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Speer Racing is the first organiser of its kind to be certified according to DIN ISO 9001. This means perfect customer service before the event as well as on and off the track. That's how we want to offer you safe and sensational driving fun - over 200 times a year.

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Full throttle. Full fun. Fully safe!

For over 30 years, Speer Racing has stood for adrenaline-pumping racing events and driving safety training on Europe's most beautiful and fastest race tracks. Everyone who shares our passion for motorcycling on the race track or simply wants to try it out is welcome to join our ever-growing racing family. We stand for uncompromisingly high safety in all areas of our events. After all, we don't just want you to race through the bends with healthy enthusiasm, we also want you to come home healthy afterwards. That's all the philosophy we need.

 

THE TEAM

DAVID FUCHS
DAVID FUCHSShareholder and Managing Director

German, English, French
david.fuchs@speer-racing.de

MICHAEL DOBBERMANN
MICHAEL DOBBERMANNEvent organisation

German, English
michael.dobbermann@speer-racing.de

NADINE GHIRMAI
NADINE GHIRMAIContact

German, English
nadine.ghirmai@speer-racing.de

PASCAL PREGIZER
PASCAL PREGIZERSupervisor

German, English, French
pascal.pregizer@speer-racing.de

SILAS KOPP
SILAS KOPPAccount Manager

German, English
silas.kopp@speer-racing.de

STEFANIE KUNZE
STEFANIE KUNZEAdministrator

German, English
stefanie.kunze@speer-racing.de

WOLFGANG FINSLER
WOLFGANG FINSLERShareholder and Managing Director

German, English
wolfgang.finsler@speer-racing.de

BIGGI MEYER
BIGGI MEYERClerk

German, English
wolfgang.finsler@speer-racing.de

OUR INSTRUCTORS

Each of our instructors has a long career in motorcycling and knows all the events, procedures and rules down to the last detail. Regular training sessions on and off the track are a matter of course and ensure that everything runs as it should and revolves around the participant - i.e. you - no matter what the training!

 

Born in 1966, has been a driving instructor and trainer for over 20 years and has been an instructor at Speer Racing since 2014. He has been riding on the race track since 2007, preferably in Brno, and loves motorbike racing. Since he also enjoys working with people and is good at analysing, it makes sense for him to pass on his knowledge as an instructor. Motivation is the be-all and end-all for him.

 

He prefers to instruct during Toni Mang trainings and at the RookieCamp, because "it's not about tenths of seconds there, but about the big picture". Besides the perfect organisation and infrastructure at Speer, the dog lover especially appreciates the family atmosphere in the team.

 

Born in 1967, he has been riding on the race track himself since 2001 and got to know Valentino Rossi, one of the best racers of all time, personally at the 2013 MotoGP. Since 2005, the driving instructor and test driver has also strengthened the Speer Racing instructor team. His special ability lies in the fact that he can "assess the skills of a participant after just one turn".

 

He prefers to work in 1:1 coaching, because here he can focus on one person and thus work particularly effectively. When he's not driving others, he likes to restore US cars.

 

Born in 1972, he discovered racetrack driving for himself in 2005 and initially took part in many Speer Racing events as a participant. With the corresponding experience of his own and "convinced by the concept as well as the atmosphere in the Speer family", the Mugello fan has also been inspiring participants from the race track as an instructor since 2019 and shares his knowledge with them, preferably as part of GettingStarted.

 

His personal highlights were as a visitor at the Superbike World Championship in Misano, as a helper at the 24h in Barcelona and as a driver at the 300 miles of Hockenheim. Since he can't do without a motor, he likes to ride an e-bike in his spare time.

 

Born in 1955, is one of the "older hands" in the Speer Racing instructor team. Since 2007, he has been part of a "great and harmonious team" that teaches motorbike enthusiasts about the hobby of racing and gives them confidence and trust in themselves and their equipment. He is characterised by patience and empathy, especially with newcomers to the racetrack.

 

The racer, who started his two-wheeled career on an MZ ES 150 and also likes to ride his bike, prefers to use his skills in the GettingStarted training sessions and at the RookieCamp.

 

Born in 1979, has been a member of the Speer Racing instructor team since 2010. The driving instructor with a lot of experience in the field of training describes his job as an instructor at Speer as a win-win situation for everyone. Because here he can "ride a motorbike, chat and teach people something" at the same time. His aspiration: to translate knowledge in such a way that everyone can understand it, and to broaden horizons so that people can develop further.

