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Whilst I agree with Lin Jarvis, I do not concurr with the Idea of "moving out of Europe". However his general opinion reinforces what I have stated many times before, and whilst MotoGP is mostly a European based affair by 61% of the races, it is much worse for WSKB where the dominance of European based races is 73%. It is not, though, the poor financial state of Europe that should motivate a shake up but much rather the fact that if the Sport is said to be a world competition then it must be situated world wide. Is it not absolutely ridiculous that the country that manufactures the most Superbikes does not host one race in WSBK!. Many advantages will be enjoyed from this, 1. Giving kids world wide an opportunity to witness and participate in this great sport, 2. the flexibility of being able to choose where the weather is most ideal (During winter in Europe it is summer in the southern hemisphere!) 3. Cement the general prosperity of the sport. 4. Growth and the financial prosperity o