The World Superbike Championship 2018 has passed the half-way point and the seventh round is scheduled to take place at Brno's Circuit from 8 to 10 June. At 2 hours drive from Prague, the Czech Republic's track is back on the calendar after 5 years off. Its 5,403 metre long track is the longest of the 13 used in the present championship. Even if it is identical to the one used by the MotoGP, the Superbikes take about 4 seconds more to complete each lap. The straightways are rather short: they range from 35 metres in length up to the 636.56 metres of the finish lines straightway. The slopes instead are rather significant, with an obvious impact on the braking distances, especially downhill. According to the Brembo technicians, who work closely with 16 World Superbike riders, the Brno Circuit is a fairly demanding circuit for the brakes. On a scale of 1 to 5, it earned a 3 on the difficulty index, exactly because it alternates demanding hard braking with stretches where the braking is easy.