Ride the future - together! 
This also applies in 2024 in our cooperation with racing driver Florian Alt (GER) & Ville Valtonen (FIN).

Not only in lab simulations, but also in real-world tests and experiments under the hardest motorsport conditions: the brehmergroup racing team also tests the parts and components developed by the brehmergroup on Europe’s race tracks. Here in practice, under the most demanding challenges, the components can prove their worth under realistic conditions and relay instant feedback to the driver regarding function, precision, and utility. The raw data from the weekend logged from up to eight hours of racing can be evaluated by the development engineers on Monday, allowing for product improvements.

In past years, this is how the brehmergroup racing team has tested and further qualified various components both in extreme long-distance races as well as sprints over shorter stretches. Whether an automatic gear selector, a ride height sensor or the intelligent „i-Chain“ chain link: the use of these products on the race courses provided valuable insight into the continuation and optimisation of development.

The Formula Student Racing Team from the University of Mittelhessen has also received active support and consultation from brehmergroup for years.

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Florian Alt

I have been passionate about motorcycling since I was four years old. I have been competing professionally in motorsport for almost 18 years now. Maximising the potential of my bike is my lifeblood. The continuous development of new components is an important responsibility in my profession, and this can be perfectly combined with the brehmergroup.

Florian Alt

Florian Alt

Florian is once again taking part in the International German Motorcycle Championship (IDM) and the Endurance World Championship (EWC) this year, riding the newly developed Honda CBR1000RR-R. 

Florian secured the German championship title in the IDM last year for the Holzhauer Racing Promotion team, after 13 years without a title for Honda.

In the World Endurance Championship, he celebrated his first success with the brand new Honda at the legendary Bol d'Or together with his long-standing French team VILTAIS Racing.

The connection between brehmergroup and Florian Alt was established on the race track, where new components for the further development of the motorbike were tested. This collaboration has been in place since 2021 and exciting joint projects are in the starting blocks.

brehmermechatronics and Florian Alt got to know each other on the race track, where new elements for the further development of the motorbike were tested.

Team spirit - passion - quality are the values that unite us.

Born: 30.04.1996 in Gummersbach
Residence: Oberbergischer Kreis
Height: 189 cm
Weight: 73 kg


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Ville Valtonen

The goal should and must always be a victory... If this is not possible (sooner or later), why should you do it?

Ville Valtonen

Ville Valtonen

During the last test drive in Almería (Spain) at the beginning of the year we got into conversation with Ville.

Ville Valtonen Nickname: Valdo PP
Born: 1983, Kotka Finland
Hobbies: motocross, cycling, mountain biking, ice hockey, American football and golf tours.

We at brehmergroup have decided to support Ville in his future. Thus we can test our products beside our own Racing Team (BRT) still in the team of Ville. This will lead to even more results in the future for our projects/prototypes "contactless height sensor" / "grip heating" / "intelligent chain link" / "clutch cover with integrated sensor" and many more.

We are looking forward to a partnership with Ville!


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THM Motorsport at the Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen (THM)

THM Motorsport is the racing team at the Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen. It is an international design competition which involves the design and manufacture of a racing motorcycle. brehmergroup supports the THM Motorsport Team and of course we wish every success!


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The brehmergroup racing team was founded in 2011 with the goal of shortening our development periods. Further, our team over past years has regularly placed well in the Rheinoldus Long Distance Cup.


The development of a touch and contactless height sensor has made advances in the field of racing. The plan envisages launching an initial small batch in 2022 and selling it to other racing teams.