Racing Series

FIM Endurance World Championship

Description

This is where the endurance kings meet: the FIM Endurance World Championship. Riders and bikes are brought to the limit in races with a duration between eight and 24 hours. The teams enter Superbikes that have been modified for the requirements of endurance racing. Since many years, also private BMW teams compete in FIM EWC.

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Round 1

When: 17th/18th April
Where: Le Mans – France

Round 2

When: 23rd May
Where: Oschersleben – Germany

Round 3

When: 17th July
Where: Estoril – Portugal

Round 4

When: 18th/19th September
Where: Le Castellet – France

Round 5

When: 7th November
Where: Suzuka – Japan

FIM Endurance World Cup

Description

The FIM Endurance World Cup is held as a part of the FIM Endurance World Championship. The difference: Superstock bikes are entered in this class instead of Superbike. Traditionally, private BMW teams also compete in the World Cup.

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Round 1

When: 17th/18th April
Where: Le Mans – France

Round 2

When: 23rd May
Where: Oschersleben – Germany

Round 3

When: 17th July
Where: Estoril – Portugal

Round 4

When: 18th/19th September
Where: Le Castellet – France

FIM Asia Road Racing Championship

Description

The Asia Road Racing Championship is the most important international championship in the Asia-Pacific region. The participants, however, come from all over the world, and between them, you can find many names very well-known from several world championships.

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International Road Racing Championship

Description

Breath-taking high-speed fights on public roads: many of the world’s best road racers compete in the International Road Racing Championship. And regularly, the BMW racers are the most successful of them. They dominated the series in recent years.

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Round 1

When: 2nd – 4th July
Where: Imatra – Finland

Round 2

When: 23rd – 25th July
Where: Chimay – Belgium

Round 3

When: 14th – 15th August
Where: Hořice – Czech Republic

Round 4

When: 4th – 5th September
Where: Hengelo – Netherlands

Round 5

When: 18th – 19th September
Where: Frohburg – Germany

Alpe Adria International Motorcycle Championship

Description

The Alpe Adria International Motorcycle Championship unites racer mainly from the east and south-east of Europe. For the Race Trophy, the races held in the Superbike class are counted. In the past years, the BMW racers claimed several title wins.

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Round 1

When: 28th – 30th May
Where: Poznan – Poland

Round 2

When: 25th – 27th June
Where: Grobnik – Croatia

Round 3

When: 9th – 11th July
Where: Slovakia Ring – Slovakia

Round 4

When: 20th – 22nd August
Where: Grobnik – Croatia

Round 5

When: 8th – 10th October
Where: Most – Czech Republic

Round 6

When: 29th – 31st October
Where: Adria International Raceway – Italy

Overview

Overview

In 2021, the BMW Motorrad Race Trophy goes full throttle again. This unique worldwide competition unites privateer BMW racers from different championships all around the globe. For the new season, we have come up with some innovations.

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