WorldSBK returns to Eastern Europe and fun is promised for all
As preparations are underway for the Acerbis Czech Round this weekend with the MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship heading to the Automotodrom Brno for the first time since 2012, excitement is building between fans and riders alike. With children under the age of 15 offered free access into the circuit, it is set to be a family fuelled event.
Welcoming back the world famous Paddock Show into the Brno paddock, the fan orientated stage continues to grow bigger and better – not to mention the addition of the Podium format. Live action will begin on stage from Friday, with all sessions live. But the action will also feature Sofa Race chat shows, interactive quiz’s and the Opening Day shows.
Saturday is when the action really begins for all, with the very first Race Show on offer for fans to witness. Heading straight from the podium to the Paddock Show stage to be greeted by their adoring fans, you can have the first opportunity to see the race heroes up close. Whilst after all on track action has finished, there is the opportunity to attend the WorldSSP, WorldSSP300 and STK1000 meet ‘n’ greet. Sunday will welcome the unique race shows for all four races, as well as autograph sessions and race chats, so you don’t miss out seeing any of the stars of the show.
If the racing action on track gets your adrenaline pumping, then you can head out for your own on track battle with the Go Kart and Pit Bike track which is open from 10.00 to 20.00 from Friday to Sunday. If that’s not enough, there is the racing simulator set up all weekend to experience the thrill of racing, without heading out on track.
The Fan Zone will be open in the Acerbis Czech Round once again, offering plenty for fans to see and do throughout the weekend. Acerbis and Shad will have their products on display, offering fans a chance to enjoy their motorcycle gear. You can enjoy a glass of fizz from the Prosecco DOC stall as you take a look at some WorldSBK merchandise, or the Honda bikes on display. It’s not just fun for adults either, as a mini bike track will be on offer.
There will also be an alternative angle for the fans to watch the action from this weekend, as MOTUL invite you to watch the action from their action box throughout the weekend – the same box bike roll through to get to the all new Parc Ferme.
Don’t miss out on the on track action this weekend too, with all the action on the WorldSBK VideoPass from Friday to Sunday.