 

As a senior instructor, his duties also include the training and further education of the other instructors. He had his own motorcycling highlight at the Sachsenring when he was able to overtake former MotoGP rider Alex Hofmann, who admittedly had an engine failure, in the Omega.

 

Born in 1964, joined Speer Racing as an instructor in 2011, ten years after he himself had taken part in a "groundbreaking" training course at Speer Racing. Since 2011, he has enjoyed passing on his passion for fast motorcycling to others and ensures that his training participants have joy on their faces at the end of the day. In doing so, the Spa-Francorchamps fan relies on precise instructions, realistic goals and a jointly developed, individual concept that enables each participant to be safe and fast on the road under their own steam.

 

He himself was safe and fast on the road in 2017 when he took victory in an endurance race on the Pannoniaring - a personal motorcycling highlight.

 

Born in 1987, has one great passion: racing. This led him all the way to the International German Motorcycle Championship. In 2007, he finished the season in 11th place in the Superbike class. Since 2010, he has also strengthened the Speer Racing instructor team and, as a senior instructor, now mainly takes care of the sporting management. His goal is to pick up each participant at their individual personal level and give them the opportunity to develop further.

 

For all participants, "a day with Speer should be an experience", whether in the RookieCamp or in the 1:1 coaching. He himself loves to ride at the Schleizer Dreieck and when the engine is not running, he loves to turn screws in and out on all motorbikes.

 

Born in 1979, he started his motorcycling career with a Kawasaki ZX-6R and found his way onto the race track as early as 1999. His personal highlight was his participation in the Speer Racing PowerCup in 2012. He has also been an instructor for Speer since 2007. A quick grasp and experience combined with his good technical understanding distinguish him.

 

In addition, he can analyse well and, with individual feedback, achieve maximum learning success with as little risk as possible. His mission: to get as many sporty motorcyclists as possible away from dangerous road riding and permanently onto the safe race track.

 

Born in 1955, first conquered the race track in 1999 during a Speer Racing training session at the Salzburgring. Since 2005, the Barcelona fan has also been part of the Speer instructor team. What particularly excites him about it is the mixture of a high degree of flexibility, technical knowledge, observation and assessment of people "in one of the most ingenious sports there is on this planet".

 

Working with people, technology and on technology with people gives him particular pleasure. He is particularly proud of the fact that he has not crashed once in his entire racing career. Away from the race track, he likes to spend his time kayaking, water sports, (downhill) biking and model helicopters.

 

Born in 1975, is not only very sporty on two wheels, but also on skis. His first motorbike was a Bimota YB9. He discovered riding on the race track in 2006 and has remained true to it until today. In the Triumph Cup, he was able to take 3rd place in 2019. Since 2011, he has been a member of the Speer Racing instructor team, because there he can "share his passion with like-minded people in a great team".

 

He prefers to instruct in 1:1 coaching, because that is where he can best respond to the participant and help him progress. His riding skills and good nature help him to teach each of his customers the right way to handle a motorbike on the race track.

 

Born in 1970, joined Speer Racing as an instructor in 2012. He appreciates the fact that a "professional team always gives its best here and the togetherness in a cool instructor group". His motorcycling highlight is his first endurance race at the Lausitzring in 2005. He prefers to ride in Brno and enjoys instructing at Toni Mang trainings.

 

Here he has more intensive contact with the participants and less time pressure. In addition, they can practise what they have learned in free turns. Since he is able to put himself in his participants' shoes and adjust to them, he can also convey the right content to them. His years of experience as a coach of a ski racing team also help him in this.

 

Born in 1966, he began his two-wheeled career in 1984 on a Zündapp 50 KS. His path led him all the way to participation in the 24h of Le Mans and the Bol D'Or. After his racing career, he didn't want to let his wealth of experience and knowledge go to waste and signed on as an instructor with Speer Racing in 2012.

 

In addition to 1:1 coaching, he likes to instruct at the RookieCamp, because here he can accompany the progress of the participants over several days. In his free time, the Luxembourger, who speaks fluent French, likes to tinker with motorbikes and bicycles and practises Tai Chi.

 

Born in 1977, he gained his first racing experience in DMSB series sport on a Kawasaki ZX-10R. In 2012, he then switched to the Pirelli Cup organised by Speer Racing, his motorcycling highlight, and later to the German Endurance Cup. Since 2015, he has strengthened the instructor team and is now a senior instructor. He enjoys passing on his racing experience to inquisitive participants, preferably as part of the Toni Mang training sessions that last several days, as this is where particularly great progress is possible.

