World Endurance returns to Spa-Francorchamps in 2022

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Belgium’s world renowned Spa-Francorchamps will return to the World Endurance calendar in 2022 with a 24-hour race in June.

The track, which from 1973 to 2003 hosted a famous race on the Endurance calendar – the 24 Hours of Liège – will now provide motorcycle endurance racing with a very fast, undulating track.

Not to mention legendary corners including Eau Rouge, Raidillon, Double Gauche and Bruxelles, which will offer spectators a fantastic show on June 4-5.

“It is with great pride that we can announce the return of the 24H Spa EWC Motos,” said FIM big cheese Jorge Viegas.

“After two difficult years during which our promoter Discovery Sports Events, the organisers, the national federations and the FIM had to redouble their efforts to maintain the FIM World Endurance Championship, the flagship events are finally back on the calendar for 2022.

‘We look forward to seeing you for an extremely competitive season where the protagonists will be able to do battle on the legendary Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps.”