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Wójcik’s all-Polish EWC trio to get extra action in 2024

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Wójcik’s all-Polish EWC trio to get extra action in 2024Wójcik’s all-Polish EWC trio to get extra action in 2024

07 February 2024

Wójcik Racing Team’s all-Polish FIM Endurance World Championship trio won’t be short of race practice in 2024 following confirmation that Kamil Krzemień, Jurand Kuśmierczyk and Artur Wielebski will contest their national series.

The trio are part of Wójcik’s five-strong Honda-powered effort, which also features Błaątej Andrzejewski and 17-year-old Mateusz Molik.

Eighteen-year-old Kuśmierczyk is the reigning Polish Superstock 600 champion and steps up full-time to the Superbike class. 

Krzemień and Wielebski will challenge for Superstock 1000 class honours having achieved significant results in their homeland in recent seasons.

Molik will be the sole Wójcik representative in the new 600 category having claimed the Polish Supersport 300 title in 2023. Andrzejewski will chase success in the Polish Cup Sport 1000 class.

"We are very excited not only about the new chapter we are opening with Honda in the FIM Endurance World Championships, but also in the Polish championships, where we exhibit a very strong representation," said Sławomir Kubzdyl, manager and co-owner of Wójcik Racing Team. “Mateusz and Jurand are young generation players with championship titles on their account, which we want to provide them with the best platform for further development. Artur and Kamil's experience will certainly help us develop new Honda motorcycles and will translate to our pace not only in Poland, but also in the World championship.”

Team founder and co-owner Grzegorz Wójcik said: “On the one hand, competing in the Polish championship has always been very important to us, and numerous championship titles are a reason for great pride for the whole team. On the other hand, it’s also an ideal training for our competitors and extra kilometres between the EWC rounds. This year the Polish championship will be an additional challenge and test due to the development of new motorcycles, built in cooperation with Honda Polska. What's more, our EWC competitors will leave one of the Polish rounds due to overlapping calendars, so the title fight won't be easy for us, but we'll do our best.”

The four-event Polish championship season begins at Tor Poznań from 24-26 May. 

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