FIM World Endurance Championship

The FIM EWC is an exciting championship in which both the motorcycles and riders are thoroughly put to the test in races lasting from eight hours to 24 hours. The 2019/20 season will comprise five rounds in France, Germany, Malaysia and Japan. From September 2019 to July 2020, the FIM EWC takes place on prestigious tracks like the Paul Ricard circuit at Le Castellet and the Bugatti circuit at Le Mans in France, and the Suzuka circuit in Japan. The championship also includes a race at Oschersleben in Germany. In Malaysia, Sepang International Circuit will host the very first edition of 8 Hours of Sepang during an all-new dual event for bikes and cars, which will go down in Asia’s motorsport history. Held in December 2019, the 8 Hours of Sepang will be a qualifying race for Suzuka 8 Hours Grand Finale 2020. Further information about the FIM Endurance World Championship can be found online at fimewc.com.

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