Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya
Carrer Mas Moreneta, 08160 Montmeló, Barcelona, Spain Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya
|Pole Record||1'41.619 (163,58 Km/h) J. Rea (Kawasaki ZX-10RR, 2020)|
|Race Record||1'41.828 (163,92 Km/h) A. Bautista (Honda CBR1000RR-R, 2020, SPRC)|
|All Time Record||1'41.619 (163,58 Km/h) J. Rea (Kawasaki ZX-10RR, 2020)|
|2020 Race 1 Winner||J. Rea (Kawasaki ZX-10RR)|
|2020 Superpole Winner||M. Van der Mark (Yamaha YZF R1 )|
|2020 Race 2 Winner||J. Rea (Kawasaki ZX-10RR)|
Round six of the Superbike World Championship has now drawn to a close at the Barcelona-Catalunya track in Spain but unfortunately the races did not bring the expected results for Team HRC. The promising feedback Alvaro Bautista got from the latest improvements made to the bike’s setup was confirmed by… read more.
A solid frontrunner across all sessions over the last few rounds, Alvaro Bautista scored a top five finish in today’s Race 1 at the Barcelona-Catalunya Circuit, after having achieved third place during the morning’s Tissot Superpole, the best qualifying result of the season so far for both rider and Team… read more.
The sixth round of the 2020 Superbike World Championship is now underway at the Barcelona-Catalunya track in Spain. Despite the unstable weather conditions, with heavy rain in the early afternoon, it proved to be a promising opening day for Team HRC and Spanish rider Alvaro Bautista, who placed fourth at… read more.
Just over a week since round 5 at Motorland Aragón, Team HRC now prepares for the sixth Superbike World Championship round, scheduled to take place this coming weekend at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya in Montmeló, Spain. Although a permanent fixture on the MotoGP calendar, the Barcelona facility will be hosting… read more.
Team HRC has concluded its first testing session in months at the Catalunya-Barcelona circuit in Spain. Following the enforced break owing to the Covid-19 pandemic, official riders Alvaro Bautista and Leon Haslam were enthusiastic to return to the track and get back to work. Having not visited a racetrack since… read more.
More than four months after the opening round of the Superbike World Championship at Phillip Island, Australia, and following a prolonged break owing to the Covid-19 pandemic, Superbike teams are gradually able to resume testing and, in a few weeks’ time, racing. To this end, Team HRC will be back… read more.