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17 February 2024

Perolari completes Tati Team Beringer Racing’s EWC challenge

Corentin Perolari is making the move from Yamaha to Honda power by joining Tati Team Beringer Racing for the 2024 FIM Endurance World Championship.The French youngster’s arrival, which coincides with the extension of Tati Team Beringer Racing’s partnership with IT company AVA6, completes its EWC line-up following on from earlier signings, Hugo Clère and Randy Krummunacher.“I am happy to join the Tati Team Beringer Racing for the 2024 season for several reasons,” said 25-year-old Perolari, who previously raced for Team Moto-Ain in the EWC. “First, for the team, for their results and their state of mind. They are one of the best private teams on the set. In recent years, the team has often been in front of the official Kawasaki, whether in qualifying or in the race. The technical team is therefore solid. Regarding the riders, Hugo Clère has a big experience in endurance and Randy Krummunacher I know well, since we were riding against each other in World Supersport. The new Honda CBR 1000 RR-R is also a big source of motivation. Finally, to finish, I am happy to continue endurance.”Tati Team Beringer Racing head Patrick Enjolras said: “We are happy to welcome Corentin. He is a young ride certainly but he is at the same time fast, reliable, and begins to have a good experience in endurance. With Randy and Hugo, they have more or less the same riding style and the same size. This will help us in the development of the Honda. “Then we are really satisfied to continue our collaboration with AVA6. This will be our fifth season together. It is always very important for a team to have partners. AVA6 has the same objectives as us: duration performance and reliability.”The 24 Heures Motos at Le Mans opens the 2024 EWC season from 18-21 April.

16 February 2024

EWC hero Rea to star at London Motorcycle Show

Gino Rea is taking a break from his FIM Endurance World Championship preparations to make a guest appearance at the Devitt Insurance MCN London Motorcycle Show tomorrow (Saturday).Rea, part of the F.C.C. TSR Honda France line-up that claimed EWC title gold in 2022, will be appearing on the World of Bikes stage at the ExCel London exhibition centre in the capital’s Docklands area from 13h00 local time as a guest of Discovery+, TNT Sports and Eurosport.Having recovered from serious injuries sustained in a crash practicing for the 43rd Coca-Cola Suzuka 8 Hours Endurance Race in August 2022, the Briton has been named as part of Wójcik Racing Team’s four-strong Superstock attack on a Honda equipped with Dunlop tyres, the category’s official tyre supplier.As well as hearing from Rea ahead of his heroic EWC comeback when he’s interviewed by ex-racer Jamie Whitham, show visitors should head to the Discovery+, TNT Sports and Eurosport stand where they can sample a MotoGP simulator and speak to the British rider.There will also be opportunities to subscribe to Discovery+, whose Premium tier subscribers have access to TNT Sports and Eurosport, which allows them to enjoy MotoGP, WSB, BSB, EWC and Speedway GP as The Home of Bikes.

15 February 2024

List of FIM Homologated Motorcycles for 2024 EWC published

Federation Internationale de Motocyclisme, the FIM Endurance World Championship’s governing body, has released the list of FIM Homologated Motorcycles for 2024, as the build-up to the season-opening 24 Heures Motos continues.FIM has confirmed that the only change is the new Honda CBR1000RR-R Fireblade (in standard, ST, and SP versions) has been homologated with that process completed in January. No other manufacturers have had a change to their homologations.Click HERE to view the full list.

14 February 2024

Yoshimura SERT Motul goes four it in EWC with Linfoot signing

Yoshimura SERT Motul has announced its four riders for the four-round 2024 FIM Endurance World Championship, the fourth EWC season of the alliance between the Japanese Yoshimura organisation and the Suzuki Endurance Racing Team from France.In addition to long-term Yoshimura SERT Motul star Gregg Black, Étienne Masson will embark on a second season with the squad, while Dan Linfoot has been recruited after impressing in the EWC during recent campaigns. Cocoro Atsumi, who joined the Le Mans-based team as a reserve for last September’s Bol d’Or, continues in the role for all four EWC events in 2024, as well as taking on the position of development rider.The quartet will ride the Yoshimura-tuned Suzuki GSX-R1000R on Bridgestone tyres with the 24 Heures Motos at Le Mans in France marking the 2024 EWC season kick-off from 18-21 April.

13 February 2024

KM99 kicks off 2024 EWC bid during Spanish test

KM99’s second FIM Endurance World Championship campaign is up and running with the Belgian outfit in action during a multi-day test in Spain this week.The Yamaha-powered team, an EWC newcomer in 2023, is testing at the Andalucía Circuit in the south of the country.Existing KM99 rider Florian Marino has been joined in Spain by new recruits Randy de Puniet and Jérémy Guarnoni.KM99 completed the 2023 EWC season in 10th position in the FIM Endurance World Championship for Teams’ standings, with sixth place in the 24H SPA EWC Motos its home event.Photo: Michel Thomas/Facebook.com/km99.be

12 February 2024

Busy EWC star Clère called up for home service with Tati

Hugo Clère won’t be short of Circuit Bugatti knowledge when he lines up for the start of the 2024 FIM Endurance World Championship from 18-21 April.The Tati Team Beringer Racing star has been handed a programme in the Championnat de France Superbike , which fires up at Le Mans two weeks previously. Honda-powered Tati is returning to its top domestic motorcycle series in 2024 following a lengthy absence. It has named five additional riders alongside Clère.

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