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Team Yamalube YART and team AVIOBIKE by M2 Revo win at Spa

Nearly 10,000 spectators on the circuit this weekend! Yamalube YART Yamaha EWC Official Team won the 8 Hours of Spa Motos, the second round of the FIM World Endurance Championship.

Starting from pole position, its riders Niccolò Canepa, Marvin Fritz and Karel Hanika scored their second consecutive victory on the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps to return to one point of Team Yoshimura SERT Motul in the race for the EWC 2024 title.

Team Yoshimura SERT Motul took second place and Tati Team Beringer Racing completed the podium in EWC.


The Aprilia of the Aviobike by M2 Revo team triumphed in the Superstock category, ahead of National Motos Honda and Team 33 Louit April Moto.

The BeNeLux Trophy has tamed the tobbogan of the Ardennes.

The riders of the BeNeLux Trophy offered us very beautiful and exciting races during these two days. The trio of the SBK category Bijsterbosch-Geenen-Lambrechts mastered both races by achieving an incredible performance far from the others.

 In the SSP category, we have Jef Van Calster who was once again outstanding ahead of Romain Louppe and Wes Kleinfeld.

We thank the Belgian Motorcycling Federation for trusting us and organizing this event.

An increasing attendance, nearly 10,000 spectators present this weekend on the circuit.

This new formula of 8 hours fully satisfied the teams, the riders and also the spectators who were able to experience the start and the finish of the race in the same day, while taking advantage of the many animations proposed.


Especially with the performances of Highline by Louise LENOBLE and Camille LE GUELLAUT, who captivated the spectators with their crossing of the circuit. As well as the performances of the two stunts Sara Aydin and the attractive shows offered by Sarah LEZITO, the queen of Stunt, ignited the crowd of the Fan Zone.

A huge thank you to the sports director, the commissioners, the partners and all the people who contributed to make this event a real success. We’ll see you next year.

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