World Endurance 2023 scheduled for four races

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World Endurance bosses have revealed a four-round calendar for 2023 in order to ‘offer consistency and stability during a period of economic uncertainty’.

Featuring four flagship races – the 24 Heures Motos, 24H SPA EWC Motos, Suzuka Eight-Hours and Bol d’Or – the calendar has been approved by the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM).

The events that make up the 2023 EWC calendar are the same four that provided an exciting challenge for the EWC riders and their teams and delivered a thrilling spectacle for fans watching trackside and on television and online around the world in 2022.

“It was very important to build on the positive momentum of the 2022 season by announcing the planned 2023 calendar as quickly as possible and we are very pleased to present a schedule that offers consistency and stability at an uncertain time globally,” said François Ribeiro, Head of Discovery Sports Events.

“Le Mans, Spa-Francorchamps, Suzuka, Paul Ricard: we will be racing only at iconic circuits and each race will be a challenge to the riders and their machines, the way endurance racing should be.”