Motorcycle Racing News 2010 World Superbike returns to Miller

2010 World Superbike returns to Miller

The third annual visit of the Superbike World Championship (SBK) to Utah will feature some unique changes and features, not the least of which is the fact that the races will take place on Memorial Day (Monday, May 31). This will be the first time in the series’ history that races will be held on a day other than Sunday.

"We’re really looking forward to our 2010 World Superbike event," said Miller Motorsports Park senior vice president/general manager John Larson, "and we’re pulling out all the stops to make it the must-attend motorcycle racing event of the year. Racing on Monday is going to be exciting and, as usual, the racing is going to be spectacular. We have a number of exciting features that we’ll be announcing in the next couple of months, but we wanted to get our three-day tickets on sale early and give fans the opportunity to give the gift of speed for the holidays."

Last year’s SBK race event was an event-filled weekend in the Salt Lake City area featuring the Ducati Streetfighter Premiere, group rides, specials, concerts and other related fun.

The 2010 SBK USA General Admission Weekend Package are on sale now. You can spend your 2010 Memorial Day weekend at the races from Saturday, May 29 through to Monday, May 31. The 3-Day Weekend General Admission Package includes general admission for all 3 days and paddock passes (required to enter the paddock area). Your Saturday admission also includes a concert scheduled after the races.

General admission just allows entry onto the Miller Motorsports Park grounds. It is recommended that you bring a lawn chair, as there is no seating provided. Your general admission ticket does not allow you entrance into the Grandstands. You can buy your 2010 Miller World Superbike (SBK) Tickets here.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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