Dynavolt RACING TEAMS
Dynavolt partnered with Team Liqui Moly Intact GP
for the Moto2 and MotoE.
As LIQUI MOLY Intact GP, the team is entering its eighth season in one of the toughest series in motorcycle racing, the Moto2™ World Championship. In the middle class of the world championship, the team has grown in recent years to become a respected part of the MotoGP™ motorcycle world championship.
The team was originally founded as DYNAVOLT Intact GP by Stefan Keckeisen, owner of Keckeisen Akkumulatoren in Memmingen, Wolfgang Kuhn, owner of Kuhn Bau in Bad Wurzach, and Jürgen Lingg, Team Manager.
DYNAVOLT MOTO E
The Dynavolt Intact GP team will again be fighting for the MotoE World Championship title in 2021 with Dominique Aegerter. The 2020 World Championship bronze medalist delivered a near-flawless rookie season in MotoE and says he “still has a score to settle” after a number of total failures through no fault of his own. Those zeros potentially cost the team the world title. In the end, the likeable Swiss finished third overall, but did so with the same number of points as the runner-up.
DYNAVOLT WORLD SUPERBIKE CHAMPIONSHIP
The Dynavolt BMW Motorrad World Superbike Team is racing in one of the most excited racing championships in the world. The Superbike World Championship consists of a series of rounds held on permanent racing facilities. Europe is Superbike World Championship’s traditional centre and leading market. Tom Sykes (#66) and Michael van der Mark (#60) are racing on the lightweight BMW M 1000 RR with 230hp and a topspeed of +300km/h.
DYNAVOLT BRITISCH SUPERBIKE CHAMPIONSHIP
Dynavolt is title sponsor of the Dynavolt Triumph Britisch Superbike Team. The team is managed by Simon Buckmaster has a proven capability in Supersport race preparation, trackside operations and the ability to co-ordinate with Triumph’s in-house engineering department. This championship is currently known for sponsorship reasons as the Bennetts British Superbike Championship, is the leading road racing superbike championship in the United Kingdom, and was once widely acknowledged as the premier domestic superbike racing series in the world.