WSBK » Which circuit would you add to calendar?

There remains one 'TBA' on the provisional 2013 World Superbike Championship calendar, so we want to know which circuit you would pick to fill the void...

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January 29, 2013 1:21 PM

The Indianapolis road course is currently running MotoGP.

And I hope somewhere in the future they can run in Mexico. Telmex honcho Carlos Slim and FIA VP Jose Abed are petitioning on rehab on the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez so F1 racing can return.

peejay-rossi46 - Unregistered

January 29, 2013 9:17 PM

he Salzburgring or the Red Bull Ring both in Austria would fit to my decided ride to the TriDays in Newchurch Austria with my new Triumph StreetTriple after coming back from the TT and the BSBround in Knockhill for the first time. Even it would be nice to get back to the former GPCircuit of Rijeka at the nice coast of the wwarner area near Opatija slovenia, short ride to italy,too. The brand new slovakija ring would be a alternative,too. Im german and I like to discover new countries in unit with the visit of one or two races week to week.

Tommy - Unregistered

January 30, 2013 8:43 AM

I would like to see a race in Rudskogen, Norway. Fantastic track! Hilly and technical. Blind corners and hard to find brake points. Would be fun to have a race in north of europe again since Anderstorp was removed from the calandar.


January 30, 2013 12:29 PM

Pembrey, South Wales!

(hey, I know it has no chance and fewer facilities, but it was good enough for one Mr Troy Bayliss in his GSE Ducati / BSB days to test at. Its also not that far from where I live, so I can dream).

Maybe WSBK in Wales will be able to happen at the new 'Circuit of Wales' to be built near Ebbw Vale in the near future.

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