• Aragon (Spain)

    Stunning win by Chaz Davies in Race 2 ,
    Marco Melandri 3rd and back on the podium.
    Michael Ruben Rinaldi is top indipendent rider.

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TT Assen (Netherlands)
4th RACE 
Superbike Championship, 2018
Saturday 21 April
FP3 - 08:40am (Italia 2)
SUPERPOLE -10:15am (Italia 2)  
RACE 1 - 12:40am  (Italia 2, Italia 1, Italia 1/HD, Eurosport 2)


Replay RACE 1  - 07:30pm (Eurosport)
Sunday 22  April
Warm Up  - 09:530am (Italia 2)
RACE 2 - 12:40am (Italia 2, Italia 1, Italia 1/HD )

Replay RACE 2  - 08:30pm (Eurosport 2)

 
23 - 25 February 2018
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SBK

Phillip Island

Australia

  • Length
    4445 m
  • Left corners
    7
  • Right corners
    5
  • Pole position
    sx
23 - 25 March 2018
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SBK

Chang

Thailand

  • Length
    4554 m
  • Left corners
    5
  • Right corners
    7
  • Pole position
    sx
13 - 15 April 2018
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SBK

Aragon

Spain

  • Length
    5334 m
  • Left corners
    10
  • Right corners
    7
  • Pole position
    dx
NEXT RACE
20 - 22 April 2018
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SBK

TT Assen

Netherlands

  • Length
    4542 m
  • Left corners
    6
  • Right corners
    11
  • Pole position
    sx
11 - 13 May 2018
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SBK

Imola

Italy

  • Length
    4936 m
  • Left corners
    13
  • Right corners
    9
  • Pole position
    sx
25 - 27 May 2018
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SBK

Donington

UK

  • Length
    4023 m
  • Left corners
    5
  • Right corners
    10
  • Pole position
    sx
8 - 10 June 2018
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MINUTES
SECONDS

SBK

Brno

Czech Republic

  • Length
    5403 m
  • Left corners
    6
  • Right corners
    8
  • Pole position
    sx
22 - 24 June 2018
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MINUTES
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SBK

Laguna Seca

USA

  • Length
    3610 m
  • Left corners
    7
  • Right corners
    4
  • Pole position
    dx
6 - 8 July 2018
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MINUTES
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SBK

Misano

Italy

  • Length
    4226 m
  • Left corners
    6
  • Right corners
    10
  • Pole position
    dx
14 - 16 September 2018
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MINUTES
SECONDS

SBK

Algarve

Portogal

  • Length
    4592 m
  • Left corners
    8
  • Right corners
    4
  • Pole position
    dx
28 - 30 September 2018
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MINUTES
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SBK

Magny-Cours

France

  • Length
    4411 m
  • Left corners
    9
  • Right corners
    11
  • Pole position
    dx
12 - 14 October 2018
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MINUTES
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SBK

El Villicum

Argentine

  • Length
    4266 m
  • Left corners
    11
  • Right corners
    8
  • Pole position
    -
25 - 27 October 2018
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HOURS
MINUTES
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SBK

Losail

Qatar

  • Length
    5380 m
  • Left corners
    6
  • Right corners
    10
  • Pole position
    dx
17 April

The Aruba.it Racing - Ducati team ready for the action at Assen, home of the fourth round of the WorldSBK championship

After taking a brilliant win and two more podiums at Aragon (Spain) last weekend, the Aruba.it Racing - Ducati team is ready to take it back to the track at Assen (Netherlands) for the fourth round of the 2018 WorldSBK Championship.
Both Chaz Davies and Marco Melandri are keen to take home their first win on the historic TT Circuit, where they both already stepped on the podium with the Panigale R, the Welshman four times and the Italian once.

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10 April

MIchael Ruben Rinaldi ready to make his WorldSBK debut

At Aragon, Michael Ruben Rinaldi will make his WorldSBK debut with the Aruba.it Racing - Junior Team, which will take part in all European rounds. The STK1000 champion prepared the round with two days of tests on the Spanish track, concluded with positive feedback.

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Davies, the record man: “Wins are special, but we’ll work on consistency”


Eleven wins, 10 fastest laps – both a record in the 2016 WorldSBK championship – and 17 podiums in 26 races overall were not enough to satisfy Chaz Davies’ hunger for success. The Welshman was undoubtedly a protagonist in the past season, closed with 7 wins (six of which came consecutively) out of the last 8 races. Still, he’s hunting for more.

Melandri 2.0: “I want to make the most of this opportunity. Anything can happen”


It may sound as a paradox but, at age 34, Marco Melandri is ready to begin a second life as a rider. The Italian moved his first steps on a minibike when he was 4 and then fulfilled his dream to become a professional rider to compete for 18 consecutive seasons on the world stage between MotoGP and WorldSBK. All except for the last one, the longest of his career. But now Melandri is ready for a new start.
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