BMW Motorrad BoxerCup – motorcycle racing with guaranteed edge-of-seat thrills.

Posted on 22. May, 2019 by in BMW Canada

Munich. Last week a new chronicle of a BMW Motorrad
BoxerCup promoted by Wilbers saw a premiere during Lausitzring – and the
array got off to an glorious start. All riders contest on identical
BMW R nineT Racer machines, so retaining neck-and-neck duels are
guaranteed. On a initial racing weekend there were 13 riders out to
collect points. Even in a subordinate sessions, lectern positions were
distant by small hundredths of a second. The competition itself saw riders
battling it out for places, earnest outrageous fad for the
remaining 5 racing events, that will really be value attending.

Equal conditions for everyone.

In a BoxerCup, teams line adult on technical matching BMW R nineT
Racer machines that have been mutated for use on a competition track. All
bikes have a same modifications, including Wilbers flare alteration
and startle absorbers, Ilmberger cylinder conduct covers, engine spoiler
and tail panel, Akrapovič sports silencer and titanium manifold, BMW
Motorrad ABS with racing software, Gilles Tooling footrest complement with
change retreat choice and Dunlop tyres. As such, feat or better is
dynamic only by a rider’s skills, bravery – and a small bit of luck.

International riders.

With riders from Germany, Switzerland, Belgium and a USA, a Cup
is general in format right from a outset. In further to
racing newcomers and gifted amateurs, “old warhorses” from the
motorcycle racing stage such as Harald Kitsch and Nate Kern have also
sealed up. Another entrant who is always good for a warn is
Christof “Fifty” Höfer, obvious blogger and 2017 leader of the
Suzuki GSX-R 1000 Cup.

Exciting premiere during Lausitzring.

As things incited out, these were a really names that left their mark
during a Lausitzring premiere. The dual riders of Team Wunderlich
Motorsport – Chris Höfer (GER) and Nate Kern (USA) – proved
unbeatable. Höfer finished initial in both heats, while group colleague
Nate Kern (USA) came in second on any arise – a ideal double
victory. Third place on a lectern went to Marvin Jürgens (GER / Team
Motorsport Burgdorf) on both occasions.

The subsequent BMW Motorrad BoxerCup races:

21. – 23.06.2019 Zolder (BEL)
26. – 28.07.2019 Schleiz
(GER)
09. – 11.08.2019 Most (CZ)
06. – 08.09.2019 Assen
(NL)
27. – 29.09.2019 Hockenheim (GER)

 

You will find BMW Motorrad and BMW Motorrad Rider Equipment press
element in a BMW Group PressClub during www.press.bmwgroup.com.

 

In box of queries greatfully contact:

Liane Drews, Communications BMW Motorrad
Tel.: +49 89 382-60964, Liane.Drews@bmw.de

Tim Diehl-Thiele, Head of Communications Motorrad
Tel.: +49 89
382-57505, Tim.Diehl-Thiele@bmw.de

Internet: www.press.bmw.de
E-mail: presse@bmw.de

 

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