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Due to Covid-19, 2021 was another difficult year that saw the cancellation of many events, including the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

This week, however, what is one of the most prestigious endurance races in the world will return to racing, with the reopening also to the warm public that each edition surrounds the French track.

Kevin Manfredi after having carried out tests with the MotoE at the Jerez circuit on Monday and Tuesday, today he will change uniform and bike, passing from the Energica Ego to the Yamaha YZF R1 with which he will take to the track right on the Bugatti Circuit of Le Mans to defend the colors of the Wojcik Racing Team.

The event will officially kick off the 2022 Endurace World Championship which will see Kevin Manfredi be the standard bearer of the Polish 777 team, which will aim to obtain the maximum result in the SuperStock category.

Kevin: "The tests with the Moto E were useful to regain confidence after the accident in March and therefore preparatory to my return to the track, also in view of this great race that will certainly not be easy for me physically, because the six ribs are obviously still fractured after only a month from the accident and therefore I feel pain, but I will grit my teeth and give my all to be fast and constant like every year throughout the race.

It will be important not to make mistakes and be precise during each stint, I can't wait to feel that mix of adrenaline, anxiety and tension on the starting grid, experience the excitement of my tenth 24h and start one of the races I love more in the world. "

Like every year Kevin through all his social channels, will allow you to get to the heart of the race during the race and thus experience the emotions that the drivers and teams experience during these endless and exciting endurance races.

Kevin thanks all the sponsors and technical partners of the 2022 season.

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