Round 2 of the British Superbike Championships will take place on 17-19 April 2015 at the Brands hatch Indy Circuit in Kent. Shane Byrne, on his Kawasaki, won both races at this circuit last year and will be hoping for a repeat performance.
Since starting out as a dirt track motorcycle circuit in 1926, Brands Hatch has undergone a series of major improvements in recent years and now attracts some of the biggest international events on the motor calendar, becoming the busiest race circuit in Europe.
All riders will be looking for dry conditions over the race weekend, as wet conditions can make the course more challenging.
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17-19 April - Check the Brands Hatch forecast for the final round of the British Superbike Championships.
The Indy Circuit at Brands Hatch, which is being used for Round 2 of the British Superbike Championship, has hosted a wide variety of motorsport including Touring Cars, Superbikes and Truck Racing.
Racing at Brands Hatch dates back to 1926 when grass track bike racing began. The current circuit is just less than 2 kilometres in length and contains 6 turns as well as cambers and hills. In 2012 the circuit was used for the Road Cycling events during the London Paralympic games.
More information about the circuit and venue can be found on the Brands Hatch website.
Superbike races have been affected by extreme weather in the past. In 2014 heavy rain at the Brands Hatch circuit led to the champion-elect Shane Byrne crashing out.
For further information about the event, check the official British Superbike Championships website.
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