Tati Team Beaujolais Racing dominating Superstock class

Tati Team Beaujolais Racing dominating Superstock class

17/09/2017 12:58

21 hours into the race at the Bol d’Or, Tati Team Beaujolais Racing is battling for the Superstock win. The French Kawasaki-mounted team is currently in 5th place, dominating the Superstock class.

Having started from 24th position after a rocky time of it in tests and issues with the bike’s electronics, Tati Team Beaujolais Racing had made its way into the Top 10 a mere hour into the race. Yamaha Viltaïs Experiences was the leading Superstock at that stage, but the Yamaha #333 was forced to bow out after two crashes. Team Beaujolais Racing has run a flawless race since then, keeping a stranglehold on the Superstock class and powering up to a superb 5th place in the overall standings.

‘We fixed our electronics issues during the night tests,’ says Patrick Enjolras, the team manager of Tati Team Beaujolais Racing. ‘So far we’re running a perfect race. The riders are very consistent, and our tech crew is one of the fastest and most efficient of the Superstock line-up. It’s taking us just 40 to 43 sec to refuel, and 1 min 04 sec on average to refuel and change the wheels.’

At midday, 21 hours into the 81st Bol d’Or on the Paul Ricard circuit, Team 33 Accessoires Louit Moto (Kawasaki) was the second Superstock of the race standings, two laps behind Tati Team Beaujolais Racing. The third Superstock, Junior Team Le Mans Sud Suzuki, is climbing steadily within the Top 10.

Bol d’Or standings 21 hours into the race

Italian team No Limits Motor Team has strengthened its rider line-up to take another shot at the Superstock podium. Michael Mazzina, Luca Scassa and Christian Gamarino will be riding the Suzuki #44.

The Endurance world championship is spreading its wings in Italy. FIM EWC promoter Eurosport Events has just signed a broadcast rights agreement with and AutomotoTV.

Last season’s FIM EWC Superstock World Cup winner Yamaha Viltaïs Experiences will be fielding a new team at the 24 Heures Motos.

Moto Ain CRT has put together a strong rider line-up to go after the 2017 FIM EWC Superstock World Cup. Roberto Rolfo, a former 250cc GP runner-up, will shore up Alexis Masbou and Christoffer Bergman on the Yamaha #96.

F.C.C. TSR Honda France is hard at work preparing for the 24 Heures Motos. The Japanese team completed a test on the Okayama circuit, and used the opportunity to show off the new livery of the Honda CBR 1000 RR 2018.

Yamaha Factory has presented its 2018 teams. While GMT94 Yamaha will continue the season with the squad that won the Bol d’Or, YART Yamaha has announced a fresh rider line-up starting from the 24 Heures Motos.