Factory Kramer machinery will grace the 100th Anniversary Manx Grand Prix, with Macau Grand Prix runner-up David Datzer, Switzerland’s Ivo Ladde at the controls in the new look Lightweight race.
Already enjoying a positive reputation in road racing circles, the German brand are confident that they can contend for great results in August.
In addition to the MGP, Kramer’s are also Horice bound for this month’s 300 Curves of Gustav Havel meeting.
Speaking yesterday, new Kramer Motorcycles/Motolix team pilot, aforementioned IRRC Superbike Championship runner-up Datzer, who will soon be on North West 200 riding duties, stated:
“I was in contact with Motolix 2 years ago and since this year the motorcycle, the Krämer EVO2-690R, has been approved official for the lightweight class.
A phone call later, I was allowed to visit the headquarters of Krämer Motorcycles in Töging, 20 minutes away from me.
I’m looking forward to the challenge and will try to convert the great first impression from testing at Rijeka into a nice result in Horice.
Many thanks to Markus Krämer, Robert Eby and Tim Eby for this opportunity to pilot the Krämer EVO2-690R.
Thanks to my private sponsors to make this adventure also with me, MTP-Racing, HaD-Eck.”
Quotes courtesy of Matthias Wolfstein
Photo credit: Anja Tschopp /Krämer Motorcycles
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