5 Races on 5 GP Tracks in 5 Countries !
2012 - 2013 - 2014
With the POWERTROPHY, EYBIS had launched - in 2012 - a serie of very attractive endurance races for the fast amateur circuit rider.
That first year, the races took place on 5 GP circuits in 5 countries.
Participation was possible at 1 or more races, with teams of 2 riders, with 1, 2 or 3 bikes.
The first race had been organised on the 21st of April 2012, @ Magny-Cours. This was exactly one week after the immensely popular Bol d'Or, held - each year - on the same circuit.
By integrating ALL the important, exciting aspects of this prestigious World Championship Endurance race into the "EYBIS 4 hours of Magny-Cours", EYBIS had created a real "mini Bol d'Or" for amateurs.
Just like the Bol d'Or, there had been chosen for Magny-Cours as circuit, for a Le Mans start, for partly racing in the dark ("night experience") (start at 7PM, sunset at 8.53PM, finish at 11PM), and for the same podium, where every year the best of the World Superbike let the champagne flow.
Het hoogtepunt van het jaar werd de "EYBIS 3 hours of Nürburgring", waar we - voor deze eerste editie - meteen 82 deelnemende piloten, verdeeld over 41 teams, mochten verwelkomen.
In 2013 - under pressure from "interest groups" - we have limited us to 1 race: the "EYBIS 300 km Luis CARREIRA" in Portimao, on October 5th.
It was a huge success, with 78 pilots from 12 countries (39 teams).
After the huge success of the 2013 edition (78 pilots of 12 nationalities, divided in 39 teams), we 'll limit us also in 2015 to 1 race: the "EYBIS 300 km Luis CARREIRA" at Portimao, on Saturday October 3th, 2015.
The above map offers fantastic possibilities !
Every red marker represents a circuit. If you pass your cursor over it, the name of the circuit appears. If you click on the red marker, a window appears with links to all possible information about it : a routeplanner to and from, a description of the circuit, an overview of the lodging possibilities in the vicinity, and images of previous POWERTROPHY races on this circuit.
Use - on the left side of the map - the vertical ruler to zoom in or out. Click on the map and drag it if the circuit disappears from the screen.
Use the buttons "Map", "Satellite" and "Hybrid" on the upper right side to choose the roadmap, the satellite picture or the combination of both.
More and more circuits are shown in high resolution and you can look at them in detail.
Have fun !