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Carmelo Expletive strikes again. The "improved management" of WSBK is doing a great job. Already changes are happening. The calendar is much more flexible. will this help me plan my trip to the U.K. for the TT some BSB a bit of WSBK and a Gp or two. NO. i don't think it will. Turkey is a good circuit I would love to see bikes back at the Autodromo. Istanbul Park. The problem is Istanbul Park is Not in Spain! so the will not get a round. Carmelo & his cronies want what they want. In my opinion Turkey doesn't fit in with their plans. Good luck to the Turks with their bid. fingers crossed. In my opinion the A-1 ring is not a great circuit, there have been good races there in the past. the O-ring was an awesome track. of corse international motorcycle racing will not return to the Osterreichring. Have a look at the video from the early nineties. I can remember Anthony Gobert on the Muzzy zxr750 performing huge slides off the turns. The on track action at Phillip island was good bu



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