Steps to a return to normality are well underway as Most readies to make an emphatic debut on the calendar
The 2021 MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship will head to the Czech Round four round six of the season at the Autodrom Most from the 6th to 8th of August. For the first time since Phillip Island 2020, there are no restrictions on the number of spectators attending the event and fans who do go to the circuit will be allowed to access not only both grandstands but the whole spactotors area on hillside. To enter the spectator area, all fans will be required to provide certified documentation of confirmation about a negative PCR or antigen test, no older than 72 hours.
The Autodrom Most will be a welcome addition to the calendar in 2021, marking a return of the Czech Round for the first time since 2018, when it was Brno. Built in 1983 and having already undergone major work in preparation for the venue’s first World Championship event, the 4.212km circuit features some 21 corners – more than any other track on the calendar – and promises exciting action as it is a complete unknown quantity for riders and teams alike.
Jana Svobodova, Sales and Marketing Director, commented on the positive news for the return of the Czech Round and the debut for the track in the Championship: “Originally, we assigned space for the spectators on the grandstands, but now the the whole area along the race track on the hillside is accessible. We are also starting to prepare an interesting fan program, which we will soon revealed on our website. Unfortunately, paddock access is still not possible.”
Don’t forget, if you can’t get to Most then you can enjoy all of the action in fine style with the WorldSBK VideoPass!