Who will be World Champion in Endurance in 2022? Part of the season’s destiny will be written at the 24Hr SPA EWC Motos, this weekend. A maximum 65 points may be earned by the teams in Belgium, which corresponds to a quarter of the championship total, which will count four events. In other words, the round at Spa-Francorchamps will be determining in the battle for the title.
The first points will be distributed from the qualifications, on Friday for the five teams that have come out on top: 5 points for the team in first place, 4 for second, 3 for third, 2 for fourth and 1 for fifth. That will count for the Formula EWC and Superstock categories that are two separate rankings.
In racing, other points will be shared out after 8 hours and 16 hours of driving, thus at clocking at 9 pm on Saturday and then at 5 am on Sunday. The ranking is the following: 10 points for the leading team, 9 for the second, 8 for the third and so on, by cutting a point each time until the final one point for the tenth team in the ranking.
The largest will be evidently marked when passing the chequered flag exiting from 1 pm on Sunday. The winning team will pocket 40 points, against 33 and 28 for the two teams joining them on the podium. The first twenty teams arriving will be recompensed according to the following detailed distribution:
World Champion EWC coming out, the Yoshimura SERT Motul team leading the battle with 63 points at the tally thanks to its victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, the YART - Yamaha Official Team EWC and the F.C.C. TSR Honda France completing the podium at 8 and 14 distances.
In the Superstock, the TEAM 18 SAPEURS POMPIERS CMS MOTOSTORE are just ahead of the No Limits Motor Team and NATIONAL MOTOS HONDA: 53 points for leader, against 50 and 46 for the two teams in pursuit.