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Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps

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Suzuka Circuit

EWC

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Suzuka 8 Hours Endurance Race 2024

21 Jul. 2024

Circuit Paul Ricard

EWC

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Bol d'Or 2024

14 Sep. 2024

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04 March 2024

From watching to taking part: how TV and EWC glory led to YART’s Daytona 200 adventure

Yamalube YART Yamaha EWC Official Team’s Niccolò Canepa, Marvin Fritz and Karel Hanika will go from racing together in the FIM Endurance World Championship to against each other when they contest the Daytona 200 in the United States of America this weekend.The 2023 EWC title-winning trio are contesting the famous event from 7-9 March on Supersport-specification YZF-R6 motorcycles with Spanish EWC frontrunner and Daytona regular Xavi Forés expected to provide their toughest opposition.German rider Fritz reveals how YART’s appearance in Florida this weekend came together, the challenge in store and how the strong team spirit within Mandy Kainz’s Austria-based outfit will lead to a top result.

03 March 2024

Moments that made EWC 2023 great: Linfoot’s Suzuka double act

AutoRace Ube Racing Team relied on two riders only – Dan Linfoot and Takuya Tsuda – to finish Japan’s ultra-gruelling round of the FIM Endurance World Championship, the 44th Coca-Cola Suzuka 8 Hours Endurance Race, last August.Following an injury to Malaysian star Hafizh Syahrin in testing, Linfoot and Tsuda not only rode as a duo through Suzuka’s punishing heat and humidity, they also bagged fourth position in the final order aboard their Suzuki GSX-R1000R.“What a day,” British rider Linfoot said afterwards. “We held third position when the rain came in the final hour, and I pushed 100 per cent on my fifth and final stint in the dark to maximise our result. I had an amazing week with AutoRace Ube Racing and Tsuda-san and Hafizh have been a dream to work and ride with. Big respect and great memories made.”

02 March 2024

EWC explainer: How points are scored

The 2024 FIM Endurance World Championship revs up at Le Mans in France next month. Ahead of the season-opening 24 Heres Motos from 18-21 April, here’s a reminder of how points are scored in the EWC.Qualifying:Points are awarded to the fastest five Formula EWC and Superstock teams according to the combined qualifying results as follows:1st = 5 points; 2nd = 4 points; 3rd = 3 points; 4th = 2 points; 5th = 1 point24 Heures Motos and Bol d’Or:After 8 Hours:For the 24 Heures Motos and Bol d’Or, points are awarded after eight hours, after 16 hours and after 24 hours. After eight hours, the leading 10 Formula EWC and Superstock teams score points as follows:1st = 10 points; 2nd = 9 points; 3rd = 8 points; 4th = 7 points; 5th = 6 points; 6th = 5 points; 7th = 4 points; 8th = 3 points; 9th = 2 points; 10th = 1 pointAfter 16 Hours:After 16 hours of the 24 Heures Motos and Bol d’Or, the leading 10 Formula EWC and Superstock teams score points as follows:1st = 10 points; 2nd = 9 points; 3rd = 8 points; 4th = 7 points; 5th = 6 points; 6th = 5 points; 7th = 4 points; 8th = 3 points; 9th = 2 points; 10th = 1 pointAfter 24 hours (Bol d’Or points multiplied by 1.5):1st = 40 points; 2nd = 33 points; 3rd = 28 points; 4th = 24 points; 5th = 21 points; 6th = 19 points; 7th = 17 points; 8th = 15 points; 9th = 13 points; 10th = 11 points; 11th = 10 points; 12th = 9 points; 13th = 8 points; 14th = 7 points; 15th = 6 points; 16th = 5 points; 17th = 4 points; 18th = 3 points; 19th = 2 points; 20th = 1 point.8 Hours of Spa Motos and 45th Coca-Cola Suzuka 8 Hours Endurance Race:1st = 30 points; 2nd = 24 points; 3rd 21 points; 4th = 19 points; 5th = 17 points; 6th = 15 points; 7th = 14 points; 8th = 13 points; 9th = 12 points; 10th = 11 points; 11th = 10 points; 12th = 9 points; 13th = 8 points; 14th = 7 points; 15th = 6 points; 16th = 5 points; 17th = 4 points; 18th = 3 points; 19th = 2 points; 20th = 1 point. 

01 March 2024

Countdown continues with 50 days to go until EWC season opener

Today (1 March) marks 50 days to go until the FIM Endurance World Championship stars line up on the starting grid for the 24 Heures Motos.Scheduled to begin at 15h00 CET on Saturday 20 April, the traditional EWC season opener forms the 47th edition of the Le Mans-based day and night spectacular.Approximately 50 teams are set to take part as Yamalube YART Yamaha EWC Official Team and Team 33 Louit April Moto begin the defence of their respective FIM Endurance World Championship and FIM Endurance World Cup titles.Myriad key line-up changes and a host of rookies signing up for action bring added excitement and intrigue as the ultimate test of rider and motorcycle. Throughout 2024, the EWC aims to bring viewers right to the heart of the live action, creating and capturing moments that are impossible to miss with all races broadcast globally and as they happen in their entirety. 

01 March 2024

EWC Take Five with Marvin Fritz

Part of the Yamalube YART Yamaha EWC Official Team that won the FIM Endurance World Championship in 2023, 30-year-old German rider Marvin Fritz talks defending titles, his “brothers” Niccolò Canepa and Karel Hanika, avocados, Suzuka and more as the build-up to the 2024 EWC season continues.

2023 EWC - Champions

2023 EWC - Champions

Niccolò CANEPAMarvin FRITZKarel HANIKAYART YAMAHA OFFICIAL TEAM EWC

2023 - Standings

2023 - Standings

FIM Endurance World Championship for Teams

01
YART YAMAHA OFFICIAL TEAM EWC
181 pts
02
Yoshimura SERT Motul
161 pts
03
BMW MOTORRAD WORLD ENDURANCE TEAM
160 pts
04
F.C.C. TSR HONDA FRANCE
149 pts
05
HONDA VILTAÏS RACING
127.5 pts
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