Le Mans. The FIM Endurance World Championship 2023 (FIM EWC)
starts this weekend with the 24 Hours of Le Mans (FRA). This season,
the BMW Motorrad World Endurance Team will be competing with the new
BMW M 1000 RR that has been optimised in a number of areas. Markus
Reiterberger (GER), Ilya Mikhalchik (UKR) and Jérémy Guarnoni (FRA)
will be sharing regular riding duties in the saddle of the #37 bike
again. Supported by BMW Motorrad Motorsport, the new Tecmas-MRP-BMW
Racing Team from France will be competing in the Superstock class of
the FIM EWC this season.
In interviews and statements, BMW Motorrad Motorsport Director Marc
Bongers, BMW Motorrad World Endurance Team Manager Werner Daemen and
the three BMW Motorrad works riders Reiterberger, Mikhalchik and
Guarnoni look ahead to the upcoming season. In the technical section,
you can find out more about the innovations and the technical data of
the new #37 BMW M 1000 RR for the FIM EWC 2023.
We also provide more information about the Tecmas-MRP-BMW Racing Team
led by owner Arnaud Sassone and the four riders: Kenny Foray (FRA),
Jan Bühn (GER), Loïc Arbel (FRA) and Maxime Bonnot (FRA). The quartet
will compete in the Superstock class with the #9 BMW M 1000 RR.
Detailed photographic material of teams, riders and motorbikes is
available to download free of charge here in the BMW Group PressClub.
For the media: Up-to-date information on Twitter.
In the upcoming season, media representatives will again be able to
use our social media channels to get the latest information.
Our Twitter channel will provide the latest news and reactions from
the qualifying sessions, as well as live updates during the FIM EWC races.
The races will be followed by the publication of a race summary, in
traditional press release format.