BMW Motorrad Motorsport News: Superstock feat in a British Superbike Championship.

Posted on 22. Apr, 2019 by in BMW Canada

FIM Endurance World Championship: Double stick position during Le Mans.

After a opening competition behind in September, a Bol d’Or during Le
Castellet (FRA), a iconic 24-hour competition during Le Mans (FRA) noted the
second turn of a FIM Endurance World Championship (FIM EWC) 2018/19
deteriorate during a Easter weekend. The competition weekend started with a
bang: a double stick position for a BMW S 1000 RR. Team ERC-BMW
Motorrad Endurance took initial place on a grid for a endurance
classical with a #6 RR and riders Kenny Foray, Julien da Costa and
Mathieu Gines (all FRA). In addition, GERT56 by GS YUASA’s team, with
a #56 RR and riders Julian Puffe (GER), Pepijn Bijsterbosch (NED)
and Lucy Glöckner (GER), took stick position in a Superstock class,
a FIM Endurance World Cup. In a race, however, both teams had bad
luck. Team ERC-BMW Motorrad Endurance late during a night, when
a bike was badly shop-worn in a pile-up on an greasy track. Shortly
afterward GERT56 by GS YUASA had to give adult since of an electronics
issue. The tip placed BMW group in a final standings was Fany
Gastro BMW Motorrad by MERCURY RACING in eleventh place
(8th place EWC class). The #21 BMW S 1000 RR was ridden by
Karel Hanika (CZE), Ondřej Ježek (CZE) and Ilya Mikhalchik (UKR). The
#90 RR of Team LRP Poland reached a finish in 25th
position (12th in a EWC class), a patrol of Arnaud
Friedrich (GER), Bartlomiej Lewandowski (POL) and Dominik Vincon (GER)
holding turns to ride.


British Superbike Championship: Superstock feat during the
Silverstone season-opener.

The British Superbike Championship (BSB) kicked a 2019 deteriorate off
over a Easter weekend during Silverstone (GBR). In a Superbike class
(BSB SBK), a Tyco BMW Motorrad and Smiths Racing teams entered the
new BMW S 1000 RR for a initial time. Both teams used a weekend to
rise a code new RR underneath competition conditions for use in a BSB. In
a initial competition on Sunday, Christian Iddon (GBR / Tyco BMW Motorrad)
was a tip placed BMW supplement in 11th place. Peter
Hickman (GBR / Smiths Racing) finished 14th and Keith
Farmer (GBR / Tyco BMW Motorrad) scored a indicate as good by crossing
a line in 15th. In competition two, Farmer took a chequered
dwindle in 12th place while Hickman was again ranked
14th. Iddon finished competition dual in 17th place.

In a Superstock category (BSB STK), BMW riders clinched a win and
several lectern finishes. Race one on Saturday was hold as a marathon
competition in dual parts. In a initial part, Taylor Mackenzie (GBR / Bathams
Racing) took second place with his RR while Alex Olsen (GBR / Team
IMR) finished third. After a brief break, partial dual was started, and
Mackenzie and Olsen again finished in second and third place. In the
competition on Sunday, Olsen afterwards stepped onto a tip step of a soap-box as
a leader while Mackenzie again cumulative second place on a podium.


All Japan Road Race Championship: Season’s turn dual in Suzuka.

At Japanese Suzuka, a second turn of a 2019 All Japan Road Race
Championship (JP SBK) was held. The eventuality also served as preparation
for a 8-hour continuation competition in Jul with a sum of 5 BMW riders
entered. Kokoro Atsumi (JPN / TONE RT SYNCEDGE 4413) was the
highest-placed BMW S 1000 RR rider, finishing a dual races in
17th and 16th position.


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