WSBK » Infront: India visit shows added value

Infront says the decision to visit India for the first time in 2013 will give participating manufacturers 'added value' to promote their products in a crucial market.

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kirk66 - Unregistered

June 10, 2012 2:53 PM

So, Spain tracks not withstanding, what is the average attendance of the rounds in GB and Europe? Seems that American round WSBK & GP races are averaging about 60k daily attendence. Honestly, the AMA races are averaging near that. It seems to me that unless you are a spaniard you will never see daily attendence over 85k. I think that people are growing slightly tired of the same guys placing in the top 5 all the time. It feels like everyone racing from slot 10 back are just filling the grid and that makes for boring racing in a lot of cases.
The more I think about it the more I enjoy watching Supersort racing from any series. Those kids and their bikes seem to make racing closer and more exciting than the Superbikes or GP here lately.

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