Paul Haberland moves to SHR Motorsports

SHR Motorsports is excited to announce a new Rider to their team. The talented German rider Paul “HABI” Haberland, who is based in Thuringia, is joining the racing team under the management of Steffen Hünecke. With this collaboration, SHR MOTORSPORTS and Yamaha are focusing on a highly successful combination of two outstanding talents in the sport of motocross.

Paul Haberland, who has already impressed with his strong performances, will now prove himself in the ADAC MX Masters championships and the German championship in the MX2 class. The combination of Haberland and Hünecke promises an exciting mix of experience and young energy on the SHR Motorsports Racing Team.

Steffen Hünecke, Team Owner of SHR Motorsports, was pleased with the new addition: “The signing of Paul Haberland is a big step forward for us. His talent and determination fit in perfectly with our philosophy. Together, we will work hard to achieve our goals in the ADAC MX Masters and the title in the German championship.”

Paul Haberland was extremely happy about the new challenge: “I’m really looking forward to being part of the SHR Motorsports team. As a test rider for Cross-Magazin, I was able to test all the brands after my old team contract ended, and I immediately felt comfortable on the Yamaha. I had already been in contact with Steffen earlier, so we were able to put together a perfect package. The coming season will be exciting, and I’m really looking forward to working with the whole team.”

The SHR team is looking ahead to the upcoming races in the ADAC MX Masters and the German championship. The fans can look forward to exciting races and fascinating performances from Paul Haberland on his SHR Yamaha.

Welcome HABI

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