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Sport Long-distance World Cup adopts forms - EWC calendar 2022

12:05  25 november  2021
12:05  25 november  2021 Source:   motorradonline.de

MotoGP 2022: Overview Drivers, Teams and Driver Change

 MotoGP 2022: Overview Drivers, Teams and Driver Change The MotoGP Season 2021 is over. The 2022 season starts traditionally with the Grand Prix of Qatar on March 6th. With 21 races in the MotoGP calendar 2022 , the new season of the royal class of the motorcycle World Cup will be as extensive as never a previously. And it will be the first season of the royal class since the 500s season 1999, which goes over the stage without Valentino Rossi in the starter field.

An official racing calendar for the EWC 2022 does not exist yet. With SPA and Suzuka the first dates for 2022 are set.

  Langstrecken-WM nimmt Formen an - EWC-Kalender 2022 © Suzuki

From the 2022 season, the legendary Ardennes route in the Belgian spa is again part of the long-distance world championship. The official comeback in the EWC calendar will take place on 4 and 5 June 2022 with a 24-hour race.

Also fixed is the long-distance running in Japanese Suzuki. After those in the years 2020 and 2021 had to be due to the Corona Pandemic, the 2022 edition of the 8-hour race should rise on 7 August.

next to the 24 hours of Spa-Francorchamps it will be in the 2022 season, there will be three 24-hour race for motorcycles with Le Mans and Bol d'Or in Paul Ricard. The complete EWC calendar for 2022 has not yet been published.

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