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Where to watch WSBK in 2011.

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F#%@ing South African government! Bunch of thieving d#&ks! We had a 5 year racing contract with the WSBK at Kyalami and they stuffed it up after just 2 years by stealing money. We also use to have the MotoGP at Phakisa in Welkom where Rossi won his first race for Yamaha and our thieving government stuffed that one up as well!! Flippin idiots! :p

Vipera - Unregistered

October 08, 2010 8:12 AM

Hmm... three Italian round, and only one British - and still not Brands Hatch... and I also miss a Japanese round. And I think, there should be a race in South America, as well.

Sick Cylinder - Unregistered

October 08, 2010 9:16 AM

Not enogh rounds and a big gap in August where Brands Hatch should be.

They should have a round in Japan - the Japanese wild cards often had top machinery and were capable of springing surprises - plus people like Suzuki might change their opinion of the importance of WSB.

Flossy - Unregistered

October 08, 2010 9:36 AM

Yet again a long drawn out season. Plenty of tracks out there. Lets see atleast another 3 rounds please. Was at brans in 2007 and never felt such an atmosphere.

GIXXER - Unregistered

October 08, 2010 9:50 AM

No brands hatch once again!!!! why do these people keep shooting themselves in the foot? I really dont understand why they cant sort out a reasonable deal and have the race all the fans want.

I for one cant be ****d going to Donnington or Silverstone, funny though how I can make it to Cadwell. Maybe it somthing to do with lake of atmosphere at such balnd open places. Oww and the facilities at brands are much better provided.

Mr D Bacle - Unregistered

October 08, 2010 10:23 AM

i thought they gave vallelunga the flick for good.

Anyway, 27 March surely has to be Valencia and not a guarenteed cold/wet meeting at brands. Pleased about Aragon being added.


October 08, 2010 10:29 AM

Needs at least another 2 rounds, ideally another 4, that's quite disappointing.
I don't think it's ever going back to Brands sadly, both parties need to agree and i can't see the Flammini's or Palmer sitting round the table and sorting it out, seems more about ego from both parties than about anything else.
We really enjoyed Silverstone this year, the campsite made a huge difference..whereas the previous time i went a few years ago was crap. Donington is back on track so maybe that will be in March.....yuk, the uk in March is usually pretty awful and even i would think twice about camping there!

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