WSBK » Donington Park gets official green light

The Donington Park round of the World Superbike Championship is given the go-ahead after the FIM granted homologation.

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MikeDaveRoss - Unregistered

March 02, 2011 10:19 AM

I was there on the 24th & must say, after a wet/slippery start, the track dried up & showed the excellent job that has been done...the circuit is in prime condition! Work was going on the facilities/access outside of the fencing but i'm sure they will have it up to scratch in a months time! Well done, it was great to be back!

rockingrodders - Unregistered

March 02, 2011 11:45 AM

This is good news. Pleased to see they have improved the toilet facilities, not before time.
Wonder whats happened re the viewing banking along the Dunlop Sraight? Last time I was there most of it had been removed for the new F1 track. Has this been reinstated? And the infield area was a total mess i'e a mud bath. Has this been cleaned up?
Can't help thinking that its the wrong time of year for a round at Donington though!

TDS - Unregistered

March 02, 2011 2:02 PM

I am so pleased Donington is back ! I did not like Silverstone at all last year and would not have gone back there. The Silverstone track is probably O.K. but for spectators is was awfull and did not give any real good views. I much prefer Donington so am really pleased to be going in a few weeks.

antonye - Unregistered

March 02, 2011 3:32 PM

Great news- Donington is one of my favourite tracks to both ride and spectate at. Let's hope that effort has been put into replacing the shocking facilities as well as the track itself!

norville2 - Unregistered

March 02, 2011 3:56 PM

Great new that Donington is back. The best thing about Doningtion was you were able to stand Infield and see most of the track, unlike expensive Silverstone where once the bikes go past you have to wait another minute or so to see them again.

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