WSBK » Jerez joins World Superbike calendar for 2013


Jerez signs three-year deal with WSBK, will host 2013 season finale.

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Jony Man - Unregistered

September 21, 2012 2:35 PM

@Jay Long
Absolutely spot on mate! Aragon races have given plenty of excitment for the past two years, so I guess we all hope Jerez keeps providing the same kind of enthusiasm on WSBK races.

Anyway, at the same time I hope WSBK doesnt become a championship like MGP with too many races held between spain and Italy. Its just not good for the Identity of the championship. Hope they keep the Italian rounds, apart from Imola, but as far as Im concerned, I hope they dont held more than one round per year in the other countries.

Ben1

September 21, 2012 4:46 PM

Motorland Aragon is a great track, I would be surprised if they leave it after only 2 years.

Meanwhile totally agree with Jony Man. Superbike never had the dominance of Spanish tracks and riders MotoGP has. It was good and I hope SBK won't continue that trend.

shamarone

September 21, 2012 8:18 PM

re: "Anyway, at the same time I hope WSBK doesnt become a championship like MGP with too many races held between spain and Italy. Its just not good for the Identity of the championship."

if not existing venues, where else are they going to hold their races...? cape verde...?

lee - Unregistered

September 21, 2012 8:32 PM

looks like writing on the wall for jerez moto gp... though clearly a good move for WSB. though aragon is good event also.
In line with other views, its all a bit spanish and italian, though shouldnt complain with 2 uk races. Laguna is a good move also. However SILVERSTONE is crap for wsb, I have been the last two years and probably wont go again. This year was shambolic - olympics or not, it was a shambles.
Get it over to Brands! I was too young to enjoy the glory days but recent itv4 show said it all.

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