Christoffer Bergman returns to the FIM Supersport World Championship in 2020 as the sole representative of Wojcik Racing, a new team that comes from endurance racing. The 30-year-old Swedish rider was champion of his country's Pro Superbike championship in 2010 before going on to compete in some FIM Superstock 1000 Cup races starting in 2011. The following season he competed in the full season in that category and finished the season in 7th position of the standings. That same year he began his collaboration with the Ohlins competition department and his relationship with the Swedish brand of suspensions has continued until very recently.
Bergman's first appearance in WorldSSP came in 2016, when he entered the CIA Landlord Insurance Honda team from the Dutch Round onwards, replacing Luke Stapleford. Ranked 20th in the general classification at the end of that campaign and with eighth as his best result, the Swede did not enter the team's plans the following year, but ended up joining the team again from the German Round and adding a total of 16 points, with a 9th place in Portimao as the most outstanding result.
His return to the WorldSSP paddock is officially supported by Yamaha. With five Top 10 finishes in the category and experience accumulated in the past, the Swedish rider confidently faces his debut with the YZF R6 motorbike.
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