Watch Superprestigio Live on CycleWorld.com

Flat track style check

Cycle World, together with AMA Pro Racing and RPM Racing, is bringing you live video of the Superprestigio Dirt Track race from Barcelona, Spain. Coverage on www.CycleWorld.com begins tomorrow, Saturday, December 13, at 9:00 a.m. Pacific Standard Time. AMA flat-track legend Chris Carr, along with MotoGP announcer Gregory Haines, is calling the action, which includes a dramatic winner-take-all 12-lap Superfinal.

The Superprestigio, revived last January by two-time MotoGP World Champion Marc Marquez, features top roadracing, dirt-track, motocross, off-road, speedway, and supermoto talent from around the globe, including 10 world champions. They will compete on a 200-meter dirt oval, and if the action is anything like last year, it will be incredible. Americans Jared Mees, Brad Baker and Shayna Texter will battle against the likes of Marc Marquez, Troy Bayliss, Guy Martin and Taddy Blazusiak, so you know it’s going to be good.

Remember, come back to this post tomorrow at 9 PST and watch all of the exciting flat-track action from Spain!

Superprestigio Riders (Limit 24)

# RIDER NAT. BIKE CHAMPIONSHIP STATUS
2 Remy Gardner AUS Suzuki 2015 Moto3 rookie
5 Johann Zarco FRA Yamaha Moto2 rider
7 Lorenzo Baldassarri ITA Kawasaki Moto3 rider
9 Kenny Noyes USA Kawasaki 2014 FIM CEV Superbike champion
11 Albert Arenas SPA KTM Moto3 rider
12 Alex Marquez SPA Honda 2014 Moto3 World Champion
15 Dani Ribalta SPA Honda World Endurance rider
19 Xavier Simeon BEL Honda Moto2 rider
21 Troy Bayliss AUS KTM 3-time World SBK Champion
23 Marcel Schrotter GER KTM Moto2 rider
24 Toni Elias SPA Honda 2010 Moto2 World Champion
33 Enea Bastianni ITA Honda Moto3 rider
36 Mika Kallio FIN Suzuki Moto2 rider
38 Bradley Smith GBR Yamaha MotoGP rider
45 Scott Redding GBR Honda MotoGP rider
53 Tito Rabat SPA Honda 2014 Moto2 world champion
60 Jilian Simon SPA Honda 2010 125cc World Champion
87 Luca Marconi ITA TBA World Supersport rider
88 Ricky Cardus SPA Yamaha Moto2 rider
91 Gabriel Rodrigo ARG KTM 2015 Moto3 rookie
93 Marc Marquez SPA Honda 2014 MotoGP World Champion
94 Jonas Folger GER Honda Moto2 rider
99 Christian Iddon GBR Suzuki World SBK rider

All Superprestigio-class riders are or have been world championship roadracing participants (MotoGP, Moto2, Moto3, World Superbike or Supersport).

Open-Class Riders (Limit 24)

# RIDER NAT. BIKE CHAMPIONSHIP STATUS
1 Jared Mees USA Honda 2014 AMA Pro Grand National Champion
3 Jose Pedro Gomez SPA Yamaha Second place Open-class Superprestigio I
4 Thomas Chareyre FRA TM 2014 World Supermoto Champion
6 Brad Baker USA Honda 2013 AMA Pro Grand National Champions
8 Guy Martin GBR Honda 15 podium finishes Isle of Man TT
10 Francesco Cechinni ITA Honda 2013 FIM Dirt-Track Cup Champion
13 Jaume Gaya SPA Honda Rodi-Michelin Cup qualifier
14 Tim Neave GBR Honda 2014 British Dirt Track Champion
16 Angel Grau SPA Suzuki Rodi-Michelin Cup qualifier
17 Gerard Bailo SPA Suzuki Noyes Camp Dirt Track Festival qualifier
18 Franc Serra SPA KTM Noyes Camp Dirt Track Festival qualifier
20 Jose Luis Martinez SPA Yamaha Rodi-Michelin Cup winner
25 Ivan Cervantes SPA KTM 5-time FIM Enduro World Champion
28 Oliver Brindley GBR Kawasaki Noyes Camp Dirt Track Festival qualifier
30 Alan Bristwistle GBR Kawasaki Noyes Camp Dirt Track Festival qualifier
50 Shayna Texter USA Honda 6-time AMA Pro Singles main-event winner
66 Joel Lozano SPA Yamaha Rodi-Michelin Cup qualifier
68 Tom Neave GBR Honda Noyes Camp Dirt Track Festival qualifier
77 Feran Cardus SPA Pursang Noyes Camp Dirt Track Festival qualifier
90 Aidan Collins GBR Honda 4-time British Dirt Track Champion
95 Raul Cardona SPA Kawasaki Noyes Camp Dirt Track Festival winner
111 Taddy Blazusiak POL KTM 5-time SuperEnduro World Champion
121 Fabrizio Vesprini ITA Honda 2-time FIM Dirt Track Cup Champion
610 Joonas Kylmakorpi FIN Zaeta 5-time Long Track Speedway World Champion

Open-class rider are selected on the basis of 1) their accomplishments in dirt track, enduro, supermoto or speedway at world, European, or national levels; 2) the top five riders from the Rodi-Michelin dirt-track series and five more from the Noyes Camp Dirt Track Festival competition; and 3) the winner of the Noyes Camp Dirt Track Pro Series.