WSBK: Ducati Welcome Back Alvaro Bautista For Their 2022 World Superbike Championship Campaign.

Published on August 25, 2021
By Dawn Hammersley

Alvaro Bautista Re-signs for Ducati For 2022.

Spanish World Superbike rider Alvaro Bautista will leave the HRC WSBK Team at the end of the 2021 season, he has made the switch back to the Ducati Team for his 2022 Championship campaign. Alvaro last rode for the Ducati team back in 2019.

Bautista enjoyed many rounds of success aboard the Ducati Panigale, securing 16 wins and a further eight podiums, unfortunately the podium hunt has been less-successful during his time at Honda. The HRC WSBK Team are yet to announce their 2022 rider-line-up, it’s unknown yet as what British rider Leon Haslam’s plans are for his 2022 season.

Bautista replaces British rider Scott Redding as he has signed for BMW, leaving Tom Sykes without a ride as of yet. Alvaro remains very committed to the HRC Team for the rest of the 2021 season.

Alvaro Bautista-HRC WSBK Team

I am looking forward to the challenges which await me, but until then, I will be giving my absolute best to help Honda’s project in World Superbikes.

HRC-Honda Racing Corporation

At the end of 2021, after two intense and constructive WorldSBK years together, our collaboration with Alvaro Bautista will draw to a close. HRC thanks Alvaro for his commitment, and wishes him all the best. We’ll now keep working as hard as always, with full focus on the next

Featured Image: Alvaro Bautista Arce.


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