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Daytona 200 Changes Coming

Daytona 200 Changes Coming? by dean adams Sunday, February 09, 2014 It's been rumored for more than a week that the Daytona International Speedway will soon announce that beginning with the 2015 event, the 200 will return to Superbike format 1000cc motorcycles. It was suggested in the infamous...

Published on February 11 2014, 10:11
Source: www.superbikeplanet.com
 

Motorcycle road racing in the US looks set for a revival after its years in the wilderness. Today, the AMA announced that the rights to road racing in the US have been reacquired from the Daytona Motorsports Group, and handed to a consortium led by Wayne Rainey and Chuck Aksland. The KRAVE Group... 

Originally from the June 2007 issue of Cycle World There was a time when a Ducati Superbike ruled the high banks of Daytona, but Cook Neilson's shock win on Cycle mag's Old Blue project SS was 30 years ago. Soon after, Japan hit its racing stride. Sure, Ducati Desmoquattros raced on into the... 

New for 2013, Ducati has added another model to its Superbike range, the long awaited Ducati 1199 Panigale R. Asphalt & Rubber was first to break the news on the "R" version of Borgo Panigale's namesake, so it is fitting that we were one of the first publications to ride this beast — taking part...