A win, a lectern and a lead in a 2016 BMW Motorrad Race Trophy for BMW racer Benjamin Colliaux – Successful races in France and Japan.

Posted on 27. Apr, 2016 by in BMW Canada

Munich (DE), 27th Apr 2016. The 2016 BMW Motorrad Race Trophy keeps
growing: a array of participants has serve increased. The
standings also see a new leader: Benjamin Colliaux (FR), who had a
successful weekend in a French European Bikes Championship (FR EU)
during Nogaro (FR). Colliaux and his associate BMW riders collected no less
than a win and 4 some-more lectern finishes. Also in a French Superbike
Championship (FSBK), a BMW S 1000 RR raced to a lectern in Nogaro,
with Kenny Foray (FR) claiming a third place. In Suzuka (JP), a 2016
MFJ Superbike All Japan Road Race Championship (MFJ) kicked off, with
8 BMW S 1000 RRs rebellious a “Suzuka Circuit”.

 

 

2016 BMW Motorrad Race Trophy.

 

Last week, a initial standings in a 2016 BMW Motorrad Race Trophy
were published. This week, a lead has already changed: Benjamin
Colliaux (FR) now binds initial position in a standings with 101.54
Race Trophy points, pleasantness of a win and a second place in a French
European Bikes Championship (FR EU) final weekend. Second place is
common by Dominik Vincon (DE) and Stefan Kerschbaumer (AT), who race
in a Superstock category of a FIM Endurance World Championship (EWC
STK), with 100.95 points any (see full standings below).

 

The array of participants in a 2016 BMW Motorrad Race Trophy has
increasing to 90 BMW racers from all around a world. They come from
19 opposite countries and competition for 46 opposite teams in 20 different
championship classes. Registration for this year’s BMW Motorrad Race
Trophy is open until 30th Jun 2016. In 2016 a BMW Motorrad Race
Trophy comprises of a sum of 28 classes in 21 general and
inhabitant championships.

 

 

French Superbike Championship in Nogaro, France.

 

The second turn of a 2016 French Superbike Championship (FSBK) saw
a BMW S 1000 RR finishing on a lectern for a second time this
deteriorate in a series. The eventuality was hold during Nogaro in a southwest of
France. In a initial of a dual races, Kenny Foray (FR) claimed third
on his Tecmas Racing Team BMW S 1000 RR. Foray had already celebrated
a second place in a deteriorate opener during Le Mans (FR). In competition two, the
Frenchman finished fourth only outward a lectern places after a great
catch-up. A mistake during a start saw him dump behind to 20th. From
there, he worked his approach behind by a field. During that catch-up,
Foray also set a fastest competition lap.

 

Fellow BMW supplement Cyprien Schmidt (FR), who competes on a Superstock
chronicle of a RR, finished a races in 21st and 16th respectively.
Rookie Maxime Bonnot (FR) finished a initial competition in 30th on a other
Tecmas Racing Team BMW S 1000 RR. In competition two, he late after a fall.

 

 

French European Bikes Championship in Nogaro, France.

 

The Nogaro circuit also hosted a second turn of a 2016 French
European Bikes Championship (FR EU). The BMW racers scarcely had the
ideal haul, by claiming 5 of a 6 probable lectern places. They
were led by Benjamin Colliaux (FR / Cherot Motos Sport), who won the
initial competition and finished second in competition two.

 

The initial feverishness was hold in stormy conditions on Saturday and ended
with a one-two-three for a BMW S 1000 RR. Colliaux was assimilated on the
lectern by Michel Amalric (FR / Tecmas Racing Team) and David Bouvier
(FR). In total, 7 BMW racers crossed a line in a tip ten.
Madjid Idres (FR / Team ERT / Motorshow) and Léon Benichou (FR / Team
RMS) finished in sixth and seventh respectively. Manu Dagault (FR) and
Florian Brunet-Lugardon (FR / Gers Moto Vitesse Ordannaise) completed
a tip 10 in ninth and tenth.

 

In Sunday’s second race, a BMW riders assigned positions second
by to eighth. This time, conditions were dry. Colliaux and
Florian Brunet-Lugardon stepped onto a lectern in second and third.
Bertrand Boyer (FR / Team ERT / Motorsport) came home in fourth. Cyril
Brunet-Lugardon (FR / Gers Moto Vitesse Ordannaise) claimed fifth,
closely followed by Amalric in sixth. Bouvier and Dagault finished in
seventh and eighth respectively.

 

 

MFJ Superbike All Japan Road Race Championship in Suzuka, Japan.

 

The MFJ Superbike All Japan Road Race Championship (MFJ) 2016 season
kicked off in Suzuka (JP) final weekend. The initial competition of a season
also served as a gift turn for a “Suzuka 8 Hours”
continuation classic, that will be hold in July. No reduction than 8 BMW
S 1000 RRs tackled a eminent “Suzuka Circuit” with a goal to
measure MFJ points as good as to secure their places on a grid for the
8-hour race.

 

Daisaku Sakai (JP) on a Rosetta Motorrad39 #39 BMW S 1000 RR
finished in 14th, while Koji Teramoto (JP / Motorrad Rennsport)
finished 17th. Shinya Takeishi (JP) and Takahiro Sowa (JP) took it in
turns on a SYNCEDGE 4413 Racing RR. They finished 24th. The VITAL
SPIRIT SAKURA ADVANCE group claimed 28th with a Japanese twin of Sano
and Tsujimoto. Yuuta Kodama (JP) finished in 30th on a Team Tras
135HP RR. The Rosetta Motorrad39 KOREA #35 RR was personal in 38th
place, and a Active Link Tio Verity #89 RR was ranked 47th. This
team’s #88 RR missed subordinate for a opening race, that was
limited to 55 participants. In total, 81 bikes had taken partial in
a subordinate sessions for a MFJ deteriorate opener.

