How Does a Race Weekend Typically Go Down?

Weekends open with Friday as a Free Practice day, offering two 50-minute sessions in which the teams work diligently to find the best set-up and gain experience on the track. Saturday morning features an additional 20-minute Free Practice session, followed by a single 25-minute qualifying session – known as Superpole - that determines how the riders will line up in Race 1. Fans are then treated to three World Superbike races: Race 1 on Saturday, the Tissot Superpole Race – a 10-lap sprint race– on Sunday morning, and Race 2 on Sunday afternoon. WorldSSP and WorldSSP300 are the main support classes for WorldSBK. Each of them has two races per round, with Race 1 on Saturday and Race 2 on Sunday.

Race schedule

Spectator schedule with accompanying programme

Paddock Show programme

Official programme

Accompanying programme

The accompanying programme varies according to the type of ticket selected. The basic admission will offer access to the "SPECTATOR SITE" with tribunes overlooking the largest part of the track. Extended admission offers admission to the "SPECTATOR SITE & PADDOCK". Spectators will also be able to get up close to the drivers and racing teams in the paddock and enjoy other activities associated exclusively with the WorldSBK Championship.


Basic Admission = "Spectator Site" 

  • National anthem performed by singer Jan Smigmator
  • Flyover of L-39 Albatros jets from Aero Vodochody
  • Stunt rider Martin Krátký
  • DJ
  • 3x video walls
  • BIKE PARADE - private motorcycles on the track (only possible for fans with BIKE ENTRY parking inside the venue, capacity limited)
  • Equipment storage for bikers (polygon building)
  • Car parking also available inside the venue on the spectator site (limited capacity, on-site sales only)
  • New food & merch stands
  • Bagrpark
  • Chillout zone


Extended Admission: 'Spectator Site + Paddock'

The World Superbike Championship offers fans an intense experience in close contact with the riders and the whole show taking place in the paddock. Spectators can look forward to a unique atmosphere in the racing paddock, where many attractions and unique experiences are tailor-made for fans. The team boxes are open throughout the day, giving fans a direct glimpse behind the scenes of the drivers and teams.



Unrivalled access

WorldSBK Paddock is open to spectators with special paddock ticket. Get to know your favorite riders, their team trucks and hospitalities as well as all secrets of this little big itinerant town. Besides, take part in all entertainment activities and weekend celebrations together with your racing heroes.





Closer to your racing heroes

Exclusive to WorldSBK, the Paddock Show is the place to be. More than 9 hours of on-stage entertainment per day including live commentary of all track action, interviews, autograph sessions, chat shows, and much more. Stunning motorcycle displays featuring all WorldSBK manufacturers competing on track adds plenty of glamour to the already-exciting spectacle.





Trackside entertainment

The WorldSBK Fan Zone is located at the paddock and offers fans additional content and entertainment trackside. With the Paddock Show at the heart of this area, you can also buy your favourite merchandise items, taste and discover new products from our partners or even join us for a test drive.





Winning bikes ride in Paddock

Exclusive to WorldSBK, the winning bikes «ride through the fans» at the end of the Superpole sessions and Races. Fans can shake hands with the winners and get closer than ever to their racing hereos.





Feel the emotions

Exclusive to WorldSBK, the Parc Ferme is located in the centre of the Paddock and open to all fans. Fans cannot miss the unique moment full of emotions just after the race (and superpole) end. Live Interviews are transmitted by PA in the Parc Ferme area.





Celebrating together

Exclusive to WorldSBK, the Podium is located in the centre of the Paddock and open to fans with special paddock ticket. Fans can experience the winning euphoria together with the riders and teams. Nothing can be compared to THAT moment full of joy.





More than only action

The Action Box welcomes you on Saturday and Sunday and offers you the possibility to watch some of the track action from the stunning Led Screen set up inside or even from the Pit Wall.





From a different point of view

Experience the exhilarating sensation of being trackside, get close to the pit boxes and see the teams set up. (Note: Limited acces. Pit Walk entry on sale only in ADM Fan Shop during the weekend. Price 10 EUR. From 18 y.o., no flipflops).



Live tech checks

Be on the front row of the Technical Bay Area located within the Paddock and see firsthand the checks performed by WorldSBK Technical Staff on the bikes of your favorite teams and riders right after track action to ensure that they comply with Technical Rules.