If this edition of the 24h Motos were a movie it would’ve received an Oscar. What an unbelievable race it was. Under a sunny sky and with 76.000 pairs of eyes watching it was the #11 Kawasaki who took the victory. Closely followed by the Honda and Suzuki teams.
Here are a few mind-blowing numbers: the leading bike traveled over 3.511 kilometers, the difference between the Kawasaki and the Honda was only one minute and during the 24 hours there were no less then 13 changes at the number one position. On top of that Honda’s Randy De Puniet set the overall fastest lap at a 1’36”819. More than half a second faster than last year’s record. Needless to say, that this edition was quite spectacular.
If these numbers make your head spin, we can only invite you to check the gallery below to add some perspective to these numbers.
See you in June for the 24 hours of Le Mans (on four wheels)!