FIM EWC: Team LRP Poland face several changes ahead of 2019 events

2019 racing season will be the tenth one in the history of Team LRP Poland, who are ready to face their fourth season in FIM Endurance World Championship. The Polish team owned by Bartlomiej Lewandowski have strengthened their rider lineup for the remainder of 2018/2019 season.

While the presence of Lewandowski can be considered as obvious, the other two spots available have been given to a couple of promising youngsters. One of them is 18-year-old Austrian Arnaud Friedrich, who has been re-signed after the good speed shown in 2018, while the third spearhead of the team is new entry Dominik Vincon. The 27-year-old from Germany boasts great results in German IDM Superstock series and he was part of NRT48 Volpker BMW during their great 2016/2017 campaign.

Lewandowski, Friedrich and Vincon will ride #90 BMW S1000RR on Pirelli tyres and the bike will be prepared once again by alpha Racing. Their goal is to improve the results scored last year and in 2016/2017, as their best result in the past two years is a seventh place scored at 8 Hours of SlovakiaRing.

Back then, one of Team LRP Poland’s riders was Markus Reiterberger, who even fought for the podium at 8 Hours of Oschersleben. The deal with “Reiti” led to the collaboration between Team LRP Poland and alpha Technik, crucial to have a competitive BMW S1000RR machine.

Dominik (Vincon) is perfect to complete our rider lineup“, said Bartlomiej Lewandowski. “He’s fast and experienced and we already know him, since he raced with us at last year’s 8 Hours of Oschersleben. With him, we can aim for bigger results. Furthermore, we’ll count once again on the support of alpha Racing, which is very important to face FIM EWC events with confidence“,. As usual, we’ll recognize Team LRP Poland by the yellow colour and n. 90.


Translated by Alessandro Palma

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