WSBK » Liberty to reorganise, commits to WSBK


Liberty Racing reaffirms its commitment to the World Superbike Championship despite confirming it won't be part of the series' first visit to Russia.

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RSMick

August 16, 2012 6:41 PM
Last Edited 745 days ago

Expect another anouncement soon that Smurz, McCormick and Berger have under performed therefore leaving them underfunded.

Serously though it sounds like a press release from any company that is fighting the wolves from the door and administration looms.

Boo I think you are absolutely right except its Liberty blaming claiming Effenbert are withdrawing funding as a result of actions by others when the funding wasn't there in the first place. I am not sure if this beer is a genuine brewery or under license as it is only sold through Liberty outlets. In many trips to the Czech Repulic I have never seen it, the first time I did it was being sold out ot the corner of the Liberty hospitality, not given out.
What is the point of half arse marketing something you can't buy?

Carlos - Unregistered

August 16, 2012 10:19 PM

If teams are pulling out of a World Championship that has 12 of its 14 rounds in Europe then it's sad that races in Japan,China and Middle east countries simply cannot happen.

A serious rethink of WSB is needed for it to survive and at this time i rather watch WSB than MOTOGP

funny beard - Unregistered

August 17, 2012 1:41 PM

Let me translate that statement ,
liberty raceing effenbert is bankcrupt,
the main title sponsor effenbert is owned by the same group that owns the team.
they cant afford the deisel to get there trucks to russia never mind airfreight .!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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