Geoffroy DEHAYE



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179 cm


78 Kg

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-2022 Champion - 125 Stock Val de loire

-2022 1st - Trophee Robert Doron

-2021 - 8th - endurance World Championship

-2020 - Champion - Trophée Ile de France 1000

-2014 - Vice Champion - WERC Promo 1000

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May 15th, 2023

EWC riders on what makes Spa special

The 2023 FIM Endurance World Championship is heading to the legendary Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps for one of international motorcycle racing’s ultimate high-speed rides next month.

As part of the build-up to the event in Belgium, this is what some of the category’s top talents have had to say on the demanding 6.985-kilometre layout ahead of the 24H SPA EWC Motos taking place from 16-18 June.

Niccolò Canepa, YART Yamaha: “It’s such an amazing track. For sure [last year’s] race was really, really tough but I still have good memories from Spa, being so competitive, so fast to recover so many positions since the beginning of the race when we had a problem. We had a hard day at Spa, a hard night, we were pushing like animals all the time, this was really impressive and this was the race where we showed everybody what we could do.”

Chaz Davies, ERC Endurance Ducati: “It’s cool, it’s one of those boxes you’ve got to tick. Racing at Spa, it’s up there with all the legendary tracks in the world. It’s a hell of a layout, just incredible, it’s fun to ride and it definitely lives up to the hype.”

Geoffroy Dehaye, Motobox Kremer Racing: “It’s very, very exciting. Last year was the first time for me but all the riders like this track. It’s famous, it’s like a mountain course, very fast and long, the Raidillon is so famous, my favourite corner in the world. Spa is a little bit hard at night because it’s so dark but it’s the same for all riders and we have to deal with this. But I love this track, I enjoy a lot to ride there, especially when you are at fifth gear in full throttle.”

Randy de Puniet, Team Kawasaki Webike Trickstar: “The track is quite incredible, honestly it’s the best circuit in the world. It’s the perfect track for the EWC. I enjoy every part of this circuit, even the chicane and the hairpin.”

Mike Di Meglio, F.C.C. TSR Honda France: “It’s a special track but the conditions can be quite tough because it can rain in some parts of the track and in one part it can be dry. You need to respect this track and you need to go there before to understand well because there are many fast corners.”

Kevin Manfredi, Wójcik Racing Team: “It’s incredible, it’s another track, it’s not similar to the others. It’s similar to the rollercoaster and it’s very fast.”

Philipp Steinmayr, Team 18 Sapeurs Pompiers CMS Motostore: “The track is awesome and I simply love it. There are so many special corners here and when I rode Eau Rouge for the first time it was amazing, a really special corner.” 

Markus Reiterberger, BMW Motorrad World Endurance Team: “Coming to Spa is always special. The Tarmac is so nice, I really love it. It’s just amazing with so much grip, so stable.”

Thursday 15 June:

16h00-18h30, Malmedy parade and autograph signing session
Friday 16 June:
10h00-11h00, Free Practice
12h00-14h00, First Qualifying
15h15-17h15, Second Qualifying
21h00-23h00, Night Practice
Saturday 17 June:
14h00, Start of 24H SPA EWC Motos

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May 13th, 2023

Suzuka set: Motobox Kremer Racing adds Japan date to EWC schedule

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.” 

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May 11th, 2023

Energy to the max as Dehaye gets ready for Spa EWC action


April 26th, 2023

New-look Motobox Kremer Racing EWC line-up delivers and praised


April 15th, 2023

Last-minute EWC 24 Heures Motos line-up changes in short


February 10th, 2023

Changes made but spirit strong for EWC team Motobox Kremer Racing

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