News 15 May 2019

24H Spa Motos added to 2021/2022 EWC calendar

Endurance World Championship set to return to Belgium.

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The FIM Endurance World Championship (EWC) has revealed the addition of the 24H Spa Motos that will take place at the Spa-Francorchamps circuit in Belgium as part of the 2021/2022 season.

Taking place in early June 2022, the 24H Spa Motos will undoubtedly be the most demanding and the most exciting race of the Endurance World Championship, with an all-new format – the race will be flagged off after sunset, at 10pm on the Friday, and finish on the Saturday evening.

The Sunday will be entirely devoted to fans, as the championship’s major bike brands will be able to invite up to 10,000 supporters to ride a few laps of the Spa circuit in full safety conditions on their own bikes, alongside EWC champions.

The inclusion of the 24H Spa Motos along with the 24 Heures Motos, the Bol d’Or, the 8 Hours of Sepang and the Suzuka 8 Hours grand finale will bring a new dimension to the 2021/2022 EWC season.

This key new event will raise the championship’s competitiveness, attract new international riders and consolidate the DNA of the FIM EWC as the absolute benchmark when it comes to challenging races for riders, teams and machines alike.

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