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Monza replaces Portimao on 2016 WSBK calendar

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Monza replaces Portimao on 2016 WSBK calendar
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Nov 19, 2015, 11:13 AM

The World Superbike championship has revealed an expanded 2016 calendar consisting of 14 rounds, with Monza replacing Portimao.

Monza returns to the WSBK fray after a two-year absence, boosting the number of Italian venues on the calendar to three with Imola and Misano retaining their spots, although it remains subject to FIM homologation.

The Monza round has been pencilled in for 22-24 July, and will be followed by the only other new addition to the 2016 schedule, the Lausitzring, which has been handed a 16-18 September date.

The return of the German track means the final few rounds have been pushed back by two weeks, with the Qatar season finale scheduled for for 28-30 October.

Jerez and Magny-Cours have also swapped places, with the Spanish track now hosting the penultimate round of the series, while Sepang has been shifted from August to May.

As per tradition, the championship kicks off in Australia with a visit to the Phillip Island circuit on 26-28 February.

Vallelunga has been named as a reserve venue, while three official tests at Phillip Island, Misano and Jerez have also been confirmed.

2016 WSBK calendar:

Date Track
26-28 February  Phillip Island
11-13 March  Buriram 
1-3 April  Aragon 
15-17 April  Assen 
29 April-1 May  Imola 
13-15 May  Sepang 
27-29 May   Donington Park 
17-19 June  Misano 
8-10 July  Laguna Seca 
22-24 July  Monza 
16-18 September   Lausitzring 
30 September-2 October   Magny-Cours 
14-16 October   Jerez 
28-30 October   Losail
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Author Jamie Klein