Double one-two for a BMW racers during start of a IDM season.

Posted on 30. Apr, 2018 by in BMW Canada

Munich. The 2018 deteriorate of a International German
Championship (IDM) non-stop with a double one-two for BMW S 1000 RR
riders. At Oschersleben (GER), it was all about Bastien Mackels
(BEL) and Ilya Mikhalchik (UKR). Nogaro in southern France hosted
a second turn of a deteriorate in a French Superbike Championship
(FBSK) and a French European Bikes Championship (FR EU) – which
saw BMW S 1000 RR riders collect adult a win and a sum of 5 podiums.
The SuperBike Series Brasil (BRSBK) hold a initial competition of the
deteriorate in São Paulo (BRA), in that maestro Alex Barros (BRA)
finished on a podium.

 

 

International German Championship during Oschersleben, Germany.

 

The teams and riders in a International German Championship (IDM)
got together during Oschersleben (GER) for their initial competition weekend of the
year. It was a ideal start for a BMW Motorrad Motorsport family –
with stick position, a double one-two finish and a fastest competition lap
in both races. On Saturday, Ilya Mikhalchik (UKR), of the
alpha-Racing-Van-Zon-BMW team, cumulative stick position followed by
Bastien Mackels (BEL / Wilbers BMW Racing) alongside in second on a grid.

 

In both races on Sunday, a dual riders staged a stirring duel for
a win. In competition one, it was Mackels who prevailed, with a lead of 0.4
seconds over Mikhalchik in second place. In a second race, a same
riders took a one-two finish in retreat order: this time it was
Mikhalchik who was victorious, finishing 0.2 seconds forward of Mackels.
Julian Puffe (GER / alpha Racing-Van-Zon-BMW) finished both races in
fourth place.

 

Bastien Mackels: “Victory in a initial competition and
second place in a second competition – what a superb start to a season
for me and a whole team. They did a illusory pursuit via the
whole weekend. Thanks guys!”

 

Ilya Mikhalchik: “Team work creates a dream work!
Second place in a initial competition and afterwards a win in competition two. What a
good start to a season. Big interjection go to my team.”

 

 

French Superbike Championship during Nogaro, France.

 

The French Superbike Championship (FBSK) headed to Nogaro in southern
France for a second eventuality of a 2018 season. As during a opener four
weeks ago, Kenny Foray (FRA) finished second on a lectern with his
BMW S 1000 RR of Tecmas Racing Team in both races. Matthieu Lussiana
(FRA / Team ASPI) crossed a finish line in fifth and eighth places.
Maxime Bonnot (FRA / Tecmas Racing Team) finished on a lectern in
third and second place in a Challenger category (FSBK Ch)
(15th and 12th overall).

 

Kenny Foray: “It was a good weekend for us, and we
finished second twice. We had unequivocally good gait in a giveaway practice
session, and we were quick in a subordinate sessions as well, though not
quick adequate to get stick position. Both races were hold on a drying
track, that is because there was usually one dry line that we had to
follow. It wasn’t easy. we got off to a bad start in a initial race. It
was improved in competition two, though afterwards we done a mistake on a initial path and
mislaid hit with a leader. we pushed, though we couldn’t do improved than
second place. Now, we will do all to get a win in a next
races in a month’s time.”

 

 

French European Bikes Championship during Nogaro, France.

 

The French European Bikes Championship (FR EU) were also during Nogaro in
southern France during a weekend. Nogaro is a home lane of brothers
Florian and Cyril Brunet-Lugardon (FRA), and a family had reason to
applaud in a initial of a dual races. In a competition on Saturday,
Florian Brunet-Lugardon got a home win and a fastest competition lap.
Jonathan Germany (FRA), who distinguished a double win during a opener four
weeks ago, also finished on a podium, in second place. The second
competition on Sunday was hold in fraudulent conditions. Germany finished on
a lectern again, in third place, and also bagged a fastest competition lap.

 

 

SuperBike Series Brasil in São Paulo, Brazil.

 

The SuperBike Series Brasil (BRSBK) kicked off a 2018 deteriorate in São
Paulo (BRA). In a initial competition of a year, there was a lectern finish
for a BMW S 1000 RR. Veteran Alex Barros (BRA) from a Alex Barros
Racing group finished a fiercely contested competition in second place.

 

 

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