goodbye

The World SBK Sepang 2015 ended with a spectacular dogfight between Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki Racing Team) and Chaz Davies (Aruba.it Ducati Superbike Team) and it might be the end of World SBK race in Sepang Malaysia.

Sepang International Circuit (SIC) announced that they no longer will continue with World SBK due to a disappointing response from the ticket last. The inaugural World SBK in Sepang was in 2014 and SIC recorded an encouraging 34,000 ticket sales however in 2015, only 22,000 tickets were sold. This disappointing news was aired over the radio early this morning.

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Not a pro rider, never a racer, not very technical savvy; just a plain old fashion speed freak and for sure someone who loves to ride. Love both 4 and 2 wheels.