Max Neukirchner raced in the World Superbike Championship
from 2005 to 2013, with a two-year interruption to
compete in the Moto2 World Championship.
In 2008 the 31-year-old German captured two victories
and ten podiums in the World Superbike Championship
and finished fifth, making him the most successful German
Superbike-rider. In 2014 he started riding in the International
German Superbike Championship (IDM) and finished
the season as the runner-up, having won four times and
finished 13 of 15 races on the podium.
Like last year, the German rider will again focus on claiming
the World Endurance trophy aboard the YZF-R1 for YART.
PERSONAL PROFILE
Date of birth: 20-04-1983
Place of birth: Stollberg, Germany
Nationality: German
Height: 179 cm
Weight: 70 kg
Marital state: Engaged
Hobbies: Cycling, motorcycle tours, meeting friends

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
2016: FIM Endurance World Championship, YART Yamaha
Official EWC Team
2015: 10th, FIM Endurance World Championship (3rd at 8h
Oschersleben)
2014: 2nd, SUPERBIKE * IDM
2013: 18th, World Superbike Championship
2012: 26th, Moto2 Championship

2011: 20th,Moto2 Championship
2010: 18th, World Superbike Championship
2009: 16th, World Superbike Championship
2008: 5th, World Superbike Championship (1st & 2nd place
in Monza / 1st place at Misano)
2007: 9th, World Superbike Championship
2006: 19th, World Superbike Championship
2005: 12th, World Superbike Championship
2004: 9th, FIM Supersport World Championship
2003: 31th, MotoGP 250cc Championship (one race)
3rd, 250cc European Championship
2002: MotoGP 250cc Championship wildcard
2nd, 250cc German Championship
2001: MotoGP 250cc Championship wildcard
5th, 250cc German Championship
2000: 10th, 250cc German Championship