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Gary Pinchin  says:

British Superbikes to race at Assen in 2012

The 2012 MCE Insurance BSB calendar has been announced today (Monday) by series promoters MSVR and will incorporate a round of the championship at Assen, Holland for the first time in the history of the series. A field of 32 riders and 16 Elite teams representing six manufacturers conforming to brand new, ground breaking technical regulations will contest a new look...

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leecho

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leecho says:

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thing we will no is that one of the spanish championship rounds will be held at cadwell, whats going on ?

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grandadal

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grandadal says:

what ???????

No croft or Mallory...but 3 brands,2 oulton assen? this just gets dafter,great final race last year but the championship should be over all the races & points. to much meddling again, sorry msvr you wont be getting my support.will watch on tv and go to scarbrough,croft,and the clubmans racing greedy sods

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1batfink

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1batfink says:

Goodbye BSB...

soon it will be changing names to ESB 'european superbikes' come on MSVR use more great BRITISH tracks rather than dropping UK circuits and going to europe.

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likesitfast

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likesitfast says:

grandadal

If you checked out the net you'd find it's not MSVR making the call over Croft but the restrictions placed on it by the local council. Croft is only able to opperate 40 days a year. If you have any issues don't slag MSVR off but Croft's local council members!!!!

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petedj

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petedj says:

palmer strikes again

"I'm only in it for the money" palmer strikes again. 3 rounds at Brands? Tough luck for Croft and Mallory not doing enough to pay for his helicopter. Bike fans? not interested - give me the money.

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holestonecowboy

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mondello

This is nothing new. Sure they took the series to mondello park in the republic of ireland in 2006 and 2007.

 

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sweetness34

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sweetness34 says:

British ???

Let me see if I’ve got this straight it’s called the BRITISH Superbike Championship??? No Northern Ireland? How many Dutch teams are there in BSB....??? How many Irish teams?? No Wales (Anglesey not getting a shout Mr P??). And one race North of Oulton? In the days of cutting costs where is the economic sense on taking teams to Holland??? Sorry but the logic behind this totally escapes me.

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sweetness34

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sweetness34 says:

British ???

Let me see if I’ve got this straight it’s called the BRITISH Superbike Championship??? No Northern Ireland? How many Dutch teams are there in BSB....??? How many Irish teams?? No Wales (Anglesey not getting a shout Mr P??). And one race North of Oulton? In the days of cutting costs where is the economic sense on taking teams to Holland??? Sorry but the logic behind this totally escapes me.

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Eddy998

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Eddy998 says:

BSB or is it WSB??

Not too sure where this is going to end up!!!!!!!!! Maybe they could have a round in Jerez or Motorland, for that matter!!!!!! Don't reckon that the WSB organisers are going to be too happy somehow!!!!!!!!!!! Ciao

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thestig08

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thestig08 says:

Rubbish idea

For several reasons,The cost for the teams ,the cost for the fans.especially those who who follow all season to find they may not have the time or the money to travel to assen,for those that want to travel there has always been wsb or moto gp rounds,there also used to be european championships bridging the gap between bsb and moto gp,this on top of what is no longer a season long championship in the true sense of the word,It's a bad idea full stop,why not go the whole hog and call it the champion of brands,thats been done as well btw

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