 

By asking the right questions, listening well and from this giving the right tips for each participant, he can look "into happy but also challenged faces" in the evening. The sports-loving family man and dog lover himself loves to race at Mugello and Barcelona.

 

Born in 1973, enjoys riding anything with an engine, but especially high-displacement motorbikes on the race track. His personal motorcycling highlights were his participation in the German Series Sports Championship, which he finished with 7th place in the annual standings in 2009, and a 5th place at the 1000 km Hockenheim in 2019. He has been part of the Speer Racing instructor team since 2011.

 

He particularly enjoys guiding participants in lean angle training, as in his experience most racers have problems in this area. With his affable manner, he passionately teaches his participants how to move their motorbike safely and quickly.

 

Born in 1966, came to motorcycling through Toni Mang's fitness trainer, who was his sports teacher. His motorcycling highlight was then also an individual instruction from the world champion Toni Mang himself. This also brought him to Toni Mang as an instructor and then to Speer Racing in 2009, where he appreciates the "professionalism and above all the family atmosphere in the team". When instructing, he not only emphasises pure riding technique, but also physical and mental preparation.

 

He can adapt well to his participants, strengthen them positively and at the same time take the pressure off them. A satisfied participant, whether they have become faster, more confident or simply more relaxed, gives him the necessary confirmation and inspiration for future trainings.

 

Born in 1977, has been an instructor for Speer Racing since 2012. He appreciates the "very good training of the instructors and the elaborate learning programme for beginners and advanced drivers". Besides Brno, Hockenheim is one of his favourite circuits. In 2014, he also secured the overall victory in the Speer Racing EnduranceCup there by winning the 300 Miles of Hockenheim. As an instructor, his main focus is on safety.

 

He brings newcomers onto the race track with the necessary respect and very good preparation. He is good at bringing together a wide variety of people and motivating them together to put the content from theory into practice. In addition to hunting for times, his hobbies include hunting game, which he then also likes to process in the kitchen.

 

Born in 1976, rode a Suzuki TL 1000 S as his first motorbike and tried his hand on the race track for the first time in 2007. He has been part of the Speer Racing instructor team since 2012; mainly because it "makes sense to him that motorcyclists seek the sporting thrill on the race track instead of leaving their lives on the road".

 

During instructor training, he passionately makes sure that the participants have a great time by picking them up where they are and taking them a good bit further. The father of three takes particular pleasure in seeing people grow beyond themselves and sharing this happiness with them.

 

Born in 1958, is not the oldest, but the longest-serving and most experienced instructor in the Speer Racing team. He started out on a Kreidler Florett and has been on the racetrack since 1983. He has been an instructor for Speer Racing since 1994. His great motivation is to give participants more safety and confidence in their motorbike, both theoretically and practically.

 

He himself has already completed around 1200 laps of the Nürburgring's Nordschleife. His motorcycling highlight is his participation in the Moto Aktiv endurance cup.

 

Born in 1959, is an "old hand" on the race track. After five years on public roads, he switched to the race track in 1985. He has been a member of the Speer Racing team of instructors since 2011. As a former professional skier and trainer who keeps fit with road biking, mountain biking and skating, it made sense for him to dedicate himself to optimising technique and safety on the motorbike as well.

 

1:1 coaching sessions became his favourite assignments because they are particularly effective. Due to the very personal contact with the clients, he can use his analytical skills as a psychological counsellor well here to increase motivation, set individually adapted goals and thus avoid or reduce fears and dangers.

 

Born in 1970, discovered racetrack driving for himself back in 1992 and has been an instructor for Speer Racing since 2006. He appreciates the "professional approach and the extremely friendly atmosphere in the team". Thanks to his many years of experience, he is able to empathise very well with the speed, psyche and driving style of participants and thus give exactly the necessary tips.

 

The 1:1 coaching offers him the best framework for this. He himself loves to ride in Brno and Bacelona and takes part in the 300 miles of Hockenheim every year as his motorcycling highlight.

 

Born in 1982, started out with a Ducati 748 SP and found his way onto the race track in 2007. His favourite tracks are Brno and Mugello. In 2008, he joined the Speer Racing team as an instructor to help other motorcyclists improve their riding skills and become safer riders.

