BMW S 1000 RR supplement Torres fights for feat in a Superbike World Championship – Five wins and 10 podiums for a BMW racers in Italy, Great Britain and France.

Posted on 19. Jun, 2017 by in BMW Canada

Munich. A BMW S 1000 RR racer caused a stir in a MOTUL FIM
Superbike World Championship (WorldSBK) during a weekend: Jordi Torres
(ESP) of a highwayman BMW Althea Racing Team fought for feat in
Sunday’s competition during Misano (ITA), gripping a riders of a established
and clever bureau teams behind him. The Spaniard was on march for
a illusory lectern finish though unfortunately was stopped by no
error of his possess by a tyre emanate in a shutting stages of a race.
His Althea BMW Racing Team team-mate Marco Faccani (ITA) was means to
celebrate, winning a Misano competition of a FIM Superstock 1000
European Championship (STK1000). In a French Superbike
Championship (FSBK), Kenny Foray (FRA) was a male to kick during Pau
(FRA) and claimed another illusory double win on his Tecmas Racing
Team BMW S 1000 RR. Florian Brunet-Lugardon (FRA) won both races of
a French European Bikes Championship (FR EU) during Pau. In Scotland’s
Knockhill, Michael Rutter (GBR) and Chrissy Rouse (GBR) stepped onto
a lectern of a BSB Superstock category (BSB STK).



MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship in Misano, Italy.


The seventh assembly of a 2017 MOTUL FIM Superbike World
Championship (WorldSBK) noted another home spin for a Althea BMW
Racing Team. It was hold in Misano on a Italian Adriatic coast. In
an eventful initial competition on Saturday, BMW S 1000 RR supplement Jordi Torres
(ESP) equalled his best formula of a season, channel a line in
fourth. His team-mate Raffaele de Rosa (ITA) was tenth.


His fourth place finish from competition one warranted Torres stick position for
a second competition on Sunday, according to a topsy-turvy grid regulations
of a WorldSBK. The Spaniard put in a illusory performance, fighting
for a feat and heading a competition for 8 laps, until he was
upheld by a contingent personality Marco Melandri (ITA). Torres afterwards held
organisation in second place and was on march for his initial lectern finish
with a BMW S 1000 RR. But lady fitness was not on his side and, with
4 laps to go, a tyre emanate finished his good competition prematurely. De
Rosa crossed a line in seventh, claiming his best outcome of the
deteriorate so far.


Jordi Torres: “We were assured we could do good in
Sunday’s race. we started strong, creation a many of being on pole.
Having nobody adult brazen helped, we could take my lines, get into a
rhythm. we ran my race, pulling to a limit, giving 100% all a way.
we ran with Melandri for several laps and continued to push, though then
4 laps from a finish we felt some quivering and a behind was sliding
around. we realised it was a same emanate we had during Assen in competition 1. I
wish to appreciate my Althea guys, who came adult with a poignant chassis
resolution that we’d never attempted before, that authorised me to find the
right spin of certainty and entirely demonstrate myself. I’m so contemptible we was
incompetent to finish a race, though we have to take this opening and
lift it to Laguna…”


Raffaele De Rosa: “Sunday went softened than Saturday
though it’s a empathize we couldn’t have reached a tip 10 in a initial race
to start a tiny serve brazen in competition two, with a retreat grid.
Anyway, I’m utterly gratified since slowly, step by step, we are
handling to improve. Now we’ll take this outcome and try to build on it
competition by race.”



FIM Superstock 1000 European Championship in Misano, Italy.


Marco Faccani (ITA) cumulative a initial win of a deteriorate for a BMW S
1000 RR in a FIM Superstock 1000 European Championship (STK1000) in
Misano (ITA). After an eventful race, that was red flagged and
re-started for 5 laps, a Althea BMW Racing Team supplement celebrated
on a tip step of a podium. In a initial partial of a race, Federico
Sandi (ITA) of Berclaz Racing Team was fighting for a win, though then
he and Eric Vionnet (SUI) crashed due to oil on a track. After that,
a competition was red-flagged. Sandi was means to take to a line during the
re-start and headed a field, though had to retire due to technical
problems. Vionnet could not re-start.


Marco Faccani: “What a race! I’m so happy for the
team, for me, everyone! It was unequivocally tough in a initial partial of the
race, with a unequivocally quick gait to keep. we hold on and afterwards pushed to
a max again in a second heat. What can we say, I’m unequivocally happy, we
indispensable this. we wish to appreciate everybody for their support, a team, the
sponsors, we did a good pursuit here and we wish we can continue like this.”


