Will this move by WSB bosses get you to watch the series again?

Here’s what we’ve just been sent by the championship – it’s going three-races per weekend for next year, just like we told you it could back in MAY. Check out that story from back then HERE.

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This is the official statement by WSB:

Looking ahead to 2019, FIM and Dorna WSBK Organization have announced some updates to the 2019 MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship race day schedule, which will welcome three races held over one weekend for the first time in the series history.

Sticking with the now traditional Race One on Saturday at 14.00h, this will open the weekend and will be the same duration. For the first time ever, Sunday will see the dawn of a short sprint race format at 11.00h. The weekend will conclude for the WorldSBK class with Race Three at 14.00h with usual duration, for all rounds held inside Central European Time.  

Preparing for what is set to be a sensational weekend full of pure WorldSBK