BMW Motorrad Motorsport News: BMW racers applaud victories during a Slovakia Ring.

Posted on 29. Apr, 2019 by in BMW Canada

FIM European Superstock 1000 Cup: Victory for Arnaud Friedrich
in a initial competition of a new series.

The Slovakia Ring nearby Bratislava (SVK) hosted a initial weekend
of a new FIM European Superstock 1000 Cup (EU STK). This is the
inheritor to a FIM Superstock 1000 European Championship and is held
on a same programme as a Alpe Adria International Motorcycle
Championship (AA). BMW riders done a successful start to a new
championship. On Saturday, Arnaud Friedrich (GER / Team LRP Poland)
won a really initial competition of a FIM European Stock 1000 Cup on his BMW
S 1000 RR. Dominik Juda (CZE / TME Racing) finished third to join him
on a podium. Team-mate Michal Šembera (CZE) came home ninth.
Friedrich was behind on a lectern on Sunday, finishing runner-up in
competition two. Juda was fourth, Šembera ninth.


Alpe Adria International Motorcycle Championship: One-two for
Fany Gastro BMW Motorrad during season-opener.

The Alpe International Motorcycle Championship (AA) also started the
2019 deteriorate during a Slovakia Ring (SVK). BMW racers have traditionally
been really successful in this series, and showed accurately because with a
one-two in a opening competition on Saturday. Karel Hanika (CZE / Fany
Gastro BMW Motorrad) dominated a competition and took an fatiguing victory
on his BMW S 1000 RR. Team-mate Ondřej Ježek (CZE) followed him home
in second place to finish a one-two. Christopher Kemmer (AUT /
Bertl K. Racing) finished ninth. Ježek demonstrated his consistency
with another second-place finish on his RR in competition two. Kemmer crossed
a finish line in seventh place. Race one winner, Hanika, unsuccessful to finish.


Italian Superbike Championship: Season resumes during Mugello.

The 2019 deteriorate in a Italian Superbike Championship (CIV) resumed
during a weekend with turn dual during Mugello (ITA). In a initial of the
dual races, Roberto Tamburini (ITA) from a Cherry Box 24 Guandalini
Racing group was a highest-placed BMW rider, channel a line in
fourth. Matteo Baiocco (ITA / DMR Racing) finished seventh, followed
by team-mate Luca Vitali (ITA) in eighth position. Top-ten finishes
were also claimed by Christian Gamarino (ITA / Tutapista Corse) in
ninth and Fabio Menghi (ITA / VFT Racing) in tenth. In a second
race, Baiocco was a best placed RR supplement in sixth. Vitali and
Gamarino took a checkered dwindle in seventh and eighth respectively.


Italian National Trophy 1000: Podium finish for Luca Salvadori
during Mugello.

The Italian National Trophy 1000 (IT 1000) also hold a second round
of a deteriorate during Mugello (ITA). The weekend saw another lectern finish
for a BMW racing family. In an sparkling race, Luca Salvadori (ITA /
Berclaz Racing Italia) rode to second place on a rostrum, usually 0.216
seconds behind a winner. Michel Fabrizio (ITA) claimed fourth
position on his RR. Francesco Cocco (ITA) followed in fifth. Remo
Castellarin (ITA) in seventh and Alessio Velini (ITA) in tenth also
cumulative finishes within a top-ten.


Asia Road Race Championship: Round dual of a deteriorate in Australia.

The Asia Road Race Championship (ARRC), new to a BMW Motorrad Race
Trophy this year, was during The Bend Motorsport Park in Australia during the
weekend, a venue for a second eventuality of a season. The best-placed
BMW supplement was Azlan Shah Kamaruzaman (MAS / Onexox TKKR SAG Team), who
finished a dual races in fourth and fifth place. Team-mate Farid
Hisham (MAS) was tenth on both races.


Australian Superbike Championship: BMW racers in movement during The
Bend Motorsports Park.

The Bend Motorsport Park (AUS) hosted turn 3 of this season’s
Australian Superbike Championship (ASBK). The eventuality consisted of three
races, however a weekend was over as early as Saturday for
three-time ASBK champion Glenn Allerton (AUS / NextGen Motorsports /
Maxima BMW Racing). In competition one, he was incompetent to equivocate colliding with
a crashed supplement and pennyless his right wrist in a accident. Team-mate
Ted Collins (AUS) finished a competition in 13th place however met
a identical predestine to Allerton in competition two. Whilst he was uninjured,
Collins was incompetent to line adult for competition three. Paul outpost der Heiden (RSA
/ Moto Adelaide) finished 20th twice and 19th in
a other race.


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