ERC Endurance Ducati and Sylvain Barrier split company
ERC Endurance Ducati and Sylvain Barrier split company on mutual agreement. At Le Mans the team’s Ducati Panigale V4R will bi ridden by Mathieu Gines, Etienne Masson and Louis Rossi this weekend.
Sylvain Barrier had joined up with ERC Endurance Ducati for last year’s 12 horas Portugal at Estoril but team and rider now did decide to split up prior the 2021 FIM Endurance World Championship’s opening round at Le Mans this week. Barrier will therefore not be part of the 24 heures Motos.
There will be Mathieu Gines, Etienne Masson and Louis Rossi at the team’s Ducati Panigale V4R helm.
Uwe Reinhardt, Team Boss:
“We want to thank Sylvain Barrier for the good collaboration. His experience in racing and with the Ducati Panigale V4R have helped us to further develop our young project. On mutual agreement both parties decided to not continue together. At Le Mans we will field Mathieu Gines, Etienne Masson and Louis Rossi for the iconic 24 hours race which finally will mark the opening round of the 2021 FIM Endurance World Championship.”