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Looks like Andy and the boys have released their 2011 UK schedule without fanfare here on the board:

http://www.superbikeschool.co.uk/schedule.php

 

11 Nov 10

UK Dates announced at Silverstone...

 

The home of F1 & Moto GP is now set to become the home of California Superbike School in the UK.

 

Andy Ibbott School Director; "Silverstone have invested heavily in the circuit with major upgrades to the track configurations and facilities - they are very passionate about motorcyclists and CSS are excited to be a part of it"

 

CSS will be running at the all new Stowe Complex, Southern and National circuit configurations for 2011 UK dates.

 

For a full UK dates listing CLICK HERE

 

European dates to follow in the next few weeks!

 

 

 

Kai

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kai

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I've been away.. LOL tongue.gif

 

Actually knew about them 2 weeks back, but was asked not to release them till they were confirmed, and they were this week.

 

Thanks for being so dilligent my friend.

 

Bullet

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Cobie, Bullet,

 

Any news on the non-uk European schedule? The UK website says "in the following weeks", but it's been 5 long ardeous cold snowy wintery weeks since that, and I sure need something to cheer on these days.

 

Thanks, Kai

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Guys/Gals,

 

These are the additional european dates that are scheduled for 2011.

 

- March 4th and 5th Yas Marina UAE

- April 30th to May 3rd - Spain Calafat, 2 day camp

- May 6th and 7th, Sweden

- May 19th and 20th - Turkey

- May 28th and 29th - Bulgaria

- July 30 and 31st - Bulgaria

- October 2 and 3rd - South Africa

- October 22 and 23rd - Spain, Almeria

 

 

 

Bullet

 

 

 

 

 

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Guys/Gals,

 

These are the additional european dates that are scheduled for 2011.

Awesome, thanks.

 

BTW: Will we meet in Sweden this time around? If not, I'm sure that Spidey, JET and the guys can tell stories about me anyways :P

 

 

Kai

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Silverstone is a fair travel for me but I will do it!

The thing I wondered is, I could be doing with coaching on my low speed stuff, chicaines, tight turns etc so which of the 3 configuration's would be best?

mainly chicaines because the ones at Oulton are killing my lap times!

 

Also does anyone know if your allowed to camp at silverstone?

 

Bobby

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Silverstone is a fair travel for me but I will do it!

The thing I wondered is, I could be doing with coaching on my low speed stuff, chicaines, tight turns etc so which of the 3 configuration's would be best?

mainly chicaines because the ones at Oulton are killing my lap times!

 

Also does anyone know if your allowed to camp at silverstone?

Bobby,

 

The Stowe circuit looks (from the Silverstone circuit maps) like the best option for you.

The South circuit version that I rode in 2009 was pretty open, and from the new map it looks even more open now (they've removed the section with Becketts and the chicane between Club and Farm).

 

Bullet and The Office can probably also provide some good info here.

 

 

Kai

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Morning guys,

 

Hope you've had a wonderful Xmas, and are looking forward to 2011?

 

Ok, yes, I would agree Stowe has the slower more tricky/ slower turns. The national circuit hasn't any slow speed stuff at all, and south has one very tricky turn that you approach at speed and the chicane which is very tricky too. I would therefore concur that stow is the one. Since they changed it last year it really is a completely better circuit and great for coaching on.

 

Bullet

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Just to say, Bobby, that I did Level 1 at Stowe last year and thought it was fine. The fact that there are no real straights is, in fact, good - 'cos CSS is all about turns, right? rolleyes.gif . And I also liked that it's short - means you quickly get back to the turn that you stuffed up on/rode like Rossi last time.

 

The only very small downer is that the turns are mainly lefts. But this is nit-picking.

 

Am going back in April to do Level 2 0057.gif.

 

Craig

 

P.s Sorry, don't know about camping.

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Thanks guys,

Will most likely book stowe for my L4, possibly 2 days!

 

Bobby

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