MotoGP » Russian F1 circuit hoping for MotoGP, WSBK


“We are working through the possibility of hosting motorcycle racing of [the] highest level: MotoGP, World Superbike, and others”

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Makrus

January 02, 2013 9:23 AM

Whats wrong with
Sepang (ok it was just before the turn of the century)
Shanghai
Aragon
Buddh international.
There is a few great tracks IMO
Circuit of americas I haven't seen the bikes go round yet but it looked great when f1 went there.
All the others I haven't seen to be honest, but the guys not a total waste of space.

andrew2k

January 02, 2013 11:50 AM

Of all tracks that MotoGP could run on,I would prefer to see Motegi, Le Man and Laguna Seca be dropped from the calendar while returning Suzuka and Paul Ricard to the calendar while moving the existing american round to Sonoma(In place of Laguna Seca).

Overall if you were ask me, track/circuit design is an lost art and simpily because designers no longer are thinking outside of the box.

oleonhenryhonda - Unregistered

January 02, 2013 1:50 PM

You can't drop laguna Seca it's just to good, b nice to see moto2 and moto3 ride there though. I thought WSBk already raced in Russia 2012 season (Biaggi took Haslam out from what I recall). And what about the new proposed circuit in Wales, 2 motogp races in Uk would be great, and just for good measure add Donnington back in as well so we get 3races.

Capt Douche - Unregistered

January 02, 2013 9:17 PM

Please use some tracks with elevation changes! that's whats missing from a lot of the new tracks!
Interlagos, Brno, Laguna Seca, Kyalami etc all are good with the 3rd dimension. Flat tracks suck

Koeiekut - Unregistered

January 03, 2013 3:15 PM

please no more of these wide, no camber at all tracks. they only show what the best tires and material can do, not what riders can do. that is why oldskool tracks not built by oil money are so great

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