Street and Track Moderator
+1 on Road America, it's a fantastic track.
IMO the only thing the track has going for it is the picturesque background of snow-topped mountains. Does anyone really want to go to Utah to race motorcycles?
It is too bad that Road America has such primitive trackside ammenities and safety isn't up to international standards, it would be the perfect place for those bikes. Maybe with three venues hosting MotoGP (Indy, Laguna, Austin) one will bow out and could host WSBK about the time Rossi switches to the series in 2014 or so. Of the three, Indy would probably be the odd track out.
I am really excited for Austin and bikes, maybe it could host both MotoGP and WSBK, several other tracks do around the world.