The technically completely identical Cup motorcycles, constructed based on an optimised and modified BMW R nineT racer will be outfitted, among other things with Wunderlich‘s:
- „TT“ windshield,
- R nineT number plate set,
- Oil cooler guard,
- Paralever crash pad and
- Tail and front lifter.
Completing the triple
But Hoffman has another bit of news up his sleeve: „After the recent championship wins in 2017 and 2018 in the Endurance class of the RLC long distance series at the Nürburgring, I am withdrawing from active racing, which is not to say I‘m excluding the possibility of being a guest rider every now and then. Wunderlich Motorsport will be represented again in 2019 and just like in the BMW BoxerCup, we have our sights on one goal: Ending the season successfully, completing the triple in the RLC as much as we can.“ The racing team is launching with riders Sebastian Klettke, developer and race mechanic at Wunderlich; Sven Cremer, who organises trade fairs and events at Wunderlich; and - little wonder - with Christof „Fifty“ Höfer. Once again, the Wunderlich Motorsport Team will be appearing on a BMW S 1000 RR brilliantly prepared in their own workshops.
Due to their commitment in both series, Wunderlich Motorsport will not be appearing at the Pikes Peak International Hillclimb in 2019.