BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team kicks off a WorldSBK European deteriorate with a new BMW S 1000 RR.

Posted on 04. Apr, 2019 by in BMW Canada

Munich. After a dual abroad rounds during Phillip Island,
Australia and Buriram, Thailand, a mint BMW S 1000 RR is now
creation a European entrance in a FIM Superbike World Championship
(WorldSBK). This weekend (5th to 7th April),
a BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team with riders Tom Sykes (GBR) and
Markus Reiterberger (GER) will be competing in a third turn of
a deteriorate during Spanish MotorLand Aragón.

 

The BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team’s foe weekend kicks off with dual free
use sessions on Friday. Saturday facilities Superpole qualifying
and foe one, that gets underway during 14:00 internal time. The ten-lap
‘Superpole Race’ starts during 11:00 on Sunday followed during 14:00 by foe two.

 

Quotes brazen of a races during MotorLand Aragón.

 

Marc Bongers, BMW Motorrad Motorsport Director:
“We’re looking brazen to being behind racing in Europe again. This is
always a special impulse after a opening abroad deteriorate rounds. It
will also be sparkling to see a group trucks and a liberality in
a new tone intrigue with a classical BMW Motorsport colours in the
paddock. For Aragón, we will move some new developments for a bike,
directed during removing another step closer to a competition.”

 

Shaun Muir, Team Principal BMW Motorrad WorldSBK
Team:
“Ahead of a third turn during Aragón we are looking
brazen to removing to Europe where we get some some-more apparatus and are
behind with a foe motorhomes, that creates logistics and life a little
bit easier during a circuits. We are looking brazen to some upgrades,
per aerodynamics, that we worked on after a final foe in
Thailand. It was a lot of tough work by all a guys to get all the
vehicles and apparatus prepared for a initial European races. With some
good continue we can hopefully start FP1 good and tighten that opening to the
tip 4 and we will see how a weekend develops. Both Tom and Markus
have been training tough behind a scenes; they are looking brazen to
it and hopefully we can have a good run of formula during these
back-to-back weekends with Aragón and afterwards Assen.”

 

Tom Sykes: “I am unequivocally looking brazen to a coming
races. We have dual back-to-back weekends though apparently we are first
focusing on Aragón. It’s a circuit where we have finished good in a past,
and we wish with a character and a blueprint of a circuit that we are
means to be unequivocally rival on a BMW S 1000 RR. On many of a track
we positively have a framework to do what’s needed. The usually question
from a prior practice is a opening down a unequivocally long
behind straight. It’s apparently still a bit of an different though we feel
that a whole BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team is doing a good job
deliberation we still have to do a lot of contrast during a actual
foe weekends. My expectations are that we will be stability this
way, suffer a racing and for certain a rest will come naturally in the
not too apart future.”

 

Markus Reiterberger: “I am blissful that we are behind in
Europe. Aragón is a good lane that we like unequivocally much. Certainly it is
a bit easier for me since I’ve raced there many times. Last year I
got along unequivocally good and rode unequivocally quick times with a Superstock
bike. With my subordinate time, we would have even been in a tip eight
for a Superbikes. we wish a continue is good and it is not too
windy. we also wish that we can take another step brazen in my set-up
so that we get a improved feeling for a front; afterwards a good weekend is
possible. My organisation arch and a whole group have intensively analysed
and worked by a commentary from Buriram, and we know that BMW will
move some things to Spain. It is critical to work good all weekend,
to constantly improve, to give good feedback and to lift together. I
wish we can make it into a tip 10 and that we can prerogative my group for
a tough work.”

 

 

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