The MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship returns to Donington Park on 15-17 July, this time in front of a full crowd at the height of summer - for the first time since 2019!

The 2021 title scrap was a full-on battle between Jonathan Rea and Toprak Razgatlioglu, with the Turkish rider finally ending Rea's reign. With Rea staying with Kawasaki for the upcoming season, he'll be looking to gain back his title in 2022.

There's plenty for home fans to look forward to, plus a busy support race card of international series along with leading domestic categories.

As well as a busy three days of on track action, there'll be lots to see and do around the venue, as a full on entertainment schedule including the Paddock Show returns, plus fans will be able to camp at the heart of the venue on the vibrant infield campsite.

What's Included?

  • Weekend admission - 16-17 July
  • Sunday suite access & hospitality – 17 July only
  • Morning coffee with a hot breakfast
  • Hot buffet lunch
  • Afternoon tea & cakes
  • In suite bar serving house wines, beers & soft drinks

  • Television with live feed and timing
  • Parking pass - 1 per booking
  • Directors' Suite – the best views of the circuit with balcony on three sides of the suite, located by Goddards
  • Rider appearances from Kawasaki Racing Team - Jonathan Rea & Alex Lowes - subject to timings & team discretion on the day

£199 per person

Donington Park Circuit

Back to where it all began for WorldSBK, the famous Donington Park circuit has hosted countless classics in its time as a World Superbike venue. From 1988, the circuit has hosted 52 races and made memories each year for a variety of reasons. Set in the gorgeous Leicestershire countryside, the circuit twists and turns through the scenery, to the soundtrack of thousands of cheering fans, year-in, year-out.

The festival-like atmosphere makes for one of the best rounds of the season, with plenty of vantage points to view the magnificent Donington Park circuit from, with corners like Hollywood, Craner Curves and Coppice to name all but a few. Steeped in history and encapsulated in the atmosphere, the flowing nature of Donington Park makes for an unmissable round!