WSBK » REMINDER: Revised WSBK schedule at Laguna

This weekend's World Superbike Championship round at Laguna Seca will feature one race on the Saturday and one race on the Sunday.

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September 26, 2013 10:47 AM

You can rely on the good old septic tanks to want to change a formula that has been working for years.

Have they not screwed AMA? Now we have 2 races on 2 days.....I'm not saying I don't like the idea, but let's just do this 2 races on Sunday thing until the season and then change the format.

It will be interesting to see how the riders / teams handle this - it will be a big benefit to all in race 1 as if the rider pushes too hard and bins it - the team has a full day (or near enough) to get it all put back together again. It'll be the same for riders - a full day to recover from bumps & bruises.
The truth will be known after the 2nd race!

Julian Bond

September 27, 2013 5:01 PM

I'm sick of this, just like I'm sick of the race days in MotoGP that go Moto2, MotoGP, Moto3.

If I had my way, circuits wouldn't get the series If they can't take the full and normal programme. So Laguna gets WSS and WSB all on a Sunday or not at all. Philip Island can do this and run national championship races as well on Sunday so why can't Laguna? They also manage a full and normal sequence MotoGP race card with one or two national championship races.

While we're at it, can we please get Dorna to avoid WSB and MotoGP on the same day and same timezone or continent.


September 27, 2013 5:26 PM

I'm sick and tired of this sh!t at Laguna. It's my home track and I just wish for once they could host a normal schedule. I've gone 8 years now without being able to watch a moto2 or moto3 race during GP weekend and now they've screwed me out of a Wsbk race plus wss. Miller managed to have wss, wsbk, and AMA sbk all on Sunday so I don't see the issue?

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