Features not found in other motorsports
The FIM EWC is an 8 to 24 hour motorcycle endurance race, an exciting championship that tests the potential of both motorcycles and riders (mostly men, with occasional women).
From April to October 2021, the FIM EWC will be held at prestigious tracks such as the Bugatti Circuit in Le Mans, France, the Paul Ricard Circuit in Castellet and the Suzuka Circuit in Japan. In Eastern Europe, the FIM EWC will be held in Germany. In Eastern Europe, the race will be held at Oschersleben in Germany, and the final round will be held at the Estoril Circuit near Lisbon, Portugal.
Since Eurosport Events took over as promoter of the EWC with the FIM in 2015, the EWC World Endurance Championship has seen a significant increase in media coverage and viewership, with races being broadcast around the world. As a result, the rider line-up has become more international, with new high-level teams and riders entering the FIM EWC each season.
The FIM EWC has a unique feature that sets it apart from other motorsport events.
Original Source [ EWC x Webike World Endurance Championship support site ]