New 2014 WSBK race day schedule announced

The Superbike Commission has announced the following revised race day schedule for the 2014 season.

Previously, WSBK race one began at 12:00 and race two 15:30 with WSS at 13:30 local time. Meanwhile the Superstock race has been moved from the start to the end of the day.

WSBK has already announced a change to its Qualifying format, which will now mirror the two-part MotoGP system from 2014.

An FIM statement added that: "A long discussion took place between the members to review the homologation procedure for 2015, especially to review the minimum number of machines to be produced by a manufacturer for the purposes of homologation and to fix the maximum retail price for a model to be homologated."

Sunday schedule:
08.40 – 08.55 Superbike Warm Up
09.05 – 09.20 Supersport Warm Up
09.30 – 09.40 Superstock 1000 Warm Up
10.30 Superbike Race 1
11.40 Supersport Race
13.10 Superbike Race 2
14.15 Superstock 1000 Race

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December 18, 2013 12:13 PM

sharmarone my lack of discipline i never said i cant afford to go nor did i say i want to leave early and if it takes you all year to save £50 you need a better job. before i had my children i used to go to nearly every bsb and british wsbk round and when i started going in 1997 you had a full race card. i have two young girls one is autistic so it makes it hard to go nowadays. but i still go to a few all i was saying was i prefer that something is racing all day. whats your problem ****head

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