 

He finds every training session on the track a highlight and prefers to work as an instructor at the RookieCamp, as he can work with the participants on their skills over several days without time pressure. Besides riding the Kringel, his hobbies include wakeboarding, snowboarding and Harley riding.

 

Born in 1969, has been an instructor at Speer Racing since 2011, currently as lead instructor with a focus on strategy. He prefers to do line instruction and 1:1 coaching, because that is the most challenging for him. Thanks to his good empathy and many years of racetrack experience as a driver, including in the German Endurance Cup, and as an instructor, he reliably teaches his students how to "drive themselves fast all the time".

 

He is on site at most of Speer Racing's events and also often sets the pace on the pace bike in flying-started races.

 

Born in 1984, he took his first driving tests on a Ducati 748 and made it from participating in race trainings via the Yamaha and Suzuki Cup to the IDM and the EWC World Endurance Championship. He is the winner of the GSX-R Cup 2016 as well as the IDM Superstock 600 2019. And: since 2018 also part of the Speer Racing instructor team.

 

His goal is to see his participants off with a big grin after a day of training. He succeeds also thanks Besides that, he doesn't have much time for hobbies, except for his dog Jimmy.

 

Born in 1962, had to hide his first two-wheeler, a Maico 440, from his parents in the field hut when he was 14. But at the age of 19 he made it to the Nordschleife. The Schleizer Dreieck became his favourite track. Since 2008, he has been working as an instructor because he enjoys introducing people to the subject of race tracks. In 2018, he joined the Speer Racing instructor team because he "really liked the concept here".

 

He prefers to instruct in Getting Started training because he can achieve the most success and sees a lot of happy faces at the end of a training session.

 

Born in 1961, is one of the longest-serving and most experienced instructors in the Speer Racing team. Since 1999, he has been imparting his knowledge and skills to anyone looking for riding fun on the race track, preferably in the context of 1:1 coaching. He is convinced that "motorcycling is only really fun when you have the necessary skills".

 

born in 1978, has turned his hobby into a profession as a driving instructor and instructor. The Aragon fan, who has been racing on the circuit since 2005, has been part of the Speer Racing team since 2015. His greatest strength is to approach things analytically and to look at the body language of each rider to see where things are going wrong and what exactly needs to be changed. Because "there is a reason for everything, whether you don't hit the line or the bike gives you a bad feeling".

 

born in 1978, has turned his hobby into a profession as a driving instructor and instructor. The Aragon fan, who has been racing on the circuit since 2005, has been part of the Speer Racing team since 2015. His greatest strength is to approach things analytically and to look at the body language of each rider to see where things are going wrong and what exactly needs to be changed. Because "there is a reason for everything, whether you don't hit the line or the bike gives you a bad feeling".

 

He particularly appreciates the 1:1 coaching because it takes place at a high level and usually in a speed range that he himself enjoys. His personal motorcycling highlight was his first participation in the 1000 km of Hockenheim in 2012.

 

Born in 1970, has been part of the Speer Racing team as an instructor since 2018. He enjoys working with newcomers to the racetrack, but also with those who have already had negative experiences with their motorbike. He particularly enjoys turning negative experiences into positive ones together with them.

 

He prefers to use his skills in instructor training sessions, because here he can accompany the development of the participants over the course of a day. His favourite tracks are the Nürburgring and the Grobnik Circuit in Rijeka.

 

Born in 1968, he started his motorcycling career on a Honda CB 900 F Bol d'Or. He has been racing since 1998 and was successfully part of the series sports team at the ADAC Hessen-Thüringen. For him, every race is a highlight, regardless of the setting or class.

 

Since 2018, the dog lover has been passing on his knowledge and skills as an instructor at Speer Racing, preferably in the context of 1:1 coaching and GettingStarted, as he has the most time for his participants during these training sessions and they can make the greatest progress.

 

Born in 1986, found his way to the race track in 2016 and to Speer Racing as an instructor in 2021. His motorcycling highlight so far is his first RegioCup at the Hockenheimring, which is also his favourite track. His racing motto is "fast and safe", which makes him a perfect fit for Speer Racing.

 

As a driving instructor, he shows his participants the way to realise their full potential, preferably in the context of GettingStarted. As a contrast to the tarmac, he likes to spend his time with his wife and dog in nature and keeps fit with physical and mental training.

 

born in 1960, started her two-wheeled career with a Yamaha XT 500 and was later an enthusiastic Nordschleife rider for many years. In 2007 she switched to the race track, where she discovered her passion for endurance racing as a team sport and achieved her greatest sporting success with 2nd place in the Speer Racing EnduranceCup.

