FIM EWC/Randy Krummenacher joins Wójcik Racing Team

Swiss driver Randy Krummenacher, the champion of the 2019 Swiss Motocross Championship, will join the Wójcik Racing Team in April, partnering with Gino Rea and Sheridan Morais for the YAMAHA team from Poland 24 Heures Motos

Wójcik Racing Team won the 4th place in the annual ranking last season. Last season, it won two podiums. They were the second place in the 2019 Bol d’Or 24H and the second place in the 2020 12 Hours of Estoril. Three.

Before the start of the 2021 season, the Wójcik Racing Team has recruited three strong riders to help out. They are Swiss driver Randy Krummenacher, winner of the 2019 Swiss Motorcycle Championship, and Gino Rea and Sheridan Morais, also from world-class events. Together they made their debut at FIM EWC.

Randy Krummenacher is excited about this change. He mentioned, “I have always liked the atmosphere of 24 Heures Motos. Everything is new to me, but we have a strong team, and I can also talk to Gino and Sheridan. Two strong and fulfilling drivers have become teammates. I think we can strive for a good result together.”

Team boss Grzegorz Wójcik is satisfied with the major supplies coming this season. “We are very pleased that Randy has joined. He can ride with Gino and Sheridan for the team and cheer for the upcoming 24 Heures Motos in Le Mans.

Randy is a world champion, so we have no doubt that he can show in FIM EWC as fast as in the World Supercar Championship. We also hope that he will have a good time during 24 Heures Motos and in the future Join us again. “

Wójcik Racing Team’s ambitious ambitions have entered their fourth FIM EWC season. This Polish team will also join the second team in the Superstock class, and is expected to be announced in the FIM Superstock class in the near future. The lineup of drivers that make Yamaha #777 vehicles attract everyone’s attention.

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Data source “EWC World Endurance Championship Official Website”
“Webike Taiwan” editorial department compiled

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