Monza Circuit Wants Back to World Superbike

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Following the elimination of the Monza circuit from the 2014 World Superbike calendar due to safety issues, we learned that the company which manages the track is looking to mend things.
Representatives of SIAS, the company which manages the Autodromo Nazionale di Monza have met with Javier Alonso, Executive Director of the Championsion.

Federico Bendinelli expresses SIAS's determination to have more World Superbike racing at Monza in the future. The parts have agreed to organize a circuit inspection by the end of this year, in order to pinpoint the changes needes for a renewal of the track approval by the FIM for 2015.

We can only hope that SIAS and Dorna will reach a common, feasible conclusion so Monza can return to World Superbike racing.

The "Temple of Speed" is 91 years old and is the third oldest permanent circuit in the world and the oldest in Italy. It missed WSBK racing only in 1991 and 1994, while hosting 22 World Superbike rounds with 43 races between 1990 and 2013.

Via WorldSBK.
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