BORA-Hansgrohe Recruited 5 New Racers

BORA-Hansgrohe brought five new drivers to accompany Peter Sagan in the 2020 racing season. The last rider they managed to recruit was Patrick Gamper from Austria.

Gamper himself is still 22 years old. For him, joining BORA-Hansgrohe was like a dream come true. Because, Gamper previously raced for the Continental KTM Cycling Team continental team. Gamper will be the 27th driver in the BORA-hansgrohe team for the 2020 season.

“Moving to (team) WorldTour has been an amazing surprise for me. I am even more excited because I joined the squad of my dreams, namely BORA-Hansgrohe, “Gamper said on the team’s official website. 

Gamper became the fifth Austrian driver of the BORA-Hansgrohe team. Previously, the German team had signed Felix Großschartner, Gregor Mühlberger, Lukas Pöstlberger and Patrick Konrad.

The presence of fellow countrymen is predicted to accelerate the process of Gamper’s adaptation with the team. BORA-Hansgrohe will give time, while encouraging Gamper to grow.

“Gamper is a young racer who has good quality on a flat track, as a rouleur. He will be useful in strengthening  our sprint team  , “said Ralph Denk, founder and manager of the BORA-Hansgrohe team.

Besides Gamper, BORA-Hansgrohe also brought in four new drivers. They are Lennard Kanma (former Team Sunweb), Ide Schelling (former SEG Racing Academy), Martin Laas (former Team Illuminate), and Matteo Fabbro (former Team Katusha Alpecin) 

The following is the list of BORA-Hansgrohe drivers for the 2020 season: 

1. Pascal Ackermann (Germany)

2. Erik Baska (Slovakia)

3. Cesare Benedetti (Italy)

4. Maciej Bodnar (Poland)

5. Emanuel Buchmann (Germany)

6. Marcus Burghardt (Germany)

7. Jempy Drucker (Luxembourg)

8. Matteo Fabro (Italy)

9. Patrick Gamper (Luxembourg)

10. Oscar Gatto (Italian)

11. Felix Großschartner (Austria)

12. Lennard Kämna (German)

13. Patrick Konrad (Austria)

14. Martin Laas (Estonia)

15. Rafal Majka (Poland)

16. Jay McCarthy (Australia)

17. Gregor Mühlberger (Australia)

18. Daniel Oss (Italy)

19. Lukas Pöstlberger (Austria)

20. Pawel Poljanski (Poland)

21. Juraj Sagan (Slovakia)

22. Peter Sagan (Slovakia)

23. Maximilian Schachmann (Germany)

24. Schelling Ideas (Dutch)

25. Andreas Schillinger (Germany)

26. Michael Schwarzmann (Germany)

27. Rüdiger Selig (Germany)

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