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December 01, 2013 4:20 PM

WSBK » 2014 World Superbike calendar announced

I guess where WSBK go to is dictated by money and politics rather than where it could go. If I owned the series and money wasn't the driving factor (and safety issues could be overcome at some of the tracks), I would think about (in no particular order): Phillip Island, Donington, Brands Hatch, Jerez, Valencia, Magny-Cours, Hockenheim, Spa Francorchamps, Laguna Seca, Kyalami, A-1 Ring, Portimao, Misano, Mugello, with Suzuka a reserve or replacement.


November 29, 2013 6:21 PM

WSBK » 2014 World Superbike calendar announced

Dorna wants to reduce the costs of racing, so why are there more (expensive) flyaways scheduled? Surely, one the biggest costs in WSBK racing is the travel. And why is the series going to tracks where big crowds are unlikely to attend. It doesn't make sense either to have no flyaways back to back, thereby reducing costs. Are big crowds likely in South Africa, Malaysia and the possible finale in Qatar?

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