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Mar 30, 2013

Andy Meklau Back With GRANDys Duo Suzuki Team For 2013

Andy Meklau (13) on his GRANDys duo Suzuki GSX-R1000.
Reigning Formula X-Treme Polish Champion Andy Meklau has signed to race for the GRANDys duo Suzuki team this season in the Superbike and Superstock 1000 classes in the Alpe Adria International Championship aboard the team's GSX-R1000s.

Meklau joins Marko Jerman and Daniel Bukowski at the opening round of the Alpe Adria at Slovakiaring on April 6-7th.

Said Meklau: "I am glad that I will continue co-operation with Jacek and his team. I feel like at I'm at home and I hope it will be more successful year for all the team. I'm really looking forward to the first tests and then racing at Slovakiaring."

Suzuki GRANDys duo Team Manager Jacek Grandys added: "I am very happy that we are working with Andy for another season. His professionalism and experience are invaluable and working with him is a great pleasure. Today we do not know yet if Andy will start in all races of the season, but for sure he will be on the grid in the most-important places for our partners and circuits where we organise our track days."

Andy Meklau Career History:

2012: Formula X-Treme Polish Champion/ 3rd place Polish Championship Superstock 1000.
2011: Superbike, Superstock 1000, Formula X-Treme Polish Champion/ Superbike and Superstock 1000 Austrian Champion/ Superbike Alpe Adria Champion.
2010: Superstock 1000 Polish Champion/ Superbike Austrian Champion.
2009: Superbike Polish Champion/ Superstock 1000 Austrian Champion.
2008: Superbike Austrian Champion/ 3rd place IDM (German Championship) Superbike.
2007: 3rd IDM (German Championship) Superbike.
2006: 2nd IDM (German Championship) Superbike.
2005: 2nd IDM (German Championship) Superbike.
2004: 3rd IDM (German Championship) Superbike.
2003: 6th IDM (German Championship) Superbike.
2001: 10th AMA Superbike (USA Championship).
2000: 13th Superbike World Championship.
1999: 2nd PRO Superbike (German Cup)/ 11th place Superbike World Championship.
1998: PRO Superbike Champion (German Cup).
1996: Austrian Superbike Champion.
1995: 13th Superbike World Championship.
1994: 6th Superbike World Championship.
1993: 1st victory in Superbike World Championship/ Grand Prix 500cc.
1992: Austrian Superbike Champion.
1991: Austrian Superbike Champion.
1990: Austrian Superbike Champion