Motorcycle rider Moritz Benz as the brand ambassador of HumanTech-Spine

Motorcycle rider Moritz Benz starts in the 2nd season of the IDM Superstock – this time as the brand ambassador of HumanTech-Spine

The Markdorf rookie, Moritz Benz, is starting the upcoming season displaying two renowned sponsors, the “Wirbelsäulenzentrum Bodensee” (Lake Constance Spine Centre) and “HumanTech-Spine” on his bike. Following his outstanding performance coming 14th place in the 2019 season, Moritz is now the new brand ambassador for HumanTech-Spine, the Steinenbronn-based spine implant systems specialist.

The IDM has not only once again developed into a highly regarded series, especially in Europe, but it is also increasingly attracting drivers from all over the world. The sporting level is highly prestigious. Those who have the potential to take the next step are revealed here. With some 135 HP at the rear wheel, the riders reach top speeds of around 270 km/h.

When the cameras point to Moritz Benz at the season opener at the Sachsenring on April 8th, after the 1st Superstock race, the logo of HumanTech-Spine will be seen once again.
The precision professional from Steinenbronn near Stuttgart will support the talented rookie again and, in doing so, promote the company with its logo on the bike of the 19-year-old from Lake Constance.

Moritz Benz:
“Strong partners are essential for every athlete to perform his sport successfully. In HumanTech-Spine, I have found a partner who is an excellent match for me with many commonalities in the approach for day-to-day life such as precision, reliability and innovation. The down-to-earth, family-like nature of the cooperation with HumanTech-Spine will also make it a special collaboration.

Jochen and Jörg Hutzel, Managing Directors:
“Since 15 years following our successful involvement in the DTM and the Superbike-DM, Moritz Benz is the first motor sportsman we are supporting. We specifically chose a sportsman from Baden-Württemberg, who won us over with his likeable and down-to-earth manner. We are looking forward to working together and keeping our fingers crossed for the upcoming Superstock season.”