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WSBK coming to Thailand

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Couldn't believe my eyes when i saw the second round of next years World SBK 22nd March was in Buriram Thailand, at the Chang International circuit. I am a big SBK fan and it's great to think it's here just a few hours drive away. Seems an odd choice though, maybe Bangkok but Buriram!! Where will all the riders stay?

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Prolly finding accommodations for all the fans will be the greater challenge, but they are building new hotels in Somtamburi as we speak blog.

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They're not running the superstock classes (they don't run them in the US either), but it should be a great event nonetheless.

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Already making plans to go, can not wait for it, really hoping there will be a track day shortly after the event that I can stick around for!

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i will be there if work allows me.

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I'm already there :-) Looking forward for that big event.

Maybe a business opportunity as well, make a bike camping in my garden 555

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I'm already there :-) Looking forward for that big event.

Maybe a business opportunity as well, make a bike camping in my garden 555

if you do so, i am willingly to stay in your garden with my tent:) I like sleeping in a tent.

I am serious:)

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Making a camping out of my garden was more of a joke then ment serious :-) ( although it's big enough)

But you're welcome to camp in my garden ( I'm a 30 minutes ride away from the track)

During the Super GT last October ( when all the Hotels were fully booked) the Buriram United organisation made a camping on the training fields.

btw LL2: this week I'm leaving for un unexpected trip to Holland and sadly won't be back in time for the trackday on the 6th of December. so I won't be able to say hi. Enjoy your day(s) in Buriram and keep the rubber side down.

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Seems an odd choice though, maybe Bangkok but Buriram!! Where will all the riders stay?

Strange that you mention that. A friend of mine who is a mechanic for one of the SB teams told me a few weeks ago that Thailand was on the calendar, but he was of the impression that the event was in Bangkok.

Then later I saw on the official calendar that Chang circuit was added. Does Bangkok have a circuit that would qualify for WSBK ?

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Making a camping out of my garden was more of a joke then ment serious :-) ( although it's big enough)

But you're welcome to camp in my garden ( I'm a 30 minutes ride away from the track)

During the Super GT last October ( when all the Hotels were fully booked) the Buriram United organisation made a camping on the training fields.

btw LL2: this week I'm leaving for un unexpected trip to Holland and sadly won't be back in time for the trackday on the 6th of December. so I won't be able to say hi. Enjoy your day(s) in Buriram and keep the rubber side down.

no worries bro.

We can catch up as WSBK!

I have some friends in Buri Rum so do not need accommodation there but thanks for the offer.

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