It’s a new season for the World Superbike championship, and along with their new video streaming capabilities, they’ve also updated their website.
WSBK management says the new site has more content than ever; that wouldn’t be hard, since the old site was notorious for delays in publishing information. Hopefully the new-for-2014 site will improve; and put to rest the conspiracy theories that Dorna is trying to kill the series in favoure of MotoGP. It’s certainly true the old site was a frustration to navigate, so change for the better would be very welcome.
The new WSBK site can be found here.
I signed up for the streaming video as soon as the offer hit my inbox (I’m a long-time MotoGP.com subscriber). The video page seems pretty easy to work with, although it’s not quite the same dish as at the MotoGP site.
I have, however, realized that full access to MotoGP, WSBK and F1 will keep my weekends stupidly full. Buyer’s remorse hasn’t quite settled in yet, but I do have to wonder how I’ll manage to watch it all.