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Where and when to watch BSB

Where and when to watch BSB this year - make sure you've got these dates on your 2012 calendar...

2012 MCE British Superbike Calendar

1. 6/7/8/9 April - Brands Hatch Indy
2. 13/14/15 April - Thruxton
3. 5/6/7 May - Oulton Park International
4. 25/26/27 May - Snetterton 300
5. 22/23/24 June - Knockhill
6. 6/7/8 July - Oulton Park International
7. 20/21/22 July - Brands Hatch GP
8. 25/26/27 August - Cadwell Park
9. 7/8/9 September - Donington Park

2012 MCE British Superbike Championship Showdown events

10. 21/22/23 September - TT Circuit Assen (Netherlands)
11. 28/29/30 September - Silverstone GP
12. 12/13/14 October - Brands Hatch GP



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Michael Rutter - Bathams BMW
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Shane Byrne - Rapid Solicitors Kawasaki
Josh Brookes on the rostrum at Oulton Park
Milwaukee Yamaha`s Josh Brookes
Josh Brookes on the Milwaukee Yamaha
Ryuichi Kiyonari crosses the line to take victory at Oulton Park
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max - Unregistered

January 07, 2012 12:35 PM

So Much for the organisers trying to reduce costs. Having a round at Assen will not help the teams or the spectators. For the teams in the Show down they will have to test there as well so just driving up the costs all the time. British Championship is British so should be on British tracks. The champion ship could go to Anglesea ??. They can not use the excuse no facilities there because Cadwell has no garages and with the lack of proper pits is proberbly the worst circuit logistically to deal with for the big teams



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