Jan 16 2013, 6:40am CST | by Luigi Lugmayr
New Delhi, Jan 16 — The inaugural India round of the Superbike World Championship (WSBK) has been shifted from March to November, citing lack of preparation time, world body for motorcycle racing FIM said.
The organisers, Jaypee Group, welcomed the change on the WSBK calendar.
"It is good that we now get to host the season's final race right after the Formula 1 round so the buzz will be very much there. For the younger fans, a race in March could have clashed with their annual exams," the official told IANS.
The changes were incorporated in the WSBK calendar released Wednesday. The 2013 season begins in Phillip Island, Australia.
However, the visit of the FIM officials to the BIC later in the week will go on as planned.
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