The British rider has joined the factory Honda team for the 2022 FIM EWC season. Gino Rea will share the saddle of F.C.C. TSR Honda France’s CBR1000RR-R with Australian rider Josh Hook and Frenchman Mike di Meglio.
The Polish team Wójcik Racing Team are returning to the FIM Endurance World Championship with a new rider line-up. Randy Krummenacher, the 2019 Supersport world champion, Sheridan Morais and Dan Linfoot will be riding the Yamaha #77 in 2022.
The factory Kawaski team are going into 2022 with fresh assets: a ZX-10RR 2022 with electronics developed for endurance racing and a new rider line-up comprising Randy de Puniet, Florian Marino and Etienne Masson.
The French rider – the 2018-2019 FIM Endurance world champion – will ride the factory BMW in 2022 with Markus Reiterberger, Ilya Mikhalchik and Kenny Foray. BMW Motorrad World Endurance Team are already going into winter testing in Spain.
The Spa-Francorchamps circuit has unveiled the logo of the 24H SPA EWC Motos. The event is back on the FIM Endurance World Championship calendar, and will be held on the legendary Belgian circuit on 4 and 5 June 2022.
The French team have announced their new rider line-up for the 2022 FIM Endurance World Championship. Alex Plancassagne will partner the Italian rider Roberto Rolfo and the Japanese rider Cocoro Atsumi in the saddle of the Yamaha #66.
Dunlop remains loyal to the endurance championship and has renewed its agreement with Discovery Sports Events as official partner of the FIM EWC. To support the Superstock teams, from 2022 onwards Dunlop will be the exclusive supplier to the class. The Dunlop Superstock Trophy will be launched to shore up the participation of privateer teams.
Preparations for the 24H SPA EWC MOTOS, which will herald the return of endurance motorcycle racing to the famous Belgian circuit next summer, have shifted up another gear with the addition of a standard-setting element to the organisational structure.