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500 Miles (FVP Moto)

28 & 29 July 2017

Description

For more than 20 years FVP moto is known and recognised in Europe for organising days on circuit for bikes.

Whether it’s Track Days or races for groups of the same level, FVP moto has been able to create the legendary race of the 500 Miles of Magny-Cours.

The motto of FVP: Indulge Yourself…

  • Free practice on circuit split into groups of the same level.
  • The pleasure of riding for all bikers, male and female.
  • Relaxation, great ambiance and coffee in the paddock.
  • Safety without any compromise on the track.

 

Program

This endurance race is open to all!

As it welcomes the WorldSBK every year, Magny-Cours has become the ideal place for such an organisation with the start programmed for 18:30 and the finish at 1:00 in the morning (500 miles or 6h 30 maximum race). The teams are formed of 2 or 3 riders who can ride with 1, 2 or 3 machines. A single transponder will be given to each team who move it from bike to bike using a standard mounting bracket provided for this purpose.

 

Organisation

For more information, please contact the event organiser :

FVP-Moto

E-mail : info@fvp-moto.ch

 

Contact

CIRCUIT NEVERS MAGNY-COURS
Technopôle, 58470 Magny-Cours
Tel. 03 86 21 80 00

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