And a leader is: IRRC Champion Danny Webb wins a 2018 BMW Motorrad Race Trophy.

Posted on 23. Nov, 2018 by in BMW Canada

Munich. The leader of a 2018 BMW Motorrad Race Trophy is:
Danny Webb (GBR). The reigning International Road Racing
Championship (IRRC) champion picked adult a sum of 485 out of a
probable 500 Race Trophy points. This saw him bind feat by a
hair’s extent with a stirring head-to-head competition during a top. Michal
Filla (CZE) finished in second place with 483.02 points, reduction than
dual points behind. Third place went to Ilya Mikhalchik (UKR).

 

BMW Motorrad Motorsport awarded a sum esteem account of 100,000 euros
this year, that was divided among a 30 best-placed participants. On
tip of this were bonuses in several categories, for example, for the
11 riders and teams that won a championship pretension in their series,
for a “Best BMW Rider in Class” or for a “Best Newcomer”. The BMW
Motorrad Race Trophy, that was launched in 2014, was hold for the
fifth time this year. 139 riders from 19 opposite nations registered
for a Race Trophy this season. They competed for 85 teams in 25
opposite championship classes.

 

The BMW Motorrad Race Trophy rankings are distributed regulating a complex
system. A supplement can achieve a limit of 500 points, regardless of how
many races are hold in their particular championship. They include of
competition points for formula in a races, as good as reward points, for
example, for stick positions and winning a championship title.

 

Race Trophy leader Danny Webb dominated a International Road Racing
Championship on his Wepol Racing by Penz13 BMW S 1000 RR. The Brit
picked adult a full series of championship points in any competition and
cumulative a IRRC championship pretension during a penultimate turn of the
deteriorate in August. This opening also done him one of a favourites
in a BMW Motorrad Race Trophy. He finished adult bagging 485 points in the
Race Trophy and securing a winner’s esteem income of 15,000 euros.

 

Webb had a extreme rival, however, in Michal Filla of a Czech
Republic, who done an sense in a Alpe Adria Road Racing
Championship Superstock category (AARR STK). The BMW Sikora Motorsport
supplement won a initial 9 of a twelve races of a deteriorate on his RR.
It was usually in a tenth competition that his winning strain came to an end,
though by afterwards Filla had already cumulative a championship title. Filla
picked adult 483.02 points in a Race Trophy – not even dual points
behind Webb. He finished a head-to-head competition in second place, with a
money esteem of 10,000 euros.

 

Third place in a 2018 BMW Motorrad Race Trophy also went to a
champion who picked adult win after win in his championship, Ilya
Mikhalchik of a alpha Racing-Van-Zon-BMW team. The Ukrainian
distinguished winning a pretension in a International German Championship
(IDM). In a 14 races of a season, Mikhalchik surfaced a lectern as
leader 9 times. He picked adult a sum of 466.18 points in a BMW
Motorrad Race Trophy. He perceived a money esteem of 7,500 euros for
finishing third.

 

“Congratulations to a leader Danny Webb and all successful
participants of a 2018 Race Trophy,” pronounced BMW Motorrad Motorsport
Director Marc Bongers. “We gifted another deteriorate packaged with
stirring races with victories and triumphs for BMW riders around the
world. We are unapproachable of a customers’ successes and appreciate them for
representing a BMW Motorrad colours so impressively all over the
world. Once again, they were upheld by a endless network of BMW
Motorrad Motorsport experts. And with success, a riders concerned in
a Race Trophy picked adult 100 wins and a sum of 383 podiums this
deteriorate – on a racetrack as good as during vital general road
races, including a Isle of Man TT and a Macau Grand Prix. This
year they distinguished pretension wins in no fewer than 11 general and
inhabitant championships. What a result! We demeanour brazen to supporting
a highwayman BMW racers around a universe with a proven customer
racing programme once again in 2019 – and to serve successes for the
BMW Motorrad Motorsport community.”

