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New KM99 recruits thank their former EWC teams

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New KM99 recruits thank their former EWC teamsNew KM99 recruits thank their former EWC teams

30 November 2023

FIM Endurance World Championship riders Randy de Puniet and Jérémy Guarnoni have thanked their former teams after they were confirmed alongside Florian Marino as part of the revamped KM99 line-up for 2024 yesterday.

De Puniet (pictured below) joins KM99 from Team Kawasaki Webike Trickstar, while Guarnoni arrives at KM99 following a two-year stint with another Belgium-based outfit, BMW Motorrad World Endurance Team.

“The adventure with Team Kawasaki Webike Trickstar will not continue in 2024,” de Puniet posted on Facebook. “I want to thank my team, team-mates and sponsors during this season that hasn't been easy. I wish the team good luck for the next season. Maybe we'll cross paths again.”

Guarnoni (pictured above) wrote on Facebook: “I want to thank BMW Motorrad World Endurance Team for these two fantastic years with you guys. Four podiums, one 24-hour race win. A big thanks to my teammates and mechanics I will miss you guys.”


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