdom Scott Redding[22] All
Outdo Kawasaki TPR Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10RR 11 Germany Sandro Cortese[23] 1–3
40 Spain Román Ramos[24] 4–5
53 France Valentin Debise[25] 6–7
84 Belgium Loris Cresson[26] 8
Kawasaki Puccetti Racing Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10RR 12 Spain Javier Forés[27] All
MIE Racing Althea Honda Team
MIE Racing Honda Team
Honda CBR1000RR-R 13 Japan Takumi Takahashi[28] All
51 Brazil Eric Granado[20] 8
63 Italy Lorenzo Gabellini[n][30] 2–4
Team HRC Honda CBR1000RR-R 19 Spain Álvaro Bautista[31] All
91 United Kingdom Leon Haslam[32] All
Brixx Performance Ducati Panigale V4 R 20 France Sylvain Barrier[33] 2–8
Team GoEleven Ducati Panigale V4 R 21 Italy Michael Ruben Rinaldi[34] All
Nuova M2 Racing Aprilia RSV4 1000 23 France Christophe Ponsson[35] 2–4
GRT Yamaha WorldSBK Junior Team Yamaha YZF-R1 31 United States Garrett Gerloff[36] All
64 Italy Federico Caricasulo[36] All
Orelac Racing VerdNatura Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10RR 32 Portugal Sheridan Morais[20] 8
34 Spain Xavier Pinsach[37] 7
77 Chile Maximilian Scheib[38] 1–6
Motocorsa Racing Ducati Panigale V4 R 36 Argentina Leandro Mercado[39] 2–4, 6–8[o]
71 Italy Matteo Ferrari[41] 5
87 Italy Lorenzo Zanetti[40] 6[o]
BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team BMW S1000RR 50 Republic of Ireland Eugene Laverty[42] All
66 United Kingdom Tom Sykes[43] All
Pata Yamaha WorldSBK Official Team Yamaha YZF-R1 54 Turkey Toprak Razgatlıoğlu[44] All
60 Netherlands Michael van der Mark[44] All
Ten Kate Racing Yamaha Yamaha YZF-R1 76 France Loris Baz[45] All
Bonovo Action by MGM Racing Yamaha YZF-R1 94 Germany Jonas Folger[46] 6, 8
Key
Regular rider
Wildcard rider
Replacement rider

Championship standings

Points were awarded as follows:

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

Pos. Rider Bike PHI
Australia
JER
Spain
POR
Portugal
ARA
Spain
ARA
Spain
BAR
Spain
MAG
France
EST
Portugal
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
1 United Kingdom Jonathan Rea Kawasaki Ret 1 2 2 1 6 1 1 1 3 1 1 2 2 1 1 2 4 1 1 4 4 5 14 360
2 United Kingdom Scott Redding Ducati 3 3 3 1 2 1 7 5 2 1 2 4 Ret 1 3 2 8 6 5 4 1 Ret 6 2 305
3 United Kingdom Chaz Davies Ducati 8 13 5 4 5 2 11 Ret 4 2 5 2 3 5 Ret 3 4 1 4 5 3 2 4 1 273
4 Turkey Toprak Razgatlıoğlu Yamaha 1 2 Ret 3 Ret 3 2 2 8 6 7 8 5 7 7 6 DNS DNS 6 9 9 1 1 3 228
5 Netherlands Michael van der Mark Yamaha 4 5 4 Ret 3 7 3 7 3 5 3 6 4 10 6 4 1 2 9 3 5 Ret 3 4 223
6 United Kingdom Alex Lowes Kawasaki 2 4 1 9 7 5 4 4 Ret Ret 6 9 6 6 5 9 7 8 3 2 7 6 Ret Ret 189
7 Italy Michael Ruben Rinaldi Ducati 10 9 NC 6 11 4 5 8 6 4 8 5 1 3 2 7 6 Ret 7 7 6 7 9 6 186
8 France Loris Baz Yamaha 7 7 8 5 4 17 6 3 Ret 7 9 Ret 12 11 8 14 3 10 2 6 2 9 Ret Ret 142
9 Spain Álvaro Bautista Honda 6 16 6 7 10 8 9 11 5 Ret 4 3 Ret 4 Ret 5 Ret Ret 12 14 15 17 7 5 113
10 United Kingdom Leon Haslam Honda 5 8 12 10 9 12 12 9 13 10 10 7 7 8 4 10 Ret 9 Ret 11 13 5 8 7 113
11 United States Garrett Gerloff Yamaha 14 DNS DNS 11 8 10 14 10 11 Ret 13 10 11 13 10 8 5 3 Ret 8 8 3 2 Ret 103
12 United Kingdom Tom Sykes BMW 9 6 10 NC 6 11 8 6 7 Ret 15 12 10 9 Ret Ret 9 5 Ret 20 10 10 11 10 88
13 Spain Javier Forés Kawasaki Ret 12 11 13 12 13 13 13 Ret 8 12 11 13 16 13 13 12 15 8 12 Ret 8 10 8 61
14 Italy Federico Caricasulo Yamaha 12 14 Ret Ret 16 16 15 12 9 9 11 13 9 12 9 15 Ret 12 11 Ret 11 Ret 12 9 58
15 Republic of Ireland Eugene Laverty BMW 11 DNS DNS 15 13 Ret 10 20 12 16 16 14 8 14 11 11 11 7 Ret 15 14 12 16 12 55
16 Argentina Leandro Mercado Ducati Ret 17 15 16 14 10 11 Ret DNS WD WD WD 10 10 Ret 13 14 13 24
17 Italy Marco Melandri Ducati 8 18 9 17 15 14 14 17 Ret Ret 17 12 23
18 Germany Jonas Folger Yamaha 12 10 11 11 13 11 19
19 Germany Sandro Cortese Kawasaki 13 11 9 14 14 14 Ret DNS DNS 14
20 France Sylvain Barrier Ducati 16 21 Ret 18 16 15 12 18 16 Ret 19 Ret 18 15 Ret 13 13 12 DNS DNS DNS 12
21 Chile Maximilian Scheib Kawasaki 15 10 7 Ret 15 18 21 Ret Ret Ret 14 15 16 15 Ret DNS DNS DNS 11
22 Japan Takumi Takahashi Honda Ret 15 Ret 18 22 Ret 19 19 18 15 20 18 15 21 16 19 16 14 17 19 18 14 17 17 6
23 Italy Matteo Ferrari Ducati 14 18 14 Ret 15 15 5
24 France Christophe Ponsson Aprilia 12 19 Ret Ret 17 16 Ret NC 17 4
25 Spain Román Ramos Kawasaki 13 19 Ret Ret 20 15 4
26 Italy Lorenzo Zanetti Ducati 17 13 13 3
27 France Valentin Debise Kawasaki 20 14 Ret 14 16 17 2
28 Brazil Eric Granado Honda 15 18 16 1
29 Spain Xavier Pinsach Kawasaki 15 18 Ret 1
Italy Samuele Cavalieri Ducati 16 Ret Ret 16 17 16 0
Portugal Sheridan Morais Kawasaki 16 19 18 0
Italy Lorenzo Gabellini Honda 17 20 19 20 18 17 17 21 19 0
Belgium Loris Cresson Kawasaki 18 20 19 0
United Kingdom Leon Camier Ducati DNS DNS DNS 0
Pos. Rider Bike PHI
Australia
JER
Spain
POR
Portugal
ARA
Spain
ARA
Spain
BAR
Spain
MAG
France
EST
Portugal
Pts.
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
Purple Retired (Ret)
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Withdrew (WD)
Race cancelled (C)
Blank Did not participate (DNP)
Did not arrive (DNA)
Excluded (EX)

