2011 WSBK calendar

Where to watch WSBK in 2011.
A provisional version of the 2011 World Superbike calendar has been announced by the FIM.

The list contains 13 events, the same as in 2010, although two of them - a new European event and Italy - are still 'to be announced'.

Valencia, Imola and Kyalami are absent, while the new Portimao round will be the season finale...

February 27 Australia Phillip Island
March 27 Europe t.b.a
April 17 The Netherlands Assen
May 8 Italy Monza
May 30 (Monday) United States Miller Motorsport Park
June 12 San Marino Misano
June 19 Spain Motorland Aragon
July 10 Czech Republic Brno
July 31 Great Britain Silverstone
September 4 Germany Nurburgring
September 25 Italy t.b.a
October 2 France Magny Cours
October 16 Portugal Portimao

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Vipera - Unregistered

October 08, 2010 8:12 AM

Hmm... three Italian round, and only one British - and still not Brands Hatch... and I also miss a Japanese round. And I think, there should be a race in South America, as well.

Sick Cylinder - Unregistered

October 08, 2010 9:16 AM

Not enogh rounds and a big gap in August where Brands Hatch should be. They should have a round in Japan - the Japanese wild cards often had top machinery and were capable of springing surprises - plus people like Suzuki might change their opinion of the importance of WSB.

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