The spectrum of successful motorsporting activities Wunderlich Motorsport has taken part in is enormous and in 2017 ranged from taking part in endurance races to road races, through to the legendary Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, the most outstanding and challenging of all mountain races in the USA. The drivers for this ambitious commitment are Erich Wunderlich and Frank Hoffmann.
He left his calling card in Europe in Wunderlich MOTORSPORT‘s BMW BoxerCup team in the most impressive way. He was familiar with the R nineT Racer, like so many other racing Boxers that he had already ridden so successfully, primarily in the USA. But he didn‘t know Europe‘s race tracks back then. All that changed this year, though. His familiarity with the Boxer has evolved and he studied those race tracks in 2019, committing them to memory. He overcame the wicked jetlag that he suffered when he crossed the Atlantic to race. And not least with the harshness he subjects himself to. He more than convinced the community of fans in the BMW BoxerCup with his spectacular riding style, his passion and his unconditional will to be victorious. In the 2019 series, he went from a standing start to vice champion!
Vice? Second? That foxed the charismatic American.
Wunderlich MOTORSPORT and the German Endurance Racing Team 56 (G.E.R.T.56) are taking new directions together in 2020. As the FIM Endurance Superstock World Cup Vice Champion, there can only be one goal in the long-distance championship: bringing the title to Germany. With this in mind, Wunderlich ambassador Lucy Glöckner will complete a guest start in the Internationalen Deutschen Motorradmeisterschaft (IDM: International German Motorbike Championship) with her „home race“ at the Sachsenring. The team applies with Lucy Glöckner for a wildcard for the German comeback of the FIM Superbike World Championship at the Motorsport Arena Oschersleben.
|22.-24.05.2020||BMW BoxerCup||Spielberg||Austria||06.06.2020||EWC: 8 Hours of Oschersleben||Oschersleben||Germany|
|03.-05.07.2020||BMW BoxerCup||Most||Czech Republic||19.07.2020||EWC: Suzuka 8 Hours||Suzuka||Japan|
|05.-06.09.2020||EWC: 24 Heures Motos||Le Mans||France|