1 April 2019

Wójcik Racing Team ready and waiting for Le Mans

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Two bikes will be fighting for the highest placing in 24h legendary motorcycle race. We will see the riders at the starting-line on the 20th of April and this Monday the team begins official tests.
Just like in 24h Bol D’or motorcycle race, Wójcik Racing team fields two bikes in Le Mans. Starting from Monday the team begins the official tests on French Bugatti race Circuit. – Just as we announced, during the first round FIM EWC 2018-2019 both bikes representing Wójcik Racing Team will be fighting in the whole series of the world championships. – confirms the head of the team, Grzegorz Wójcik. The entry will be joined by two very skilful racers who will add more excitement to the race as well as help the team take the best possible place. We all count on that. Our aim is to see the checkered flag at 3pm on Easter Sunday and get the highest score at the finish line. We are also front runners in EWC Dunlop Independent Trophy and we wish to be equally successful as in the last round.
The full permanent entry for the race { which is second round of the series} will appear at the official tests FIM Endurance World Championship 24 Heures Motos. The biggest changes will occur on board 77 Formula EWC Yamaha with worldwide famous current Polish champion Marek Szkopek, British Superbike, Moto2 and WSBK racer Gino Rea and titled Slovenian racer Marko Jerman. Christoffer Bergman as a reserve rider.
The second entry appearing in Superstock class are the riders who debuted in great style in September in Bol D’or. The junior squad will take part in the race without changes. On board 777 Yamaha is current 2 Polish runner-up in Superstock 1000 class Adrian Pasek, the third superbike rider in European Alpe Adria series and current Austria runner-up Philipp Steinmayr, and the youngest rider Kamil Krzemień. Te reserve rider is Artur Wielebski, who is coming back to the team this season.
The 24h race 24 Houres Motos Le Mans begins on the 20th April at 3 pm with sprint to motorbikes and finishes exactly 24 hours later. The race of 60 teams can be seen on Eurosport2 channel.