Bold – Pole position
Italics – Fastest lap

Manufacturers' championship

Pos. Manufacturer PHI
Australia
JER
Spain
POR
Portugal
ARA
Spain
ARA
Spain
BAR
Spain
MAG
France
EST
Portugal
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
1 Japan Kawasaki 2 1 1 2 1 5 1 1 1 3 1 1 2 2 1 1 2 4 1 1 4 4 5 8 392
2 Italy Ducati 3 3 3 1 2 1 5 5 2 1 2 2 1 1 2 2 4 1 4 4 1 2 4 1 391
3 Japan Yamaha 1 2 4 3 3 3 2 2 3 5 3 6 4 7 6 4 1 2 2 3 2 1 1 3 330
4 Japan Honda 5 8 6 7 9 8 9 9 5 10 4 3 7 4 4 5 16 9 12 11 13 5 7 5 166
5 Germany BMW 9 6 10 15 6 11 8 6 7 16 15 12 8 9 11 11 9 5 Ret 15 10 10 11 10 101
6 Italy Aprilia 12 19 Ret Ret 17 16 Ret NC 17 4
Pos. Manufacturer PHI
Australia
JER
Spain
POR
Portugal
ARA
Spain
ARA
Spain
BAR
Spain
MAG
France
EST
Portugal
Pts.

Notes

  1. ^ a b The Jerez round was originally due to take place on 27–29 March 2020. It was first postponed to 23–25 October[5] and later moved to 31 July–2 August[10] in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  2. ^ a b The Portimão round was originally due to take place on 4–6 September 2020. It was moved to 7–9 August in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  3. ^ a b The Aragon round was originally due to take place on 22–24 May 2020. It was postponed to 28–30 August in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.[7]
  4. ^ a b The second Aragon round was added to the calendar on 19 June 2020.[10]
  5. ^ a b The Magny-Cours round was originally due to take place on 25–27 September 2020. It was postponed to 2–4 October in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.[5]
  6. ^ a b The Estoril round was added to the calendar on 18 August 2020. It replaced the Misano round which was cancelled in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.[14]
  7. ^ a b The Losail round was originally due to take place on 13–15 March 2020. It was postponed to an unannounced date[4] and subsequently cancelled in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.[12]
  8. ^ a b The Assen round was originally due to take place on 17–19 April 2020. It was postponed first to 21–23 August,[6] later to an unannounced date[10] and subsequently cancelled in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.[12]
  9. ^ a b The Imola round was originally due to take place on 8–10 May 2020. It was cancelled in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.[7]
  10. ^ a b The Donington round was originally due to take place on 3–5 July 2020. It was postponed to an unannounced date[10] and subsequently cancelled in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.[12]
  11. ^ a b The Oschersleben round was originally due to take place on 31 July–2 August 2020. It was cancelled in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.[8]
  12. ^ a b The Argentina round was originally due to take place on 9–11 October 2020. It was cancelled on 13 August 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.[13]
  13. ^ a b The Misano round was originally due to take place on 12–14 June 2020. It was initially postponed to 6–8 November, but was later cancelled on 18 August 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.[14]
  14. ^ Jordi Torres was announced as a MIE Racing Althea Honda Team rider from the Jerez round onwards in February 2020,[29] before the COVID-19 pandemic-related calendar changes; he was replaced by Lorenzo Gabellini in July 2020, before the season resumption.[30]
  15. ^ a b Leandro Mercado competed in the first Friday practice session during round 6, before being replaced on Saturday by Lorenzo Zanetti.[40]

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