The Superbike Commission, composed of Messrs. Gregorio LAVILLA (Dorna, WorldSBK Executive Director), Franck VAYSSIÉ (FIM), Biense BIERMA (MSMA), coordinated by Paul DUPARC (FIM), with the presence of Dominique Hébrard, Ludovic Reignier, Roland Berger and Scott Smart (FIM), made the following decisions in various electronic meetings held in February and March 2022.The following decisions will be applied for the 2022 season:


Sporting Regulations

At the request of the Manufacturers, it was decided to limit the ½ day testings to max 4 for the season 2022. As from the 2023 season it is already agreed to limit ½ days testing to max 2 per season.


In order to harmonize the performance of the machines, it was agreed to grant manufacturers lacking performance (According to the rule of concession points allocated) additional development sessions


Further to the decision of the MotoGP Commission taken recently in Losail, It was also decided to clarify the information given to the riders participating in the FIM Superbike and Supersport World Championships. This simple decision has important and urgent consequences on all the other FIM Championships and on the management/training of flag marshals. Indeed, it is important that the marshals are familiar with and apply in the same way this new information given to the riders. This new signalling will be applied for the other FIM Circuit Racing Championships managed by the FIM (Endurance, Sidecar, JuniorGP, MotoE, Red Bull Rookies Cup, MiniGP World Series).

The Continental Federations were advised to also harmonise their rules with the FIM ones.

FIM will recommend this same harmonisation with the National Federations for their National Series.

The FIM CCR “flags” Regulations were amended as follows:

Flags and Lights Used to Provide Information: (…)

  • Yellow and Red Striped Flag

The adhesion on this section of the track could be affected by any reason other than rain (oil, gravel, grass or other debris).

This flag must be shown waved at the flag marshal post.

o White Flag with diagonal red cross

(stroke width of the cross: between 10 and 13 cm)

Drops of rain on this section of the track including rain affecting the track surface.

This flag must be waved at the flag marshal post.


 Technical Regulations


  • No changes concerning the technical rules 2022.


  • Introducing the Supersport Next Generation class with new manufacturers and new motorcycles (Ducati Panigale V2 955cc, Triumph ST765RS, MV Agusta F3 800cc, Suzuki GSX-R750). The philosophy guiding these new regulations was to follow the current market, offer new motorcycles that can compete in this “Supersport” Next Generation class and to find the best balance as possible between all these new (including previous) machines (capacity, power, torque, combined weight ratio).
  • Balancing engine is composing by Concession Parts, Torque limited map with Rev Limit, Minimum Weight, Air restrictor,
  • Combined weight is the weight of the rider (in full racing equipment) and motorcycle, as used on track (changes in bold):


Bike Weight Combined Minimum Bike & Rider Weight
Hard Minimum Soft Maximum
Ducati Panigale V2 166 kg 175 kg 244 kg
Honda CBR600RR 161 kg 170 kg 239 kg
Kawasaki ZX-6R 161 kg 170 kg 239 kg
Kawasaki ZX-636R 161 kg 170 kg 239 kg
MV Agusta F3 161 kg 170 kg 239 kg
MV Agusta F3 800 161 kg 170 kg 239 kg
MV Agusta F3 Superveloce 161 kg 170 kg 239 kg
Suzuki GSX-R600 161 kg 170 kg 239 kg
Suzuki GSX-R750 161 kg 170 kg 239 kg
Triumph 675R 161 kg 170 kg 239 kg
Triumph ST765RS 161 kg 170 kg 239 kg
Yamaha YZF-R6 161 kg 170 kg 239 kg
  • Tyres limitations for:
    • 1 race by week end will be 13 (6 front tyres – 7 rear tyres)
    • 2 races by week end will be 15 (7 front tyres – 8 rear tyres)
  • Electronics side, the down shift system is
  • The front and rear brake master cylinders can be replaced with a unit from the Eligible Parts for Competition List (within defined the retail price limits).
  • Only the Official World Supersport fuel may be used: Panta Racing
  • The maximum number of mounted tyres at the same time has been reduced from 9 to
  • The front brake discs maximum outside diameter is now limited to 320mm (instead of the OEM diameter).


  • The tyres limitation available to each rider during the event has been reduced from 24 to 21 (10 Front and 11 Rear tyres).
  • The maximum number of mounted tyres at the same time has been reduced from 15 to
  • SCQ tyre may only be used in Superpole or Superpole Races and in Free Practice

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