WSBK » Phillip Island extends WSBK contract


Phillip Island will continue to host Australia's round of the World Superbike Championship until 2017.

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Bruce - Unregistered

March 02, 2013 6:25 PM

Facilities are crap at Phillip Island for wsbk. There's no grandstands at all. It's just not up to world standard for spectators. It's a top track & pits are great BUT what about shocking lack of facilities for general public ???
When will there ever be an enclosed permanent grandstand built on Gardner Straight ? Permanent toilets ? Ect I'm not going back till it improves

paul - Unregistered

March 07, 2013 2:50 AM

As a Sydneysider I congratulate Phillip Island, must be one of the worlds best locations, however the way that Dorna is heading I doubt if there will be a WSBK in 2017.
I beleive that the intent will be to degrade SBK whilst trying to push Moto GP. It's time the old guys like Carmello made way for a new leadership that is in touch with what the fans want also. After all if they change SBK too much we just won't attend. Time for the promoters and teams to have a think tank on the future plans of Dorna. I for one would certainly support a breakaway series if it meant better events.

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