Krzemien in Pole position for more EWC success with Wojcik
Kamil Krzemień reckons he’ll be an even better rider when he returns to the FIM Endurance World Championship in 2023.
The Polish talent, 23, rode for Wójcik Racing Team in the 2018-19 title chase scored a Superstock class podium in the 8 Hours of Oschersleben.
After spending 2022 impressing in the German IDM series, is back on EWC duty with Grzegorz Wójcik’s Yamaha-powered squad.
“I have long wanted to return to long-distance racing and I missed the EWC,” said Krzemień. “I made a lot of progress [in 2022] and developed as a rider, so I am convinced that this will help me fight in the upcoming season for even better results than before.
“I wanted to start in a team in which I can fight for podiums, both in FIM EWC and in IDM, that’s why I’m happy to be back under the wings of Wójcik Racing Team. It was in their colours that I reached my only EWC podium and now we want to fight together for even more.”
Grzegorz Wójcik said: “We are happy about Kamil’s return, because not only is he one of the fastest Polish and European competitors, but he also successfully started in our colours, standing on the podium in EWC and reaching for the Polish championship. We know and understand each other very well, that’s why I believe that we will have another very successful season. We have everything to be able to fight not only for the podiums, but also for victories and the championship title.”