 

Five of a BMW teams have already cumulative their appearance in the
“Suzuka 8 Hours”: Rosetta Motorrad39, Team Tras 135HP, Motorrad
Rennsport, SYNCEDGE 4413 Racing and VITAL SPIRIT SAKURA ADVANCE.

 

 

2016 BMW Motorrad Race Trophy – Current Standings.

 

Status: 27th Apr 2016

 

 

16. Taylor MacKenzie (GB/BSBSTK/42.09), 17. Bertrand Boyer (FR/FR
EU/39.38), 18. Florian Brunet-Lugardon (FR/FR EU/38.77), 19. Cyril
Brunet-Lugardon (FR/FR EU/36.31), 20. Pekka Päivärinta/Kirsi
Kainulainen (FI/SWC/35.36), 21. Santiago Barragán (ES/CEV/32.89), 22.
Joshua Brookes (AU/WorldSBK/32.80), 23. Joshua Elliott (GB/BSB
STK/31.82), 24. Michael Laverty (GB/BSB SBK/31.00), 25. Christian
Iddon (GB/BSB SBK/28.60), 26. Ian Hutchinson (GB/BSB STK/26.00), 27.
Karel Abraham (CZ/WorldSBK/23.20), 28. Hudson Kennaugh (ZA/BSB
STK/21.64), 29. Julien Brun (FR/FR EU/20.92), 30. Adrián Bonastre
(ES/CEV/19.00), 31. Ronald Slamet (ZA/RSA SBK/18.86), 32. Steve Rapp
(US/AMA STK/18.13), 33. Garrick Vlok (ZA/RSA SBK/16.86), 34. Lee
Jackson (GB/BSB SBK/16.60), 35. Luca Vitali (IT/STK1000/16.00), 36.
Janez Prosenik (SI/EWC SBK/13.62), 37. Léon Benichou (FR/FR EU/13.54),
38. Maxime Bonnot (FR/FSBK SBK/12.92), 39. Pedro Rodriguez
(ES/CEV/12.60), 40. Richard Cooper (GB/BSB SBK/10.20), 41. Matthieu
Lussiana (FR/WorldSBK/9.20), 42. Ricky Lee Weare (ZA/RSA SBK/9.14),
43. Justin Gillesen (ZA/RSA SBK/7.71), 44. Eric Vionnet
(CH/STK1000/6.89), 45. Pierre Bezuidenhout (ZA/RSA SBK/6.57), 45.
Etienne Nelson (ZA/RSA SBK/6.57), 45. Evert Stoffberg (ZA/RSA
SBK/6.57), 48. Thomas Toffel (CH/STK1000/5.11), 49. Pascal Meslet
(FR/FR/FR EU/4.92), 50. Roberto Blazquez (ES/CEV/4.60), 50. Alastair
Seeley (GB/BSB SBK/4.60), 52. Federico D’Annunzio (IT/STK1000/3.33),
53. Gauthier Duwelz (BE/STK1000/1.78), 54. Howie Mainwaring Smart
(GB/BSB SBK/1.60), 54. Jakub Smrz (CZ/BSB SBK/1.60), 56. Sam West
(GB/BSB STK/1.45), 57. Elwyn Steenkamp (ZA/RSA SBK/1.14), 58. Michal
Bidas (CZ/AARR STK/0.00), 58. Pepijn Bijsterbosch (NL/IDM STK/0.00),
58. Jacques Brits (ZA/RSA SBK/0.00), 58. Jan Bühn (DE/IDM STK/0.00),
58. Daniel Cooper (GB/BMW RRC/0.00), 58. David Datzer (DE/IRRC/0.00),
58. Stefan Dolipski (DE/AMA STK/0.00), 58. Michael Dunlop (GB/BMW
RRC/0.00), 58. Ryan Farquhar (GB/BMW RRC/0.00), 58. Matteo Ferrari
(IT/CIV/0.00), 58. Michal Fojtik (CZ/AARR STK/0.00), 58. Dominic
Herbertson (GB/BMW RRC/0.00), 58. Sabine Holbrook (DE/AARR SBK/0.00),
58. Davo Johnson (AU/BSB STK/0.00), 58. Lee Johnston (GB/BMW
RRC/0.00), 58. John Krieger (ZA/RSA SBK/0.00), 58. Sébastien Le Grelle
(BE/IRRC/0.00), 58. Vincent Lonbois (BE/IRRC/0.00), 58. Valter
Patronen (FI/CEV/0.00), 58. Michal Prášek (CZ/AARR STK/0.00), 58.
Heinrich Rheeder (ZA/RSA SBK/0.00), 58. Mike Roscher/Anna Burkard
(DE/SWC/0.00), 58. Joan Sardanyons (ES/CEV/0.00), 58. Denni Schiavoni
(IT/CIV/0.00), 58. Michal Šembera (CZ/AARR SBK/0.00), 58. Paul
Shoesmith (GB/BMW RRC/0.00), 58. Rene Skalicky (CZ/AARR STK/0.00), 58.
Björn Stuppi (DE/IDM STK/0.00), 58. Tomas Svitok (SK/AARR STK/0.00),
58. Jordan Szoke (CA/CSBK/0.00), 58. Martin Tritscher (AT/AARR
STK/0.00), 58. Jacques outpost Wyngaardt (ZA/RSASBK/0.00), 58. Ben Young (GB/CSBK/0.00)

 

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