This weekend’s sixth round of the Superbike World Championship kicks off tomorrow at Donington Park with three-time World Champion Jonathan Rea on the verge of re-writing the history books once again. 2018 World Championships Donington Park
Just one victory will see Rea surpass Fogarty’s all-time World Superbike win record, but it won’t be easy at his home round with a gaggle of other Brits looking to taste the local champagne. Donington Park 2018 Live Stream
As always, the weekend’s action will be broadcast live on Eurosport while this weekend also sees additional, free-to-air coverage over on Quest. World Championships Donington Park 2018 Live
Donington Park first opened its gates in 1931, initially for motorcycle racing and then two years later for car action.
Rea Aims For Record-Setting 60 at Donington Park Motor Sport – World Championships – Donington Park – 2018
The previous king of Donington Park, Tom Sykes (Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK) was dethroned last season following a string of nine consecutive victories in front of his home fans. Unable to catch Rea in race two, Sykes will be looking to return to the top step here this weekend with the added confidence of his dominant victory in Assen. Holding the pole and circuit lap record at Donington, he’s not a rider to rule out. A consistent podium finisher this season, the Yorkshireman is looking for victories and won’t settle for anything less around the 4.02km track.
Friday 25th May
09:40: World Superbikes, FP1 – Eurosport 1 Here
Saturday 26th May
10:40: World SBK Superpole – Eurosport 2 & Quest Here
13:15: World Superbike Race 1 – Eurosport 2 & Quest Here
Sunday 27th May
Live from 11am on Quest and Eurosport 2 Here
11:30: World Supersport Race Here
13:00 World Superbike Race 2 Here