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The FIM confirms an expanded 15-round schedule for 2013 with Jerez, Laguna Seca and Buddh joining the calendar, but Misano, Brno and Miller Motorsports Park are missing.

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Moto1138 - Unregistered

October 06, 2012 2:39 PM

Wow, no Miller next year. I hope tha TBA is somewhere in the eastern half of the US. I can go to Laguna, but those fans from the other half will have a long trek.

Liam48

October 06, 2012 3:30 PM

Ohhh yes! They are going back to Laguna Seca. That is a much better track than Miller Motorsports Park.

Wasn't Sepang on the calendar.

I would love to see a return of Austria to the calendar.

Jant

October 06, 2012 4:13 PM

On one hand we have Laguna Seca comeback, which is an absolutely brilliant news.

On the other hand Brno is missing. I truly hope the Czech Rep. round is the one to be announced. Just that, and we'll have the best calendar since a long time.

Boo - Unregistered

October 06, 2012 6:43 PM

It's a shame about Brno, though I wonder if the Eastern European market is now being catered for by the Russian event. I prefer Misano to Imola too.

Would love to see an event in Japan, but it seems unlikely to appear in that available date.

It'll probably go to a Spanish circuit now Dorna are involved, but as someone said above, the Red Bull Ring in Austria wouldn't be a bad choice now it has been renovated. Might just convince KTM to enter too...

Wsbkisthereal - Unregistered

October 06, 2012 8:13 PM

Good to include Buddh. Amazing circuit and good to see wsbk expanding from europe to russia, india and becoming international series from what was european series. Bring it on!

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