BMW riders secure lectern finishes in a Endurance World Championship, a Superstock European Championship and a Malaysia Superbike Championship.

Posted on 14. May, 2018 by in BMW Canada

Munich. The FIM Endurance World Championship (EWC) was in
movement during a Slovakiaring (SVK) during a weekend. The competition finished with
another lectern finish for a BMW S 1000RR: a GERT56 by rs
speedbikes cumulative third place in a Superstock class. Imola (ITA)
hosted a MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship (WorldSBK) races
and a FIM Superstock 1000 European Championship (STK1000). The
eventuality saw BMW racer Roberto Tamburini (ITA) stability his podium
strain when he claimed his third second-place in a quarrel in the
STK1000 race. Mohd Ramdan Rosli and Nasarudin Mat Yusop (both MAS)
claimed lectern positions during a Malaysia Superbike Championship 2018
season-opener during Sepang (MAS).

 

 

FIM Endurance World Championship during a Slovakiaring, Slovakia.

 

The third turn of a 2017/18 deteriorate in a FIM Endurance World
Championship (EWC) was hold during a Slovakiaring nearby Bratislava (SVK).
A sum of 5 BMW teams participated in a eight-hour race. NRT48 –
BMW Motorrad (#48) with riders Kenny Foray (FRA), Peter Hickman (GBR)
and Stefan Kerschbaumer (AUT) crossed a line in fifth place,
immediately followed by a #21 BMW S 1000 RR of Mercury Racing with
Karel Hanika, Jakub Smrz and Matej Smrz (all CZE) in sixth position.

 

In a Superstock class, organisation GERT56 by rs speedbikes cumulative third
place on a lectern with their #56 RR. The patrol was forced to change
a supplement choice during brief notice after Host Saiger (LIE) was injured
in a giveaway use crash. Filip Altendorfer (GER) stood in to join
unchanging riders Julian Puffe and Rico Löwe (both GER). In a overall
competition classification, GERT56 by rs speedbikes was 13th. The
#93 RR of a Exteria EKO Racing Team with Ladislav Chmelik (CZE),
Martin Choy (BUL) and Miroslav Popov (CZE) came home in
20th altogether and seventh in a Superstock class. Team LRP
Poland (#90) with riders Jaroslav Cerny (CZE), Arnaud Friedrich and
Lucy Glöckner (both GER) suffered bad fitness with a patrol retiring
after accidents.

 

Kenny Foray: “Overall, it wasn’t an easy race. We did
not find a right stroke to give us wish for a softened result. Despite
that a organisation and a riders did a good pursuit and fifth place is
encouraging. We will conflict another eight-hour competition during Oschersleben in
4 weeks’ time.”

 

Julian Puffe: “It was my initial time roving during the
start in an continuation competition and it worked out unequivocally well. We had to make
adult a few positions and during a finish of my army we was heading the
Superstock class. Unfortunately, Lady Luck left us a bit as a race
went on. We suffered a prosaic tyre and as a outcome we had to make one
some-more array stop than planned. In a shutting stages we also mislaid a tyre
plaque while roving and got a stop-and-go chastisement for that but
altogether we can be flattering satisfied. we common duties with Filip
Altendorfer over a 8 hours of racing and we set unequivocally good lap
times. We were always a fastest Superstock bike. That enabled us to
quarrel a approach towards a front again and in a finish we claimed third
on a lectern notwithstanding a problems. Of march we are super happy. We
were means to uncover a BMW S 1000 RR’s and team’s potential, and
though a problems, even some-more would have been possible.”

 

 

MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship during Imola, Italy.

 

Imola (ITA) hosted turn 5 of a 2018 MOTUL FIM Superbike World
Championship (WorldSBK). Team Gulf Althea BMW’s wish for their home
turn were not fulfilled. Rider Loris Baz (FRA) missed out on a
top-ten position and finished a races in 13th and
11th place respectively.

 

 

FIM Superstock 1000 European Championship during Imola, Italy.

 

Alongside a WorldSBK, a FIM Superstock 1000 European Championship
(STK1000) hold a third competition of a deteriorate during Imola (ITA). Roberto
Tamburini (ITA) continued his strain of lectern finishes after a great
liberation on his BMW S 1000 RR of a Berclaz Racing Team, finishing
second for a third time in a row. In soppy qualifying, a Italian was
usually 13th. After a opening path of a competition he had already
softened to eighth. After that, Tamburini done adult place after place to
work his approach by a field, also environment a fastest competition lap.
After 12 of 14 laps, he had reached a lectern positions, and on the
final lap, Tamburini took second place. Championship personality Markus
Reiterberger (GER), who had won a initial dual races of a deteriorate on
his alpha Racing-Van Zon-BMW RR, had competent ninth in a rain. He
afterwards finished a competition in fifth place. Alessandro Delbianco (ITA /
Gulf Althea BMW) also claimed a top-ten position, channel a line in
ninth. In a championship standings, Reiterberger still leads ahead
of second placed Tamburini.

 

Markus Reiterberger: “Unfortunately, a Imola race
did not go as we had hoped for. My start was unequivocally good and we was
fourth, shutting a opening to a top-three. But afterwards we was struggling
and while we was perplexing to conflict a top-three, we went far-reaching over a
unequivocally high kerb. we scarcely crashed and it was unequivocally propitious that we was able
to save it. we managed to strech a heading organisation again though had to take
far-reaching lines as we was struggling with a front. we rode distant over my
extent as we had set my sights fiercely on a win though that didn’t
occur this time. Unfortunately, we had done mistakes with a set-up,
so it was usually fifth place in a end.“

 

 

Malaysia Superbike Championship during Sepang, Malaysia.

 

The Malaysia Superbike Championship (MSC) kicked off a 2018 season
during a Sepang International Circuit (MAS) – with a sum of three
lectern finishes for a BMW S 1000 RR racers. In a Superbike class
(MSC SBK), Mohd Ramdan Rosli (MAS / TOC HKMTOYO Racing Team) secured
second place in both races. His team-mate Nasarudin Mat Yusop (MAS)
was successful in a Superstock category (MSC STK). He rode to third on
a soap-box in a second race. Highest placed BMW supplement in a first
Superstock competition was Amirul Hafig Azmi (MAS), who also competes for the
TOC HKMTOYO Racing Team.

 

 

MFJ Superbike All Japan Road Race Championship during Autopolis, Japan.

 

The MFJ Superbike All Japan Road Race Championship (MFJ) hold its
third turn of a 2018 deteriorate during Autopolis (JPN). Sunday’s competition had
to be condensed to 15 laps due to sleet and formidable conditions. BMW
supplement Tomoya Hoshino (JPN) from organisation Tone RT Syncedge 4113, however,
seemed to feel unequivocally gentle in a soppy and cumulative a clever fifth
place finish on his BMW S 1000 RR.

 

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