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USA 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.
The World Superbike Championship returns to the iconic Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca this weekend and with it comes a different schedule to the norm.

Sharing the bill with the final round of the domestic AMA series, a revised World Superbike timetable will see the two races split between Saturday and the Sunday, rather than both take place on the Sunday.

With no World Supersport action taking place, the first day of World Superbike action will see FP1, Q1 and Q2 take place, with FP2, Superpole and the first race of the weekend occurring on the Saturday. Sunday's shorter schedule will comprise of warm-up and race two.

Laguna Seca WSBK schedule (All times in GMT):

FRIDAY
Free Practice 1 – 19.45
Qualifying 1 – 22.30
Qualifying 2 – 01.15 (Saturday)

SATURDAY
Free Practice 2 – 17.00
Superpole – 19.00
Race 1 – 22.00

SUNDAY
Warm-up – 19.50
Race 2 – 22.00


Tagged as: Laguna Seca

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RFS131

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?

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.



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