FIM World Endurance Championship

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The Federation Internationale de Motorcyclisme (FIM) was founded in 1904, initially organising races that involved European participants Austria, Denmark, France, Germany and Great Britain. The conditions of these races were called into question, leading to a more formal organisation. The federation grew in size over the following decades, expanding its members to become the IOC Recognised Federation that we see today. Based in Switzerland, the FIM now has 112 National Motorcycle Federation affiliate members across the globe, covering all six continents.

This year’s FIM Endurance World Championship will see five major manufacturers battle it out for the title, with BMW returning to meet Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki and Yamaha on the track. The Le Mans circuit comes first, with free testing days followed by qualifying for grid position and then the Endurance Race itself to decide the standings in this opening race. Following that we will be off to Japan in July for Suzuka, Germany’s Oschersleben in August and ending back in France with the Paul Ricard - Le Castellet in September.

We intend to finish as high as possible in every race we perform in and will keep you up to date on our progress throughout the Championship on our blog page. As well as that, we see this year’s FIM World Endurance Championship as the ideal platform to announce Prime Factors Racing as major contenders, showcasing our commitment and drive to reach the pinnacle of our sport.