 

Since 2009, she has strengthened the Speer instructor team, which offers her "the best framework to pass on her enthusiasm for racetrack driving". Empathy, the ability to listen and an implementation-oriented approach characterise the racer, who also enjoys cycling and mountain hiking.

 

Born in 1953, is the oldest and one of the most experienced instructors in the Speer Racing team. He took his first steps on a motorbike on a Kawaski 250 S1. He took to the racetrack in 1998 with a sports rider training course at Speer in Anneau du Rhin. Since then, he has been living his "dream of being able to ride a motorbike fast on the big race tracks in Europe". In 2006, he joined the team as an instructor, initially for the driving safety training courses.

 

He is good at assessing the riding skills of his participants and is hard to get out of his own way. That's why he especially loves the Getting Started trainings and the RookieCamps. When he then sees his participants again at more advanced events, he knows that he has done everything right.

 

Born in 1993, has been part of the Speer Racing instructor team since 2021. His first motorbike was an Aprilia RS 125, he discovered the race track for himself in 2015. His motorcycling career began with a GettingStarted and immediately convinced him that this was the right place for him. He enjoys introducing people to the fascination of motorsport and getting them excited about riding on the race track.

 

His favourite tracks are Oschersleben and Dijon, and his greatest sporting success to date is winning the German Endurance Cup 2019 in the Endurance Open class. When he's not driving in circles, he enjoys mountain biking and wrenching on motorbikes.

 

Born in 1997, he "went from rookie to racer through Speer Racing". So it's only logical that he should also become an instructor here. Since 2020, he has been there to pass on his knowledge and experience and to infect those who come to the racetrack for the first time with the racetrack virus that has also gripped him.

 

He places particular emphasis on instructing the ideal line. Things also went ideally for him in 2018 at the 1000 km in Most in the German Endurance Cup, when he saved the overall victory with the last drop of fuel. That was his greatest motorcycling highlight to date.

 

Born in 1970, she started motorcycling on a Yamaha DT 80 and discovered the race track for herself in 2015. After starting as a rookie at Speer Racing and learning a lot from great instructors, she has been working for us as an instructor herself since 2021. Thanks to her training as a systemic coach, she is good at dealing with people, picking them up where they are in terms of riding and helping them to push their limit.

 

Her favourite tracks are Brno and Mugello. Whether on the race track or on the road: motorcycling is her life. Her home tracks are called "Pass" or "Joch" and she is happy about every perfectly ridden curve and every little fight she can decide in her favour.

 

Born in 1990, he discovered his love of the racetrack in 2011 and has already done countless laps on various tracks in Europe. His first motorbike was a Honda VFR 800, and he loves riding at Anneau du Rhin and Oschersleben. Since 2021, he has been strengthening the Speer Racing instructor team in order to teach as many customers as possible how to ride fast and safely on the race track.

 

Born in 1988, he started his two-wheeled career in 2004 on a Yamaha TZR 125 and ventured onto the race track in 2012. His personal motorcycling highlight was a third place at the 1000 km Hockenheim and a second place in the German Circuit Cup. He joined the Speer Racing instructor team in 2021 because he has always been fascinated by racing and the racetrack.

 

He is motivated by working together with the customer on progress and goals to become faster and safer, and Speer Racing offers the professional environment for this. Teamwork is the most important thing for him. When he's not on the tarmac, he likes to ride supermoto and do fun sports.

 

Born in 1986, experienced her first race weekend on a Kawasaki ZX-6R in Brno in August 2006. In 2017, she finished third overall in the Speer SuperCup 600 and has competed several times in the 300 miles of Hockenheim. As she likes to teach others and thinks it is important that beginners are shown properly what is important when driving on the race track, she will also be working as an instructor for Speer Racing from 2022 onwards.

 

She has already gained a lot of experience on and around the race track and can explain things well and understandably. She particularly enjoys instructing at the GirlsCamp because the participants there are very open and eager to learn. When she's not pursuing her great passion of motorbike racing, she likes hiking, kickboxing and mountain biking or skiing.

 

Born in 1984, his first motorbike was a Suzuki GS 500 E. Since 2005, he has also been riding on the race track. Among many great tracks, Aragon is his favourite. His greatest motorsport success was the runner-up championship in the then European Endurance Cup in 2011.