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Motul FIM Superbike World Championship

27, 28 and 29 September 2019



For the eleventh round of the 2019 World Superbike Championship, the World Superbike riders are making their annual visit to France, to the Circuit of Nevers Magny-Cours. The Superbike, Supersport and Supersport 300 categories will meet on European soil for the last time in the year.

In the WorldSBK category we have the arrival of BMW and Honda as official teams. A few changes amongst the riders have already been announced with the arrival of Álvaro Bautista, coming from Moto GP, who will be alongside Chaz Davies at Ducati Aruba IT. Sandro Cortese, the 2018 Supersport Champion in his rookie year, has joined this premier category with Team GRT Yamaha and has Marco Melandri as his team mate. The Yamaha Pata Racing Team are once again depending on Alex Lowes and Michael Van Der Mark. And finally, the reigning World Champion Jonathan Rea hopes to win a fifth crown with Kawasaki.

In Supersport, the GMT94 Team is one hundred percent French with Jules Cluzel paired with Corentin Perolari, and they should be the ones to watch for the top steps of the podium. Lucas Mahias, the 2018 championship runner-up is with Kawasaki and the Puccetti Racing Team. Surrounded by a new team, he’s looking for his second crown after his success in 2017. You should also look out for Jules Danilo of the CIA Landlord Insurance Honda Team, who has just arrived in Supersports and who would love everyone to be talking about him this season. We can also count on the Caricasulo/Krummenacher duo in the Bardahl Yamaha Team, as well as the arrival of Isaac Vinales at Kallio Racing to make it an interesting fight for the title.


New for 2019

The practice sessions have changed from four to three, which means that the WorldSBK will only have two sessions on Friday. The Tissot Superpole will now become a single qualifying session. The results of this session will define the grid for Race 1 and for the Sprint race on Sunday.

There will be a last chance race allowing riders who did not qualify the first time, to qualify for the last race on Sunday.

 Four races, including two WorldSBK races will take place on Sunday. The first will be a sprint race with a new format of 10 laps (which applies throughout the season). Points will be added to the general classification of the championship and will be awarded to the Tissot Superpole race.

The second WorldSBK race on Sunday will follow its traditional format. The grid will be determined by the top nine places in the Tissot Superpole Race, and then the positions from the tenth rider will be from the Tissot Superpole.

With three races and these different formats, the teams will have the opportunity to work on various strategies throughout the weekend, while the riders and the fans will really enjoy even more exciting races.




Ticket Rates

Free for under-16s (except for the Adelaide Grandstand, the Pitwalk and VIP Packs)

Take advantage of advance ticket sales which include access to the Paddock!

General Access + Grandstand L Adelaide

3 days

Advance Ticket Price

75 € including Paddock instead of 100 €

General Access + Grandstands

3 days

Advance Ticket Price

65 € including Paddock instead of 90 €

General Access


1 jour

Advance Ticket Price

55 € including Paddock instead of 80 €

Paddock Access 3 days

25 €

 Pitwalk Supplement

Saturday & Sunday

30 €

Silver Pack

Saturday & Sunday

General Access + Paddock +Reception Area + Welcome Coffee (9h00-11h30) + Open-bar (12h00-17h00)

From 135 €

Gold PacK

Saturday & Sunday

General Access + Paddock +Reception Area + Trip around the Perimeter Safety Track in a Shuttle + Breakfast (9h00-11h30) + Buffet Lunch (12h00-14h30) + Open-bar (12h00-17h00)

From 215 €



Invite your customers, guests and employees to watch the races from your fully customisable hospitality suite at the Circuit of Nevers Magny-Cours in exclusive conditions.

Area: 70 m²

Bar area

2 HD TVs 80 and 160 cm


Sit back and relax in your Lounge Suite and enjoy the breathtaking view for an unforgettable experience in a unique place.

Area: from 110 to 210 m²

Panoramic windows

HD TV 160 cm


The commercial village, located in the heart of the circuit, is the place for all motorbike enthusiasts. In an area that covers over 4,000 m² you will find specialists of all kinds.


You can discover the variety of products of our wide selection of exhibitors, and have access to the exhibitions of manufacturers and equipment suppliers. A rich and varied content that all bike fans will love.


So come and join us!

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The calendar of events is indicated subject to any amendments by the organising car and motorbike federations and the organisers of the event.