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EWC Dunlop Independent Trophy: €30,000 in prize money at the Bol d’Or

EWC Dunlop Independent Trophy: €30,000 in prize money at the Bol d’Or

16/09/2016 21:22

Twenty-three teams will be competing for the EWC Dunlop Independent Trophy at the Bol d’Or this coming weekend at the Paul Ricard circuit in Castellet. A €5,000 purse awaits the trophy winner at the finish of the Bol d’Or at 3pm on Sunday.

The EWC Dunlop Independent Trophy has been renewed for a second season by championship promoter Eurosport Events, Dunlop and the organizers of each FIM EWC 2016/2017 race. It is open to all private teams competing in one or more races in the course of the season. The only condition is that privateers use tyre specifications designated and supplied by Dunlop Motorsport for each race.

Twenty-three teams will be competing for the trophy at the Bol d’Or this weekend, but only the first fifteen squads past the finish line will receive EWC Dunlop Independent Trophy prizes. The winner gets €5,000, the runner-up €4,200 and the second runner-up €3,700, with bonuses of up to €700 awarded to the teams finishing 11th to 15th.

EWC Dunlop Independent Trophy teams at the 2016 Bol d’Or

3 AM Moto Racing Competition FRA Kawasaki ZX 10R SST
4 Tati Team Beaujolais Racing FRA Kawasaki ZX 10R SST
6 TIPTOPTEAM 56 FRA Kawasaki ZX 10R EWC
12 YAMAHA R7 RACING TEAM FRA Yamaha R7 EXP
16 TEAM BROKE RACING FRA Kawasaki ZX 10R EWC
18 Team 18 Sapeurs-Pompiers FRA Kawasaki ZX 10R SST
19 GIRLS RACING TEAM FRA Yamaha YZF-R1 SST
21 TEAM BOURGOGNE ATHLETIC GYM FRA Kawasaki ZX 10R SST
26 Zuff Racing Team SUI Honda CB R1000 RRSP SST
27 FSB RACING FRA Kawasaki ZX 10R EWC
38 LVM MOTORS FRA Kawasaki ZX 10R SST
41 RAC 41 CBO FRA Honda CB R1000 R EWC
45 Metiss JLC Moto FRA Metiss EXP
48 Voelpker NRT48 by Schubert-Motors GER BMW S1000RR SST
57 DL MOTO Racing FRA Kawasaki ZX 10R SST
66 Racing Team Sarazin FRA Kawasaki ZX 10R SST
67 Starteam PAM-Racing FRA Suzuki GSXR-1000 SST
69 Ecurie Chrono Sport FRA Kawasaki ZX 10R

SST

76 Cottard Motosport FRA Suzuki GSXR-1000 EWC
83 SKULL MOTOR’S FRA Kawasaki ZX 10R EWC
91 ENERGIE ENDURANCE 91 FRA Kawasaki ZX 10R SST
96 MOTO AIN CRT FRA Yamaha YZF-R1 SST
199 ARTEC FRA Kawasaki ZX 10R SST

 

Tension is running high as the final 10-day countdown to the 24 Heures Motos begins. 60 teams will be in Le Mans for the second round of the 2017-2018 FIM EWC. The stakes are high, as the first team past the finish line on Sunday 22 April stands to collect up to 60 points.

Tension is running high as the final 10-day countdown to the 24 Heures Motos begins. 60 teams will be in Le Mans for the second round of the 2017-2018 FIM EWC. The stakes are high, as the first team past the finish line on Sunday 22 April stands to collect up to 60 points.

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With four months to go for the Suzuka 8 Hours, the Japanese factory teams are already gearing up for the action. Following Honda’s announcement that official team HRC is returning to Suzuka, Kawasaki has revealed that Jonathan Rea will be back with Team Green.