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Old 11 Oct 2017, 02:18 (Ref:3773554)   #1
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I don't normally pop into this section, but I stumbled across the coverage of the SBK/SS1000 races, the first Pro event it would seem, from the (sort of) new Pittsburgh Int'l Race Complex (was BeaveRun).

I was just curious what those who more regularly follow motorcycle racing thought of the course and the racing there.

At least for my part, it looked like an interesting/challenging course, which seemed to put on some good action. In some ways, it maybe reminded me of VIR. Speaking of which, I'd be interested to see how a GT-only IMSA race would go at PIRC.
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