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Boo, I was at the very first round at Donnington in the paddock where some of the bikes being raced were actually road bikes the day before, particular the RC30's. We had travelled from Brands as the meeting was mixed with the transatlantic trophy. The riders you had then were the same as now, riders on the way up and riders on the way down. Plus Ron Haslam raced as well. In those days there was no SBK as such in the national championship it was Superstock (which made up a chunk of the SBK entries) and F1 and there was an F1 world championship which was less spec than the WSB of today.
Nobody moaned when WSB killed off F1 as F1 seemed too expensive for little gains, then again there wasn't any internet forums.