The Polish team will return to the FIM Endurance World Championship next year with both crews racing on new Honda motorcycles.
The squad founded by Grzegorz Wójcik made its FIM EWC debut in 2017 and remains one of the top privateer outfits in the series ever since.
In 2024 both crews, no. 77 and 777, will race in FIM EWC using the latest Honda CBR1000RR-R Fireblade SP motorcycles.
The Formula EWC entry no. 77 will continue to use Pirelli tyres while the Superstock no. 777 will use the class spec Dunlops.
The PKN ORLEN supported Polish team will reveal its rider line-up in coming weeks as it continues to prepare for the season opening 24 Heures Motos in Le Mans in April.
“After six seasons in FIM EWC and almost a decade of racing together the time has come for us to take on a new challenge – says Team Principal, Grzegorz Wójcik. – We’ve been very successful with Yamaha both in the World Championship as well as the Polish Championship and Alpe Adria. We are very grateful for the support we have received, both from Yamaha Poland and Yamaha Europe. We will always look back at our time together with great fondness. Meanwhile, we have chosen to embark on a new challenge in 2024. We are very excited about learning our new package and working with Honda. We are well aware that it won’t be easy, as endurance racing never is, but we can count on our experienced team and superb riders, so we can’t wait for the racing to start in Le Mans”.