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Gary Pinchin  says:

BSB 2011 dates announced

The 2011 BSB calendar has been announced today by series promoters MotorSport Vision (MSV). The twelve events include a return to the historic Donington Park circuit, which has re-opened under the guidance of owner Kevin Wheatcroft, and the new Snetterton '300'. It was recently confirmed that Norfolk's Snetterton circuit would be comprehensively redeveloped ahead of the 2011 season, and the sixth...

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yammy7r

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yammy7r says:

Brands

Why three times at brands, I know its a great circuit I've been there many times watching WSB, but 3 times, why not Cadwell getting two rounds again, or if the new Snetterton is as good as it sounds it could have two rounds

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chrislindawatson

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3 Brands BSB meetings!

I totally agree with you us "up north" find Brands just that bit too far to do in a day not to mention the expense! Mallory is pretty much central for a lot of people to go to and its not on the calender how mad is that,  3 rounds is not fair, we could do with someone wi a bit o clout to take the protest further!:mad:

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thestig08

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thestig08 says:

3 Rounds anywhere is too many

Surely no one wants three rounds at any circuit at a championship of this level, god it takes me back to when you had circuit specialists like Chatterton and Tuxworth at Cadwell,That aside I thought as many did that two meetings at Cadwell was superb,also as some have stated why can't Rockingham get back into the game? I thought it was a superb venue,also Silverstone in the mid summer would have been a better idea with all the space they have for camping etc its a waste at that time of the season,not a fan of the place but nothing wrong with Donington coming back as its at least another circuit,shame to see mallory dip out and sorry to our Very northern fans but is there any point in another wash out at Knockhill nothing against the place but how many times has it happened?,back to the point there are better alternatives than 3 meetings at one venue, come on MSV be a bit more creative

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ijpain002

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ijpain002 says:

bsb 2011 dates

just a few lines to say how disgusted i am that there are 3 rounds at brands hatch this next season. this is supposed to be the british superbikes not the kent superbikes or the southern superbikes or even god forbid the johnathon palmer superbikes as there seems to be a glut going to his tracks. we need  the rounds more evenly spread and so what if it rains at knockhill if you want the good weather all the time you need to spend all your time at the circuits in spain and watch the spanish championships. also it was a sad day when the GP,S went to silverstone ,yes they have spent loads of money on this track and boy do they want to make sure they get their money back. it was great for ordinary people to turn up with their chairs and little tents to sit at the side of donnington track now you are pressured to buy grandstand tickets whether you want to or not , herded into them like battery chickens and then pay a fortune for a burger ,bacon roll or cup of coffee, nearly formula one prices.   the great thing about BSB  was that it was priced for the ordinary family pocket who could not afford a formula one experience not without taking out a second mortgage anyway .  well thats the end of my rant just think about spreading out these races a bit more evenly  for ALL the supporters out there

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honwal

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honwal says:

i like mallory, but i think why they have dropped it is the bikes have outgrown this circuit, but as already said 3 meetings at one track is one too many, and i only live half hour from brands, in these cash strapped times it would have been fairer to give another non round track a round to boost local economy

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davidclaridge

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race tracks

i have followed bike racing since 1948.when i went to my ist meet.it was motocycling silverstone saturday.how many of you remember that ? well the point i wish to make.is i think 3 meetings at one track is one to many.why not give all the west of england fans a chance by holding a round at castle coombe.i am sure a good attendance would be guarenteed. iff not.how about two rounds at silverstone or thruxton.better than three at one place

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wallyj

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wallyj says:

race tracks

Give a round to the new ANGELSEY CIRCUIT watched a trackday there last year,

track is superb what a place.

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