Team ERC Endurance and Kenny Foray split company

With the 2018/2019 FIM Endurance World Championship being over, Team ERC Endurance and French rider Kenny Foray split company after the final race has being held with the 8 hours of Suzuka last month. 

The team of Uwe Reinhard now is re-grouping and focusses to be set up for the start of the new 2019/2020 FIM EWC season, which is about to start on 21/22 of September 2019 with the 24 hours of the “Bol d’Or” in Le Castellet, Southern France. 

Team ERC Endurance will further count on the services of Mathieu Gines and Julien Da Costa and will continue to field the 2018 BMW S 1000 RR. Nothing is decided for the third rider yet, an announcement will be made the coming days.

Uwe Reinhardt, Team Principal: “After Suzuka’s race we mutually agreed on the premature redemption of our team’s contract with Kenny Foray, whom we wish all the best for his future and also want to thank him for his hard work during the last year. His input was very highly rated amongst our team to further develop this squad. We are now looking ahead to Bol d’Or, which we will tackle re-grouped, still using last year’s BMW Double-R. Further evaluations will be made in the winter time. For now we are happy to retain the services of Mathieu Gines and Julien Da Costa for the remainder of the year.”

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