World Superbikes 2019: Full calendar and results

Jonathan Rea
Britain's Jonathan Rea is the defending Superbike World Champion

Standings

PositionRiderTeamPoints
1.Alvaro Bautista (Spa)Ducati236
2.Jonathan Rea (GB)Kawasaki183
3.Alex Lowes (GB)Yamaha126
4.Michael van der Mark (Ned)Yamaha115
5.Leon Haslam (GB)Kawasaki93
6.Chaz Davies (GB)Ducati76
7.Marco Melandri (Ita)Yamaha69
8.Sandro Cortese (Ger)Yamaha64
9.Tom Sykes (GB)BMW54
10. Jordi Torres (Spa)Kawasaki49

Last updated after Round Four, Sunday 14 April

Race schedule

10-12 May - Imola, Italy

2018 race report

7-9 June - Jerez, Spain

No race in 2018

21-23 June - Misano, Italy

2018 race report

5-7 July - Donington, Great Britain

2018 race report

12-14 July - Laguna Seca, United States

2018 race report

6-8 September - Portimao, Portugal

2018 race report

27-29 September - Magny-Cours, France

2018 race report

11-13 October - El Villicum, Argentina

2018 race report

24-26 October - Losail, Qatar

2018 race report

Results

Assen, Netherlands

Round Four, 12-14 April

Race 1

Podium: 1. Alvaro Bautista (Spa, Ducati), 2. Jonathan Rea (GB, Kawasaki), 3. Mark van der Mark (Ned, Yamaha)

Other GB riders: 4. Alex Lowes (Yamaha), 5. Leon Haslam (Kawasaki), 7. Chaz Davies (Ducati), 10. Tom Sykes (BMW), 11. Leon Camier (Honda)

Race 2

Podium: 1. Alvaro Bautista (Spa, Ducati), 2. Mark van der Mark (Ned, Yamaha), 3. Jonathan Rea (GB, Kawasaki)

Other GB riders: 4. Alex Lowes (Yamaha), 5. Chaz Davies (Ducati), 7. Tom Sykes (BMW), 8. Leon Haslam (Kawasaki), 12. Leon Camier (Honda)

Race report

Aragon, Spain

Round Three, 5-7 April

Race 1

Podium: 1. Alvaro Bautista (Spa, Ducati), 2. Jonathan Rea (GB, Kawasaki), 3. Chaz Davies (GB, Ducati)

Other GB riders: 4. Alex Lowes (Yamaha), 5. Tom Sykes (BMW), 9. Leon Haslam (Kawasaki), 11. Leon Camier (Honda)

Race 2

Podium: 1. Alvaro Bautista (Spa, Ducati), 2. Jonathan Rea (GB, Kawasaki), 3. Chaz Davies (GB, Ducati)

Other GB riders: 4. Leon Haslam (Kawasaki), 5. Alex Lowes (Yamaha), 12. Tom Sykes (BMW), 13. Leon Camier (Honda)

Race report

Buiriam, Thailand

Round Two, 15-17 March

Race 1

Podium: 1. Alvaro Baurista (Spa, Ducati), 2. Jonathan Rea (GB, Kawasaki), 3. Alex Lowes (GB, Yamaha)

Other GB riders: 5. Leon Haslam (Kawasaki), 9. Tom Sykes (BMW), 13. Leon Camier (Honda), 15. Chaz Davies (Ducati)

Race report

Race 2

Podium: 1. Alvaro Baurista (Spa, Ducati), 2. Jonathan Rea (GB, Kawasaki), 3. Alex Lowes (GB, Yamaha)

Other GB riders: 5. Leon Haslam (Kawasaki), Retired. Tom Sykes (BMW), Chaz Davies (Ducati)

Race report

Phillip Island, Australia

Round One, 22-24 February

Race 1

Podium: 1. Alvaro Bautista (Spa, Ducati), 2. Jonathan Rea (GB, Kawasaki), 3. Marco Melandri (Ita, Yamaha)

Other GB riders: 4. Alex Lowes (Yamaha), 7. Tom Sykes (BMW), 10. Chaz Davies (Ducati), 15. Leon Haslam (Kawasaki), RET. Leon Camier (Honda)

Race 2

Podium: 1. Alvaro Bautista (Spa, Ducati), 2. Jonathan Rea (GB, Kawasaki), 3. Leon Haslam (GB, Kawasaki)

Other GB riders: 5. Alex Lowes (Yamaha), 7. Chaz Davies (Ducati), 10. Leon Camier (Honda), 13. Tom Sykes (BMW)

Race report

2018 standings

PositionRiderTeamPoints
1.Jonathan Rea (GB)Kawasaki545
2.Chaz Davies (GB)Ducati356
3.Michael van der Mark (Ned)Yamaha333

Other GB riders:

4.Tom SykesKawasaki314
6.Alex LowesYamaha248