DYNAVOLT INTACT GP is participating the fifth year in one of the toughest series in road racing, the Moto2™ Motorcycle World Championship. In the class of the 600cc bikes the team has become an established name.
The team was founded by Stefan Keckeisen, owner of Keckeisen Accumulators in Memmingen, Wolfgang Kuhn, owner of Kuhn Bau in Bad Wurzach, and Jürgen Lingg, who is the Team Manager. The team's motorbikes are running with the chassis by Suter Industries and the suspension by Öhlins.
In 2013 the team entered the intermediate category of the MotoGP™ Championship as a 1-rider line-up with Sandro Cortese after he won the 2012 Moto3™ title. After three years in this constellation, the Bavarian team was increased by an additional place. Jonas Folger joined the box one year ago and secured 5 podiums including the firs victory for the German squad. Anothe podium by Sandro Cortese rounded up a successful season in this very competitive class!
It was easy to see who would be the new rider after Jonas Folger, who climbed up to the MotoGP class after only one year in the team.
With Marcel Schrötter the team signed another German talent. The DYNAVOLT INTACT GP team feels commited to wrap up the best possible package for the 24-year-olds to have a successful future together.
In addition to the competition on the world stage the support of young talents is another priority for the DYNAVOLT INTACT GP. After the team supported the ADAC Northern Europe Cup as a series partner and became a participant with Matthias Meggle in 2016, the team promotes a new project in the NEC this season.
RAS stands for Racing Academy Sachsenring - a talent factory with seat at the Sachsenring, which is led by Dirk Reißmann as Teammanager and Kai Grabner as Technical Director. Riders are two super fast youngsters from Saxony. Marvin Siebdraht (13 years old) from Wildenfels is even the youngest participant in the ADAC Northern Europe Cup. His box neighbour is Paul Fröde (14 years old) from Hohenstein-Ernstthal.
In co-operation with DYNAVOLT INTACT GP, the Junior Team will compete in the Moto3 class and form a base for a successful future in higher classes.
Matthias Meggle also remains under the wings of the Memmingen Racing Team. The fast-paced rider will continue in the Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup. Additionally the team is planning entries in the Spanish CEV Championship. In this way the 16-year-old can be led step by step to the World Championship level.