EWC 2021

YOSHIMURA SERT MOTUL EWC UPDATE – AFTER 8 HOURS


Team Suzuki Press Office – September 18.


The Yoshimura SERT Motul team, in the hands of long-standing team-member Gregg Black, blasted to its third holeshot of the 2021 Endurance World Championship earlier today.

As the race unfolded, the team of Black, Sylvain Guintoli and Xavier Simeon, aboard the factory GSX-R1000R, have continued to dominate the famous Bol d’Or 24-hour at the Paul Ricard Circuit.

The team has been in control since the start when Black took an early lead from pole position. After eight hours, and with extra bonus points – five for setting pole position and 10 more for leading at the 8-Hour stage – the team has taken the real-time lead in the series after championship leaders Webike Kawasaki France Trickstar were forced out after 210 laps.

So far the team has completed 245 laps, one ahead of nearest rival YART Yamaha Official, and have taken nine pitstops, that has taken a total of 52.695 minutes.

YOSHIMURA SERT MOTUL LAPS AFTER 8 HOURS:

Hour 1: Yoshimura SERT Motul, FCC TSR Honda, Webike SRC Kawasaki - 30 laps.
Hour 2: Yoshimura SERT Motul, Webike SRC Kawasaki, YART Yamaha – 61 laps.
Hour 3: Yoshimura SERT Motul, Webike SRC Kawasaki, YART Yamaha – 92 laps.
Hour 4: Yoshimura SERT Motul, YART Yamaha, Webike SRC Kawasaki – 123 laps.
Hour 5: Yoshimura SERT Motul, YART Yamaha, Webike SRC Kawasaki – 153 laps.
Hour 6: Yoshimura SERT Motul, YART Yamaha, Webike SRC Kawasaki – 184 laps.
Hour 7: Yoshimura SERT Motul, YART Yamaha, ERC Endurance Ducati – 214 laps.
Hour 8: Yoshimura SERT Motul, YART Yamaha, ERC Endurance Ducati – 245 laps.

Bol d’Or Image Gallery (David Reygondeau @ Goodshoot): CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS

Live Timing and results are available on FIMEWC: HERE




For more stories about Xavier Simeon, Click Here. For photos, Click Here.

For more stories about Gregg Black, Click Here. For photos, Click Here.

For more stories about Sylvain Guintoli, Click Here. For photos, Click Here.

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