World Superbikes Return To Laguna Seca
Big announcement from the World Superbike Series. Next year Laguna Seca will host a round of the WSBK season. No word on the future of Miller Motorsport Park’s race nor on the MotoGP at Laguna Seca, though I believe GP is likely returning. World Superbikes used to race at Laguna Seca until it was replaced with the MotoGP round and the WSBK’s moved over to Miller Motorsports Park. The World Superbike Series produces some of the closest racing in the world and features a wide variety of equipment with very different specifications. For American fans, at the moment WSBK is without an active American rider, though Ben Spies and Colin Edwards, both MotoGP riders, are former series champions. WSBK is televised tape delayed in the USA on SpeedTV. Still, if you enjoy road racing or really any racing and want to see races decided on the track rather than in the pits, WSBK is a series to check out. Next year, you’ll be able to see them at one of the most famous tracks in the US!