PADDOCK MotoGP Club
The >>PADDOCK>> Grand Prix Team Management – founded and led by Daniel M. Epp – has been present in the official MotoGP World Championship since 2002. So far, 11 different riders have started for >>PADDOCK>> in over 275 races in all three classes. The most successful rider was (and still is) Tom Lüthi, who in his outstanding career has won 7 races, achieved 27 Podium finishes and a career world title (125cc class in 2005).
The >> PADDOCK >> Grand Prix Team Management is based on three pillars:
Engaged in the operation of a MotoGP racing team with riders Tom Lüthi (Moto2) and Philipp Öttl (Moto3).
Since 2002, Daniel M. Epp has supported and led guidance to Tom Lüthi (125cc World Champion 2005) as team owner and manager.
Operation of a Business Club to provide financial and ideological support for racing activities with a focus on networking.
About the Club
The >>PADDOCK>> MotoGP Club consists of a close circle of different personalities from sports, business, culture and politics that have all achieved great things, love sports and share a common affinity for motorcycle racing.
A fundamental idea of the club is long-term personal and business networking of its members. Membership also brings with it fun and the creation of memorable experiences.
The statutorily defined, non-income-orientated purpose of the club is to provide financial and ideological support of the >>PADDOCK >> Grand Prix Team Management, which operates and supports various MotoGP projects. The focus should be – whenever financially rational and useful in regards to sports - on projects with Swiss participation. For more information about the Paddock MotoGP Club head to
For more information about Paddock, head to: www.paddock-gp-racing.com