The final of the 2021 FIM Endurance World Championship will take place in the Czech Republic on 9 October. The 6 Hours of Most will be flagged off at 11am on the circuit near Prague.
The race will be one of the highlights of a car/motorcycle double-header with the FIM EWC final alongside a round of the FIA WTCR.
An FIM EWC race is being held for the first time at the Autodrom Most. The 4,212-m circuit is 70 km north-east of Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic.
The first edition of the 6 Hours of Most will be the final race of a hotly contested and action-packed season. Yoshimura SERT Motul will get to Most as leader but there’s everything left to play as the independent team VRD Igol Experiences are still in a position to wrest the world title ahead of the factory teams who had a run of bad luck at the Bol d’Or.
As at any FIM EWC final, the value of the points will be increased by 150%, so 45 points are available for the win, plus 5 points for pole position.
Initially scheduled to be an 8-hour race, the final at Most has been reduced to 6 hours due to noise restrictions on the circuit and so that there are sufficient light levels to ensure the safety of riders.
The two qualifying sessions of the 6 Hours of Most will take place on Thursday 7 October. Friday will be given over to the WTCR and the final race of the FIM EWC will take place on Saturday 9 October from 9 am to 5pm CEST. The award ceremony and a celebration of the 2021 FIM EWC champion will follow.
As at the Bol d’Or, the 6 Hours of Most will be open to fans who can show a health passport. The final of the FIM Endurance World Championship will be broadcast live on Eurosport and on the channels and platforms around the world that show the FIM EWC.
Visit the official Endurance World Championship website fimewc.com
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