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The Swiss rider will race in 2020 wearing the Tati Team Beaujolais Racing colours after two years with Bolliger Team Switzerland.

Sébastien Suchet will stay loyal to Kawasaki, but he’ll now be wearing the colours of French team Tati Team Beaujolais Racing. The Swiss rider’s former saddle – since the 2018 24 Heures Motos – was Bolliger Team Switzerland’s Kawasaki #8.

He has opted to switch to the Kawasaki #4, joining Alan Techer and Julien Enjolras. Patrick Enjolras, the team manager of Tati Team Beaujolais Racing, is thrilled. “Sébastien is a fast rider who knows the Kawasaki very well,” he says. Kevin Denis is expected to stay on with Tati Team Beaujolais Racing as fourth rider.

Sébastien Suchet was a Superstock 1000 FIM Cup rider before making his FIM EWC debut, finishing just off the podium in 2018 at the 24 Heures Motos and the Bol d’Or with Bolliger Team Switzerland – results that whetted his appetite for more.

Bolliger are a fantastic team with a lot of experience who finish the race nine times out of ten. But we don’t have the same race philosophy. I want podiums and fireworks. The way Bolliger see it, a good place in the standings is more important than getting a podium. Tati Team have a good technical crew working on engine, electronics and chassis setup. That’s vital in terms of getting the bike to perform better. Alan Techer, Julien Enjolras and I should be well equipped to fight for a podium.

Bolliger Team Switzerland is expected to shortly announce the name of a new rider to partner Nigel Walraven and Roman Stamm (who is racing his final season).

Original Source [ FIM EWC ]



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The FIM Endurance World Championship (EWC) is an exciting championship in which both the motorcycles and riders are sorely put to the test in races lasting from 8 hours to 24 hours.

Having Eurosports Events as promotor since 2015, the world championship has witnessed a substantial increase in both media coverage, with races being broadcast worldwide, and race attendance figures, as a result of renewed interest in the sport. The championship is also attracting bigger, more international rider line-ups, with an ever-increasing number of new, high-level teams and riders signing up to compete in the FIM EWC each year.

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