Motul Fim Superbike World Championship
29, 30 September and 1 October 2017
After a great success for Kawasaki with Jonathan Rea and Tom Sykes who finished first and second in the 2016 edition; the multiple victories for Chaz Davies with Ducati; and the ‘Kentucky Kid’ (the 2006 MotoGP World Champion), who is very pleased with his new CBR1000RR SP2 and hopes to quickly take the lead in the competition; 2017 really looks like being a competitive season.
In the Supersport category, the runner-up of the 2016 World Championship, does not wish to leave it at that. He says: “I want to be the best Jules Cluzel I have ever been“, as for the second Frenchman, Lucas Mahias, he is convinced that “the Yamaha can win races and the Championship“, and hopes to pull the rug from under the feet of his French compatriot.
For their 11th round, the riders will scrape their knees and pu down a lot of rubber on the Circuit of Nevers Magny-Cours. You have been warned !
Ready to put your head upside-down with the BLACKLINER Freestyle Show? On the program are back-flips and dizzying jumps on Saturday on the starting grid and Sunday in the circuit village.
Your children in the spotlight
The Circuit of Nevers Magny-Cours offers an introduction to motor bikes for children aged from 6 to 13. This activity, which is totally free, must be reserved in advance by contacting :
Are you dreaming of meeting your favourite riders?
Walk across the paddock, you’ll see their team rushing around, their trucks all as beautiful as each other, and then join us for the “pitwalk” *, walking along the pit-lane where you will see their pit garage, their bikes, and above all, you can take a picture with them and get an autograph.
Are you an undisputed fan? Don’t hesitate to demonstrate it!
*Available with the corresponding ticket
The calendar of events is subject to change by the relevant sporting federations or the organisers of the events.
CIRCUIT NEVERS MAGNY-COURS
Technopôle, 58470 Magny-Cours
Tel. 03 86 21 80 00
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