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Sepang, Phakisa Freeway and Misano in - Monza, Istanbul Park, Silverstone and Nurburgring out

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November 29, 2013 4:57 PM

i am a bit gutted about monza. i have always wanted to go there to watch wsb and next year we said we would as it was the last year of there contract and i thought it would be dropped for 2015. another iconic track lost. if only they could sort out that stupid chicane and make a tyre thats works


November 29, 2013 5:04 PM

South Africa?
Has anyone in South Africa even been consulted by Dorna about this possibility?
I heard from someone racing national superbikes there that the Phakisa track had all but fallen into disrepair.


November 29, 2013 6:21 PM

Dorna wants to reduce the costs of racing, so why are there more (expensive) flyaways scheduled? Surely, one the biggest costs in WSBK racing is the travel. And why is the series going to tracks where big crowds are unlikely to attend. It doesn't make sense either to have no flyaways back to back, thereby reducing costs. Are big crowds likely in South Africa, Malaysia and the possible finale in Qatar?

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