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WSBK Homologation: Only 1000 Units In Two Years Required
yes, 1000
by staff
Saturday, February 22, 2014

This just in from the FIM:

FIM Superbike World Championship New homologation procedure
The FIM is pleased to announce that a new homologation procedure has been approved by a majority within the Superbike Commission.

It is a common intention to bring the homologation requirements in line with the current situation of the motorcycle industry and markets worldwide.

The major impact of the new regulation is related to the total required number of units to be produced:

  • The minimum number of units to start the homologation procedure will be 125.

  • At the end of the first year of participation, manufacturers will have to reach
    250 units.

  • At the end of the second year of participation, manufacturers will have to reach 1000 units.

    The Superbike Commission will follow closely the production plan of each manufacturer in order to control the minimum number of units produced as above and guarantee the fairness of competition.

    The Superbike Commission are still considering further improvements to the new rules and discussions will be held in Phillip Island, Australia, during the first Round of the WSBK Championship (21-23 February).

    A full description will be included inside the WSBK technical regulations 2014 that will be updated on the FIM website in the following days.

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