24 Hours of Le Mans Rescheduled Again
The endurance race will be held at the end of August
The 43rd edition of the 24 Heures Motos was initially rescheduled for 5 and 6 September due to the Coronavirus outbreak. Now, the FIM decided to set a new date for the Endurance World Championship (EWC) race for August 29-30.
The race is held at the Le Mans Bugatti Circuit and it was scheduled in the EWC calendar for April 16-19. Due to the Coronavirus crisis which affected MotoGP, Isle of Man TT and almost all motorcycle races around the world, the 24 Hours Le Mans race was rescheduled once and now the organizers set another date for August 29-30.
The 2019 race had one of the closest finishes in the series’ history with the Team SRC Kawasaki (ZX-10R Ninja) winning by just over a minute (1:00.550) over Honda Endurance Racing (CBR1000RR Fireblade) after 839 laps of racing.
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