BMW Motorrad Motorsport News: Victory for Mathieu Gines on a BMW S 1000 RR in France.

Posted on 07. May, 2019 by in BMW Canada

French Superbike Championship: Win and second place for
Mathieu Gines.

The second competition of a deteriorate in a French Superbike Championship
(FSBK) took place during a Circuit de Nogaro Paul Armagnac (FRA).
Mathieu Gines (FRA) from a Tecmas Racing organisation enjoyed a near-perfect
weekend. He initial claimed stick position on his BMW S 1000 RR and then
distinguished a win in competition one carrying led from start-to-finish. A
stirring second competition saw him cranky a line in second place, just
0.080 seconds behind a winner. Maxime Bonnot (FRA), also competing
for a Tecmas Racing team, cumulative 11th and
13th positions on his RR (corresponding to third and fourth
places in a Superbike Challenger standings). Team-mate Kenny Foray
(FRA) did not contest during Nogaro due to private reasons.



British Superbike Championship: Mackenzie and Olsen lapse to
a Superstock podium.

The second eventuality of a 2019 British Superbike Championship (BSB)
deteriorate took place during Oulton Park (GBR) – as tradition dictates, the
races took place on a Bank Holiday, on a initial Monday in May. In
a initial Superbike category (BSB SBK) race, Peter Hickman (GBR) claimed
sixth place on a Smiths Racing BMW S 1000 RR, closely followed by
Keith Farmer (GBR) on a Tyco BMW Motorrad organisation RR. Farmer’s
team-mate Christian Iddon (GBR) was also in a streamer organisation before
streamer for a pits due to a technical issue. In a second race,
Iddon was a best-placed BMW supplement in sixth position, while Farmer
finished eighth. Hickman delivered thrills with a fantastic recovery
opening on his RR. After his tyre vigour on a grid did not
accommodate requirements, he was demoted to a behind and started from
29th place. Hickman worked his approach adult by a margin and
usually missed out on a top-ten finish by one tenth of a second.


One competition took place in a Superstock category (BSB STK) during Oulton Park.
The dual RR riders Taylor Mackenzie (GBR / Bathams Racing) and Alex
Olsen (GBR / Team IMR) built on their successful form from the
season-opener during Silverstone (GBR). Mackenzie finished second and
Olsen finished a lectern trio, one place behind. Olsen also recorded
a fastest path time on his RR. Andrew Reid (Tyco BMW) rode to ninth
position to explain a top-ten finish.


French European Bikes Championship: Two podiums for a BMW S
1000 RR.

The second competition weekend of a deteriorate in a French European Bikes
Championship (FR EU) also took place during Nogaro (FRA). Cyril
Brunet-Lugardon (FRA / Gers Moto Vitesse Ordannaise) continued to
arrangement a form he showed during a Le Mans (FRA) season-opener. He
finished third in a initial competition to strech a podium. Fourth place
went to Alexandre Leleu (FRA), followed by Léo Challamel (FRA) in
fifth. Jonathan Germany (FRA / Team MDS) took a checkered dwindle in
8 position. David Henriques (FRA) and Jeremy Herault (FRA)
finished a tip ten. There was another lectern finish for a RR in
a second competition when Challamel claimed second place; Brunet-Lugardon
claimed fourth, followed by Leleu and Herault in fifth and sixth
places. Germany crossed a line in eighth place again, while
Henriques finished tenth.


MotoAmerica: RR supplement Travis Wyman on a Superstock podium.

BMW riders were in movement during a weekend in a second turn of the
MotoAmerica AMA Road Racing Series (MA) during a Virginia International
Raceway (USA). Travis Wyman (USA / Weir Everywhere Racing) reached the
lectern in third place in a Superstock category (MA STK) race. Ryan
Jones (USA / Ryan Jones Racing) crossed a line in fifth place in the
Superstock race, while Greg Ludt (USA / Motor Rad Racing) finished the
competition in ninth position. The riders finished dual races in the
Superbike category (MA SBK). Jake Gagne (USA / Scheibe Racing) reached
sixth place in a initial competition though was forced to retire from a second
race. Samuel Trépanier (CAN / Blysk Racing) crossed a line in
11th place in both races.


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