BSB 2021

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Apical
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BSB 2021

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The calendar is out for BSB 2021
Eleven 11 rounds at the usual circuits AFAIK https://www.britishsuperbike.com/events/2021/

No Assen for BSB at this stage.

Rory Skinner the youngest ever winner, in its 32 year history, of the British Supersport 600 Championship, moves up to superbikes.
Rory will be riding a Kawasaki for the Factory backed Kawasaki Team FS-3 Racing.

Aussie Lachlan Epis will be going back again. I hope 2021 turns out better for Epis. He completed one race at Brands last year. Had a big crash there at the final round in 2020. Epis turns 21 this month. He already has plenty of racing experience & should improve in the highly competitive BSB arena.

Josh Brookes and Jason O'Halloran will fly the flag for Australia, no doubt.
"Faster, faster, until the thrill of speed overcomes the fear of death," Hunter S Thompson

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Re: BSB 2021

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Brandon Paasch is returning to BSB to ride a Triumph.
B.P. has done well in MotoAmerica, won the British Moto3/ MotoStar. Done some CEV races.
Six foot one and not yet 20 years old, B.P. may be a big lad, but he can ride.

Should know his way around most of the circuits visited by BSB this year.

Then maybe the Moto2 world championship in 2022

http://bikerkaz.com/dynavolt-triumph-we ... -for-2021/

https://www.roadracingworld.com/news/ro ... on-paasch/
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Schwantz34
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Re: BSB 2021

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The world stage is missing strong American and Japanese riders, hopefully Beaubier, Gerloff and maybe Paasch a bit later can bring the US and A up to speed. On the Japanese note I'm intrigued to see how this lad Mizuno goes in BSB..........

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Re: BSB 2021

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I've read a bit on the new riders and returners. Hopefully we'll see them in the mix. But, my main interest is whether Glenn Irwin can do what he failed to do last year.

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