Federico Sandi: “Unfortunately there were no flags
warning of a oil in spin 4. When we returned to a array line after
a pile-up my mechanics did a unequivocally good pursuit and we done it behind to the
grid. After a re-start, we took a lead for 4 laps, though in the
shutting stages of a competition my bike stopped. we am unequivocally disappointed
since we started a weekend being a fastest out there, and also
in a warm-up we was unequivocally fast. Now we concentration on a subsequent competition and hope
that we will have lady fitness on a side, since we work unequivocally tough and
feat in Misano was possible.”



British Superbike Championship in Knockhill, Great Britain.


The fourth spin of a 2017 British Superbike Championship (BSB) was
hold during Knockhill (GBR) in Scotland during a weekend. The top placed
BMW supplement in a Superbike category (BSB SBK) was Peter Hickman (GBR) on
his Smiths Racing BMW S 1000 RR. He finished a races in sixth and
ninth respectively. His team-mate Lee Jackson (GBR) was ninth in race
one and 13th in competition two. The Tyco BMW organisation gifted a
formidable weekend in a Superbike class. Christian Iddon (GBR)
crashed in giveaway use on Friday and was not means to continue the
weekend due to a low strength wound on his left arm.


Peter Hickman: “It’s been a bit of a tough weekend to
be honest and, carrying been clever all weekend, it all went a bit awry
in subordinate when a oil that had been laid on a line messed my
conduct up. we usually couldn’t float a approach we wanted and that done both
races difficult, as being so distant behind on a grid during a brief circuit
like Knockhill is nearby unfit to come behind from. It’s not easy to
overtake, though we kept chipping divided and while sixth and ninth isn’t
where we wish to be finishing, I’m usually 4 points adrift of a top
6 so we’ll keep fighting tough and demeanour to come out fighting next
time out.”


The Superstock category (BSB SBK) saw dual lectern finishes for a BMW
riders. In competition one on Saturday, Michael Rutter (GBR / Bathams SMT
Racing) was second. Josh Elliott (GBR) who returned to Tyco BMW and
transposed harmed Ian Hutchinson (GBR) cumulative a clever fifth place
finish during his quip in a class. Chrissy Rouse (GBR / Mission
Racing) unfortunately crashed when fibbing in second. In competition dual on
Sunday, it was Rouse’s spin to step onto a podium. This time, he
crossed a line in second. Rutter was fifth on this occasion.



French Superbike Championship in Pau, France.


Pau in a South of France hosted a fourth spin of a 2017 French
Superbike Championship (FSBK) – and a weekend brought another double
win for BMW racer Kenny Foray (FRA). The Tecmas BMW Racing organisation rider
did shining manoeuvres during a unequivocally front and won both a races on
Sunday morning and afternoon. In total, he claimed 5 wins in a row
in a 7 races contested so distant this season. In a overall
standings, Foray extended his lead now to an advantage of 52 points
over his closest rival. His team-mate Maxime Bonnot (FRA) finished the
races in 16th and ninth respectively (sixth and second in
a FSBK Challenger class).


Kenny Foray: “I’m unequivocally happy since it was an ideal
weekend for me, as we had dreamed. I’m also unequivocally happy since we set a
new line record. This proves that a package rider/bike/team/tires
is unequivocally efficient. The races were not easy since it is very
formidable to pass in Pau, though we had a good rythm in this unequivocally hot
conditions. Regarding a championship: final year, we could not really
make use of a chances since of tiny things branch opposite us.
This time, all smiles during us, discordant to a opponents. But
it’s not about holding a easy way, we have to stay focused.“



French European Bikes Championship in Pau, France.


The races of a French European Bikes Championship (FR EU) in Pau
(FRA) were also dominated by a BMW S 1000 RR riders. In a first
feverishness on Saturday, they claimed a top-three lockout. Florian
Brunet-Lugardon (FRA / Gers Moto Vitesse Ordannaise) took a win,
followed by his hermit and team-mate Cyril Brunet-Lugardon (FRA) in
second. Fabien Gabrielian (FRA / FG Racing) finished a lectern in
third. In competition two, a Brunet-Lugardon brothers cumulative another
one-two result, with Florian winning again and Cyril in second. In the
altogether standings, Cyril continues to be in a lead while Florian
softened to second place.


Florian Brunet-Lugardon: “On Saturday, we started from
stick position and Cyril from second place. It was a unequivocally prolonged and hard
competition with prohibited line temperatures over 50 degrees Celsius. we managed to
stay in front of Cyril and take a win. In Sunday’s race, Cyril
started from second and me from third. Soon a organisation of 3 riders
battled during a front, pulling divided from a rest of a field. Halfway
by a competition Cyril was fibbing in second and we was in third. We then
started to conflict a personality and were successful – securing another
one-two result. It was a good weekend and a formula were very
critical for a championship.”


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