22 December 2023

All-Star lineup for Wójcik Racing Team’s Superstock 777 entry

Returning World Champion Gino Rea joins Kevin Manfredi, Danny Webb and Sheridan Morais onboard Wójcik Racing Team’s no. 777 Honda for the 2024 FIM EWC Superstock World Cup. 

Having just confirmed an all-Polish 77 entry for the EWC class, the team owned by Grzegorz Wójcik and Sławomir Kubzdyl goes all-in in the Superstock category as well. 

Having finished the 2023 season tied on points for third overall, the 777 crew will expand to four full-time riders thanks to the new Superstock regulations allowing all four to take part in the races. 

2024 will see a special homecoming for the 2022 FIM Endurance World Champion Gino Rea, who started his endurance career with the Wójcik Racing Team in 2019 and continued with the Polish team for three years. 

Gino will be joined by two of the fastest Superstock riders from 2023, the vastly experienced Italian Kevin Manfredi and his fellow Briton, Danny Webb, as well as his former 77 teammate, Sheridan Morais.

The international all-star lineup will share a brand-new Honda CBR1000RR, a model already well known to Gino, Kevin and Sherdian. 

“We are extremely excited to announce such a strong Superstock lineup and to welcome Gino back in the Wójcik Racing Team – says Grzegorz Wójcik. – We are looking to build on our strong 2023 result and challenge at the front again. Our riders are not only very fast but also very experienced, which will be very important as we learn and develop our new Honda motorcycles. Both 777 and the all-Polish 77 crew are keen to get to work and Le Mans can’t come soon enough”. 

“Gino knew that our bike will always wait for him whenever he feels ready to return to action and I always knew that he will come back to racing – adds Sławomir Kubzdyl. – I’m glad that this day had come and at such an exciting time for us as a team. Gino is a true racer and a perfect fit for Kevin, Danny and Sheridan, who all have been with us for years now and we are absolutely thrilled to have all of them continue with us for 2024. With the new rules allowing four riders to race in the Superstock class, we are confident that the experience and speed of our lineup will help us to fight at the front and develop our project in both categories”.