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Michael Guy  says:

WSB make history with 10 year deal to race in Russia

The World Superbike Championship will embark on a new era after announcing a ten year deal with Yakhnick Motorsport to bring WSB to Russia. The first race at the new Moscow Raceway circuit takes place on 24th to 26th August 2012 and marks the first time a world level motorsport event will take place in Russia. MCN are currently in Moscow where...

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Dec 10

Posts: 242

blue200tdi says:

We heard you the first time ratchetman! lol

Russia? Hmmm, F1 is trying to get into Russia, personally, I'd not go to either, too much hassle with visas ETC, not to mention corruption. Still, I suppose corrupt businessmen throwing money at the manufacturers is what they are after.

In Asia 99% of bikes are scooters, anything else is just way too expensive. Why, in this economic climate, when teams have rules to save money, are they going further afield?

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Mar 06

Posts: 33

cw46 says:


Its good that another country will be given the chance to hold a good race series, but the 2 brothers should concentrate on getting WSB back at brands. would be SOOO much better watching them there than at Silverstone.

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Sep 05

Posts: 58

polhouse says:

We need WSB on TV

If they want to improve their penetration, the Flamini bros should do more to get WSB on terrestrial TV and not just eurosport.  Bike racing is not football or even F1, and the mainstream will not subscribe to watch bike racing.  Biking needs new interest from the non biking fraternity if it is to grow in popularity.

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Aug 09

Posts: 64

Shepshep says:


Anyone heard any rumours on what is happening to vermeulen and Haga?

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Jul 08

Posts: 1570

jamieg999 says:

It helps the "world" aspect a bit

but I bet the russian mafia have already spent the money on a football club and Dorna will be forced to give Vladimir Putin a ride...

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Jul 08

Posts: 1570

jamieg999 says:

or even Flamini

Or Flaminiski as they'll be known soon

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Dec 08

Posts: 77

doctorfrank says:


Watched an interesting news extra on the poverty,corruption and shocking living standards many russians are forced to live in........I'm sure they'll be extactic at the thought's of WSB coming.

Why can't the organisers be content with current profit's and service the market's and supporter's they already have ?

Cos of all the greedy bastards like bankers and ecclestone and dorna etc is why we are all in this shit now.



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