Moto Guzzi Fast Endurance becomes FIM European Cup

The Moto Guzzi Fast Endurance grows in 2021 and has gained FIM affiliation becoming the Moto Guzzi Fast Endurance European Cup

THE highly successful Moto Guzzi Fast Endurance series has gained FIM approval and has morphed into the Moto Guzzi Fast Endurance European Cup.

The series, which sees riders using pairs of riders aboard the Moto Guzzi V7 III, will grow in 2021, with rounds further afield on the cards in the new European Cup.

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The season will begin on 22nd May, in Varano, and there will once again be a double-race like the one adopted last year to reduce the number of transfers. This increases the number of “mini-endurance” races from five to six this year, scheduled to be held over four weekends.

The opening round of Varano (22nd and 23rd May) will be a double race, followed by the Vallelunga round on 4 July (single race), another double-race weekend in Magione on 28th and 29th August, and the grand finale in Misano, with a single race, on 10th October.

On the single-race weekends, in Vallelunga and Misano, the “mini-endurance” will once again be extended to 90 minutes.

One of the most tried and tested ways of helping to shift units on two and four-wheels is to create a one-make series featuring your brands product.

Moto Guzzi cottoned onto this idea a while ago and took the decision to field a grid of identical V7 IIIs out. The low-powered machines not only help to keep costs down they are cheaper to buy, set up for track use, and repair when things inevitably go wrong. It also means the field of riders can be from a wider range of riding backgrounds and the racing as close as it can possibly be.

For more information or to field a team, contact: epocasport@federmoto.it

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