German Endurance Cup

The German Endurance Cup (GEC) is a national long-distance championship and acts in correspondence with the “German Langstrecken Cup” as the foundation of the FIM World Endurance Championship. The championship races take place on racetracks in Germany, the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Its riding a distances between 2.5 and 8 hours or 500km. Since the 2013 season, there is the division in GEC Senior (all GEC runs + all DLC runs at Bike Promotion Events) and GEC Junior (exclusively license-free races of a maximum distance of 500km) to offer newcomers the possibility of long-distance sports.

Events 2016

1st run
From 22 to 26 April 2016 - Most / CZ - 300 km

 2nd run
From the 5th to the 8th of May 2016 - Lausitzring / D - 300 km

 3. Run
From 02 to 05.06.2016 - Slovakiaring / SK - 300 km
 
4th run
From 22nd to 26th June 2016 - Brno / CZ - 300 km

5. Run
From 20th to 24th July 2016 - Oschersleben / D - 300 km

6. Run
From 26.09. To 04.10.2016 - Brno / CZ - 300 km
 
Classes

The respective class must be indicated at the time of the registration and confirmed at the technical inspection.
Class 1:
Above 950 cc 4-T; More than 1000 ccm 2- and 3- cylinders (multi-motorcycle class with a maximum of 3 riders)

(Only in the DLC class 2 over 600 ccm to 950 ccm / 4-T / 4-cyl., Over 750 to 1000 ccm 2- and 3- cylinders (multi-motorcycle class with a maximum of 3 drivers))

Class 3:
Over 450 cc to 600 cc / 4 T / 4 cyl; More than 450 ccm to 750 ccm 2- and 3- cylinders (multi-motorcycle class with a maximum of 3 riders)

Class 4:
One motorcycle with a maximum of 3 riders
 

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