Team Bolliger

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The Team Bolliger is one of longest running Endurance World Championship teams. The privateer team competed their first race in the Endurance World Championship back in 1982. Since then the team scored multiple successes with the highlights finishing 2nd in the championship in 2005 & 2010.

Team leader Hanspeter Bolliger founded the team in 1975, the crew around him benefits from his immense experience, accumulated in motorcycle racing as a motorcycle racer and tuner over the years. The team consists of a tough core of well-rehearsed individuals who sacrifice almost all their leisure time and vacations to manage the job as a racing mechanic or caregiver. Team Bolliger is an amateur team that is one of the few private motorcycle racing teams in the tough professional business, which is always good to collect championship points.

Roman Stamm, Sébastien Suchet and Nigel Walraven are riding for the team in the 2019 season on their Kawasaki ZX-10R.

SERIES    Endurance World Championship EWC

2005   Vice-Worldchampion EWC
2009   3rd place EWC
2010   Vice-Worldchampion EWC
2014   3rd place EWC

Roman Stamm
Year of birth: 1976
Nationality: Swiss
Residence: Fischingen / TG
In the team since: 2010, 2002 - 2005

Sébastien Suchet
Year of birth: 1990
Nationality: Swiss
Residence: Lully / VD
In the team since: 2018

Nigel Walraven
Year of birth: 1988
Nationality: Dutch
Residence: Groinchen / NL
In the team since: 2019

Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R *Endurance*
Engine: 4 cylinder 4-stroke, in row; 998 ccm; 16 valves, water-cooled
Power: more than 200 PS
Top speed: 349.5 km/h, measured in Le Castellet (FRA)

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