BATTLES WHEEL TO WHEEL
The greatest domestic bike series in the world and producer of some of the sport’s hottest property returns to Silverstone in 2021 on the National circuit for round 8 of the championship as a triple header!
Expect all of the close, dramatic racing that the BSB is famous for! Join us for the 25th anniversary celebrations with riders going elbow to elbow as they reach more than 200bhp and speeds of up to 200mph!
The BSB has a huge following of loyal fans who come for a weekend of entertainment whilst they follow the championship, the teams and riders around the UK to watch the bikes being pushed to the limit – making this one of the most nail biting and thrilling spectator sports on the planet!
All eleven championship events this year will feature a three-race format bringing more action into a championship season than ever before in the series’ history.
We've got two different tickets for you to choose from to help you make the most of it.
The flexible option. General Admission ticket holders have the freedom to move around some of the best viewing areas of the circuit.
Not only will you get a reserved seat on Sunday, weekend ticket holders will have the freedom to experience BSB from all the grandstands, each with a unique view of the circuit.
- Free paddock access all weekend
- Roving grandstand seating
- Children aged 15 and under go free
- Free car parking
- Free pit walk on Sunday
- A weekend of family friendly entertainment
- Giant viewing screens
- Silverstone Radio broadcasting on 87.7FM
- Niall Mackenzie the was the most successful rider of the '90s, with three titles regularly runs our Yamaha R1M Masterclass days.
- The 2006 British Superbike Championship won by Ryuichi Kiyonari, was one of the most exciting climaxes to a British Superbike season in all time. Kiyonari fought off the challenge of Ducati powered Leon Haslam and Gregorio Lavilla at the final round in Brands Hatch.
- The 2009 British Superbike Championship was dominated by the Yamaha of Leon Camier who set a new record of 14 race wins in a season. Beating the previous record of 13 by Niall Mackenzie in the 1997 season.