WSBK Ready to Be Held Today, MGPA Guarantees Mandalika Circuit Passes Homologation

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MANDALIKA – The Mandalika Circuit is ready to hold the 2021 World Superbike (WSBK) race series today. MGPA President Director Ricky Baheramsjah confirmed that the track conditions had passed homologation from the FIM.

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Previously, there were concerns about homologation at the Mandalika Circuit, Indonesia. In fact, it is one of the important conditions before being able to hold a race.

The good news is that the Mandalika Circuit has passed homologation on Thursday (11/18/2021), or two days before the WSBK race takes place. Ricky was happy with the state of the finished track.

“With the completion of homologation, it spurs our enthusiasm to be more all-out in holding a series of WSBK races,” said Ricky.

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“Currently, all the equipment is ready and complete, the organizers and race supporters are also ready. We ask for your prayers and support so that this event runs smoothly and successfully.”

“This is good news for all of us and a great pride considering this circuit is a new circuit,” he explained.

However, news got out that the Mandalika Circuit has only received Grade B homologation. In fact, to hold a MotoGP race, Grade A homologation must be required.

“We have proven that this circuit is feasible and has the quality that meets the requirements to hold an international motorcycle racing event,” said Ricky.

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