Another shocking news about the series. But they didn't axe the superstock category. They axe the superbike cathegory. They keep the name, but under stock rules.
Arguably, although I imagine they'll keep things like slick tyres. Think BSB.
This piece of news caught my attention recently:AMA bosses postpone spec ECU decision
A reflection that with the Grand-Am/ALMS class mergers and the Daytona Prototype's planned assault on Europe, DMG are too busy to make a final decision for their Superbike series till February? AMA Superbike, afaik, has largely stock rules but great freedom of electronics. I wonder whether they've identified this as a way of attracting manufacturers back to their series, and are delaying a decision to gauge interest from the usual suspects. Would be awfully ironic after what happened in 2009. All that said, you'd think Honda, BMW, Kawasaki etc would like to race in a series with a TV deal, given any choice.