1992 FIM Superbike European Championship
With the standalone European Superbike races abolished just 7 weeks before the season was set to start, the title of European Champion would go to whichever of the European-licenced World Championship competitors scored highest from the European rounds on the calendar. Though only each rider's 10 best results counted towards their score only 4 riders made enough appearances for that to matter, and of them it was the Marlboro-sponsored Spaniard Daniel Amatriaín who was consistently the best performer. In this championship within a championship on-track battles between competitors were rare, but Adrien Morillas and Piergiorgio Bontempi's double wins at the final two rounds were impressive in their own right - Bontempi's European Championship win at Monza even counted as 3rd in the World Championship.
|1992-04-05||1||Albacete||World Superbike Spanish Round||Go!|
|1992-04-20||2||Donington Park||World Superbike British Round||Go!|
|1992-05-10||3||Hockenheim||World Superbike German Round||Go!|
|1992-05-24||4||Spa-Francorchamps||World Superbike Belgian Round||Go!|
|1992-06-21||5||Jarama||World Superbike Andorra Round||Go!|
|1992-06-28||6||Österreichring||World Superbike Austrian Round||Go!|
|1992-07-19||7||Mugello||World Superbike San Marino Round||Go!|
|1992-09-13||8||Assen (Short)||World Superbike Dutch Round||Go!|
|1992-10-04||9||Monza||World Superbike Italian Round||Go!|
Can You Help?
The following official results are currently missing:
1992-05-10 Hockenheim: Free Practice - Group A, Free Practice - Group B, Qualifying 1 - Group A, Qualifying 1 - Group B, Qualifying 2 - Group A, Qualifying 2 - Group B, Qualifying 3 - Group A, Qualifying 3 - Group B, Warm-Up, Consolation Warm-Up, Consolation Race
1992-07-19 Mugello: Free Practice, Warm-Up
Copies of any of these results would be greatly appreciated. If you have any additional information about this season's races or riders, please contact me!