May 13th, 2023
Motobox Kremer Racing has confirmed plans to contest the 44th Coca-Cola Suzuka 8 Hours Endurance Race from 4-6 August.
The German team, which placed 11th in the Formula EWC category in the 24 Heures Motos last month, highlighted the backing it has received from “loyal sponsors and supporters, especially Bücher Bau – Schlüsselfertiges Bauen from Idstein” for making its participation in Japan’s round of the FIM Endurance World Championship possible.
Geoffroy Dehaye plus new-for-2023 recruits Daniel Rubin and Christian Napoli are expected to ride the squad’s #65 Yamaha at Suzuka.
Motobox Kremer Racing’s Georg Haas said: “We are very satisfied with the way the season has gone so far. At Le Mans we initially had some bad luck but, in the end, we got a good result. Thanks to our strong sponsors, we can now look forward to the next three classics on the EWC calendar. We are particularly looking forward to returning to Suzuka. Before that, we want to build on the strong result from the start of the season in Spa – our riders are in good spirits.”
April 26th, 2023
Motobox Kremer Racing’s new-look FIM Endurance World Championship line-up not only finished in the top 15 out of 54 starters in 24 Heures Motos earlier this month – it also prompted the boss to say thanks.
Christian Napoli and Daniel Rubin, Motobox Kremer Racing’s new signings for 2023, plus Martin Choy, who was a last-minute replacement for Geoffroy Dehaye after the Frenchman was unable to set a competitive lap time in qualifying following a fall, finished the season opener in 15th overall and 11th among the Formula EWC contingent.
In a post on Facebook afterwards, Manfred Kremer wrote: “Thanks to the three new riders, Daniel Rubin, Christian Napoli and Martin Choy. A big thank you to the entire Motobox Kremer Racing family who have been working tirelessly for the past week to reach this ranking. And thank you for all your encouragement.”
February 10th, 2023
Changes made but spirit strong for EWC team Motobox Kremer Racing
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