No Limits Motor Team claimed their first EWC Dunlop Independent Trophy win. The Italian team – the third Superstock at the Bol d’Or – pocketed the €7,000 prize awarded for the 24-hour race. OG Motorsport by Sarazin and Maco Racing Team were the other two teams on the EWC Dunlop Independent Trophy podium at Le Castellet.
The factory Suzuki team – the reigning champion and winner of the 2019 edition of the Bol d’Or – won a brilliant victory ahead of Yamaha-mounted Moto Ain and the amazing Kawasaki-mounted Superstock team BMRT 3D Maxxess Nevers.
Three hours from the finish, Yoshimura SERT Motul still have the upper hand on the Paul Ricard circuit. Moto Ain seem firmly established in 2nd place and set for their first EWC podium. Three Superstock teams are battling for 3rd place.
The factory Suzuki team has been leading since the start of the race. After intermittent showers throughout the night, Yoshimura SERT Motul are ahead of Moto Ain and BMRT 3D Maxxess Nevers, the leader of an impressive group of Superstock teams.
8 hours into the race on the Paul Ricard circuit, Yoshimura SERT Motul are still in the lead ahead of YART–Yamaha Official EWC Team and ERC Endurance-Ducati. BMRT 3D Maxxess Nevers, the fastest Superstock, are in 6th place.
The opening race of the 2022 FIM EWC, the 24 Heures Motos, will take place on 16 and 17 April at Le Mans. Save the date! Next year’s edition – the 45th – will also mark the return of the general public and Endurance fans to the Bugatti circuit.
The factory Suzuki team dominated the second qualifying session and set a new record on the Paul Ricard circuit. Yoshimura SERT Motul were ahead of YART–Yamaha Official EWC Team and BMW Motorrad World Endurance Team. In Superstock, Team 18 Sapeurs-Pompiers CMS Motostore took the lead.
The factory BMW team took the provisional pole position after the first qualifying of the Bol d’Or, which was disrupted by heavy showers. BMW Motorrad World Endurance Team were ahead of Yoshimura SERT Motul and Bolliger Team Switzerland.