The Webike Trophy, with €10,000 in prize money, is awarded for the best pit stop of the season. This year it goes to Tati Team Beringer Racing for their hard work and their determination to rebuild the engine of their Kawasaki to get back into the race at the Bol d’Or.
No Limits Motor Team had a clean sweep at Most. The Italian team once again won the EWC Dunlop Independent Trophy and headed the Superstock class in the Czech Republic. No Limits Motor Team received the €4,000 prize awarded to the winner of the EWC Dunlop Independent Trophy and claimed 2nd place in the FIM Endurance World Cup at the final. The Czech team TME Racing and Energie Endurance 91 also stepped onto the EWC Dunlop Independent Trophy podium at Most.
The smallest gap in the history of Endurance – 70 milliseconds – separated BMW Motorrad World Endurance Team from YART–Yamaha Official EWC Team at the finish of the 6 Hours of Most. The factory BMW won their first endurance world championship race and the Yamaha team climbed on to the podium for the first time this season. Third at Most, Yoshimura SERT Motul were crowned 2021 FIM EWC world champions.
BMW Motorrad World Endurance Team were quickest off the mark this morning despite the chilly weather at Most. The factory BMW team were ahead of YART–Yamaha Official EWC Team and Wójcik Racing Team during warm-up.
The FIM EWC is one of the few FIM championships to feature multiple manufacturers. Dunlop supplies tyres to more than 60% of the field, both factory and privateer teams. We met David Auerbacher and Wim Van Achter, Dunlop Motorsport’s two representatives in the endurance championship, to find out more about their dealings with the teams.
Fans in Indonesia will be able to watch the final of the 2021 FIM Endurance World Championship. The new FIM EWC broadcaster Champions TV 4 will provide live coverage of the 6 Hours of Most on Saturday.
YART–Yamaha Official EWC Team, the only team to have three riders come in under the 1:33 mark at Most today, claimed pole once again. The Austrian team were ahead of BMW Motorrad World Endurance Team and Yoshimura SERT Motul, the current standings leader.
In free practice at the 6 Hours of Most this morning, BMW Motorrad World Endurance Team were ahead of YART–Yamaha Official EWC Team, F.C.C. TSR Honda France and Yoshimura SERT Motul. It was the first timed face-off between the teams on the Most circuit.
The first track outing took place in the Czech Republic this afternoon. For most of the teams competing in the 6 Hours of Most, it was the first time on this challenging circuit which is hosting the final of the 2021 FIM EWC season on Saturday 9 October.