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Michael Guy  says:

2013 WSB Calendar confirmed

The 15 round World Superbike Calendar has been confirmed in Magny Cours today. The unconfirmed race on 23 June is expected to take place in Brno, Czech Republic. 24 February       Australia                        Phillip Island 10 March           India                             Buddh Circuit 7 April               Spain                             Aragon 28 April             The Netherlands             Assen 12 May              Italy                              Monza 26 May              UK                                Donington 9 June               Portugal                        Portimao (STC) 23 June             Tba                              ...

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Mar 08

Posts: 127

gryczon says:

Amazing Laguna Seca!

I just wanted to write here my wish WSBK would add Laguna Seca (or place it alongside Miller Park, which is more fitted to MotoGP in my opinion) and what I see? Laguna is here:DDD great great job! great great great job fellas! Jerez also good to see. I just don't understand there's one Italian round which was supposed to disappear as the track wasn't up to the standard WSBK riders expected (and Pirelli tyres produced) but another Misano isn't there. Well I don't miss Misano as it's boring track so TBA looks interesting - for me Japan round is a must be there and if not maybe another US (Austin?) or South American round would be great.

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Apr 05

Posts: 61

Jeff44 says:


Wish they would go back to Hockenheim in Germany,very fast and made for some superb races!

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Aug 02

Posts: 171

may c says:


sadly they buggered up the track its not the same as it was in wsb days

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Sep 10

Posts: 836

CBR11X says:

I agree. Nurburgring is not my favourite track, but the old Hockenheim track is now dead and buried, and the new version is but a castrated shadow of its former glory.

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Apr 06

Posts: 1217

CosherB says:

i doubt the 'new' Hockenheim would pass the FIM homologation on safety grounds - end of the pit straight and turn 11 has barriers too close to the track, hence the Nurburgring.  could also go back to Oschersleben?

i doubt that WSB will now go back to Monza, in the same way that Brands Hatch is now off-limits.

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Aug 02

Posts: 1541

superbol says:


It just dont make sense !

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Mar 09

Posts: 33

kwakakid says:


on provisional calender Monza was omitted, was hoping it was left off after last years cock up!!!! Never again to shitaly!!!!!!!!

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Apr 06

Posts: 1217

CosherB says:

superbol - most corners at Brands just don't have the required run-off areas for international motorsport.  i too miss crowds of 125,000 on a balmy summers day in August, sadly that isn't enough these days to justify a WSB round there.  now consigned to the history books - a pity for such an amazing ribbon of tarmac.

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