 

As partial of a BMW Motorrad Race Trophy, a riders and teams that
win a pretension in their championship are rewarded additional bonuses of
2,500 euros for a group and 2,500 euros for a rider. The 11
champions of a 2018 deteriorate are:

 

  • Markus Reiterberger (GER) – alpha Racing-Van Zon-BMW – FIM
    Superstock 1000 European Championship (STK1000)
  • Danny Webb (GBR) – Wepol Racing by Penz13 – International Road
    Racing Championship (IRRC)
  • Peter Hickman – Smiths Racing Team – BMW Combined Road Race
    Challenge (BMW RRC)
  • Michal Filla (CZE) – BMW Sikora Motorsport – Alpe Adria Road
    Racing Championship Superstock category (AARR STK)
  • Ilya Mikhalchik (UKR) – alpha Racing-Van-Zon-BMW – International
    German Championship (IDM)
  • Keith Farmer (GBR) – Tyco BMW Motorrad – British Superbike
    Championship Superstock category (BSB STK)
  • Carmelo Morales (ESP) – Graphenano EasyRace SBK Team – Spanish
    Championship (RFME CEV)
  • Florian Brunet-Lugardon (FRA) – Gers Moto Vitesse Ordannaise –
    French European Bikes Championship (FR EU)
  • Federico D’Annunzio (ITA) – FDA Racing – Italian National Trophy
    1000 (INT)
  • Jordan Szoke (CAN) – Mopar Express Lane BMW Superbike Team –
    Canadian Superbike Championship (CSBK)
  • Amirul Hafig Azmi (MAS) – TOC HKMTOYO Racing Team – Malaysia
    Superbike Championship Superstock category (MSC STK)

 

 

2018 BMW Motorrad Race Trophy – Final tip 30*.

 

Pos.

Name (Nat.)

Race Series / Class

Points

1

Danny Webb
(GBR)

IRRC

485.00

2

Michal Filla
(CZE)

AARR STK

483.02

3

Ilya Mikhalchik
(UKR)

IDM

416.18

4

Carmelo Morales
(ESP)

RFME CEV

423.00

5

Markus Reiterberger
(GER)

STK1000

403.43

6

Kenny Foray
(FRA)

FSBK

401.92

7

Jordan Szoke
(CAN)

CSBK

396.00

8

Florian
Brunet-Lugardon (FRA)

FR
EU

394.92

9

Amirul Hafig Azmi
(MAS)

MSC STK

377.20

10

Keith Farmer
(GBR)

BSB STK

375.00

11

Bastien Mackels
(BEL)

IDM

369.69

12

Arnaud Friedrich
(GER)

AARR STK

326.61

13

Peter Hickman
(GBR)

BMW RRC

326.39

14

Ben Young
(CAN)

CSBK

324.00

15

Roberto Tamburini
(ITA)

STK1000

314.00

16

Didier Grams
(GER)

IRRC

306.18

17

Federico
D’Annunzio (ITA)

INT

301.00

18

Alex Barros
(BRA)

BRSBK

298.29

19

Jonathan Germany
(FRA)

FR EU

292.19

20

Karel Hanika
(CZE)

AARR SBK

288.73

21

Julian Puffe
(GER)

IDM

270.59

22

Marek Červený
(CZE)

IRRC

268.55

23

Luca Salvadori
(ITA)

INT

268.00

24

Sharulnizam Ramli
(MAS)

MSC STK

263.60

25

Erno Kostamo
(FIN)

IRRC

262.73

26

Travis Wyman
(USA)

MA STK

250.86

27

Luca Vitali
(ITA)

CIV

248.18

28

Danilo Lewis
(BRA)

BRSBK

232.00

29

Samuel Trépanier
(CAN)

CSBK

220.00

30

Michal Prášek
(CZE)

AARR STK

212.79

 

*The full rankings are listed online at:

 

http://www.bmw-motorrad-motorsport.com

 

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