List of Superbike World Championship circuits

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This is a list of circuits which have hosted a Superbike World Championship race from 1988 to 2013. The first circuit that hosted a World Championship race was Donington Park.

Current circuits (2013) are shown in bold.

List

Circuit Location Seasons Total Map
Albacete  Spain 1992-1999 8
Anderstorp  Sweden 1991, 1993 2
Assen  Netherlands 1992- 22
Brainerd  United States 1989-1991 3
Brands Hatch  Great Britain 1993, 1995, 1997-2008(2000 2x) 14
Brno  Czech Republic 1993, 1996, 2005-2012 10
Donington Park  Great Britain 1988-2001, 2007-2009, 2011- 21
Enna-Pergusa  Italy 1989 1
Estoril  Portugal 1988, 1993 2
EuroSpeedway Lausitz  Germany 2001-2002, 2005-2007 5
Hockenheim  Germany 1988-2000 12
Hungaroring  Hungary 1988-1990 3
Imola  Italy 2001-2006, 2009- 11
Johor  Malaysia 1992-1993 2 100px
Jarama  Spain 1991-1992 2
Jerez  Spain 1990, 2013- 2
Kyalami  South Africa 1998-2002, 2009-2010 7
Laguna Seca  United States 1995-2004,2013- 11
Le Mans  France 1988, 1990 2
Losail  Qatar 2005-2009 5
Manfeild  New Zealand 1988-1990, 1992 4
Magny-Cours  France 1991, 2002- 14
Miller Park  United States 2008-2012 5
Misano  Italy 1993-2012 20
Monza  Italy 1990, 1992-1993, 1995- 22
Moscow Raceway  Russia 2012- 2
Motorland Aragon  Spain 2011- 3
Mosport  Canada 1989-1991 3
Mugello  Italy 1991-1992, 1994 3
Nürburgring  Germany 1998-1999, 2008- 8
Oran Park  Australia 1988-1989 2
Oschersleben  Germany 2000-2004 5
Österreichring  Austria 1988-1994 7
Paul Ricard  France 1989 1
Phillip Island  Australia 1990-1992, 1994- 22
Portimao  Portugal 2008- 6
Salzburgring  Austria 1995 1
Sentul  Indonesia 1994-1997 4
Shah Alam  Malaysia 1990-1991 2
Silverstone  Great Britain 2002-2007, 2010- 10
Spa-Francorchamps  Belgium 1992 1
Sugo  Japan 1988-2003 16
Valencia  Spain 2000-2010 11
Vallelunga  Italy 2007-2008 2
Zeltweg  Austria 1997-1999 3

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