Moto GP Super Bike Schedule 2011

Discussion in 'Festivals & Events - S.E. Asia' started by ray23, Mar 26, 2011.

  1. ray23

    ray23 Ol'Timer

    MOTO GP:

    Date Grand Prix (Circuit)
    March 20th Qatar* (Losail)
    April 3rd Spain (Jerez)
    April 24th Japan (Motegi)
    May 1st Portugal (Estoril)
    May 15th France (Le Mans)
    June 5th Catalunya (Catalunya)
    June 12th Great Britain (Silverstone)
    June 25th Netherlands** (Assen)
    July 3rd Italy (Mugello)
    July 17th Germany (Sachsenring)
    July 24th United States*** (Laguna Seca)
    August 14th Czech Republic (Brno)
    August 28th Indianapolis (Indianapolis)
    September 4th San Marino & Riviera di Rimini (Misano)
    September 18th Aragón (MotorLand)
    October 16th Australia (Phillip Island)
    October 23rd Malaysia (Sepang)
    November 6th Valencia (Ricardo Tormo – Valencia)


    Here are the dates:

    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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  3. DavidFL

    DavidFL Administrator Staff Member

    Thanks Ray, I've been too busy the last few months.
  4. johngooding

    johngooding Ol'Timer

    The Japanese GP at Motegi, has been rescheduled to run on Sunday 2nd October.
  5. jsbkk

    jsbkk Ol'Timer

    Chk out this horrifying incident at the last SBK competition

    Oncoming SBK race on April 17th , Brit. Tom Stykes is the guy to watch on his new ZX-10R who was heading for the podium till the last 5 laps when his bike crashed.

    It was very bold attempt indeed.
  6. DavidFL

    DavidFL Administrator Staff Member

    Tomorrow Sunday 17th April, there's a double on
    F1 Shanghai from 1PM
    followed by Superbikes
    should be a good group at the X-Centre.
    Do the Samoeng loop first?
    Late brekky at the Euro, then hit the Samoeng loop to end up at the X-Centre for an arvo on the goggle box watching motorsports?

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