Endurance plea in Japan – Wins and podiums for a BMW racers in a IDM, a Alpe Adria Road Racing Championship, a Italian CIV and a Malaysia Superbike Championship.

Posted on 31. Jul, 2017 by in BMW Canada

Munich. It was an action-packed and successful weekend for
members of a worldwide BMW Motorrad Motorsport family. In Japan,
they tackled a famous “Suzuka 8 Hours”, a final turn of a FIM
Endurance World Championship (EWC). The International German
Championship (IDM) met during Schleiz (GER), where Markus Reiterberger
(GER) continued to dominate. He took another double win, while
lectern finishes also went to Dominik Vincon (GER), Jan Bühn (GER)
and Danny De Boer (NED). There were some-more double wins and podiums in
Hungary and Malaysia. Michal Prášek (CZE) was unbeatable in a Alpe
Adria Road Racing Championship (AARR) Superstock class. Michal Filla
(CZE) and Michal Šembera (CZE) also stepped onto a AARR podium.

Muhammad Farid Badrul Hisam (MAS) continued his winning streak
in a Superbike category of a Malaysia Superbike Championship (MSC).
In a Italian Superbike Championship (CIV), Matteo Ferrari (ITA)
claimed a third place on a podium.

 

 

FIM Endurance World Championship in Suzuka, Japan.

 

The eminent “Suzuka 8 Hours” (JPN) noted a final turn of the
deteriorate in a FIM Endurance World Championship (EWC). The endurance
classic, that saw a 40th book during a weekend, is the
many critical competition of a year for a Japanese manufacturers.
Accordingly, they enter full works teams, upheld by well-known
riders from general championships. Seven private BMW teams also
tackled a plea during a “Suzuka Circuit”, assisted on site by the
experts from BMW Motorrad Motorsport.

 

The top placed BMW S 1000 RR was a series 135 of Team Tras135
HP, ridden by Hijiri Yamamoto, Jun Tadokoro and Tomoya Hoshino (all
JPN), in 21st position altogether (20th in a SBK
class). The Team BMCJ Motorrad Rennsport series 9 RR with Koji
Teramoto (JPN) and Pedro Vallcaneras (ESP) was 32nd overall
and 28th in a Superbike class. There was also one
European BMW group holding partial in Suzuka, a EKO IVRacing BMW CSEU
patrol with riders Martin Choy (BUL), Ladislav Chmelik (CZE) and Karel
Hanika (CZE). They finished a competition in 47th altogether and
42nd in a SBK class. Two obvious riders from Europe
upheld Team BMW Motorrad39; unchanging supplement Daisaku Sakai (JPN)
common duties with Raffaele De Rosa (ITA) from a MOTUL FIM Superbike
World Championship (WorldSBK) and Christian Iddon (GBR) from the
British Superbike Championship (BSB). However, a patrol suffered bad
fitness and mislaid a lot of time due to dual crashes during a commencement of the
race. Despite that, they raced to a finish of a 8 hours, though as
they had not finished adequate laps, they were not classified.

 

Martin Choy: “In a finish I think it was good, because
we finished a competition and during it we softened a lot in a basics.
The path times were good, very, very good. though it is racing and you can
never design what happens. We had a small problem with a fuel tank
after a pile-up in giveaway practice. Without that I believe we could have
done it into a top-15. But anyway, we’ve been here for the
first time and it is a very, unequivocally tough race, so for us it is very good
to finish a race. Great pursuit by a team!”

 

Ladislav Chmelik: “I was allowed to float a last
army and finish a competition and that is unequivocally an honour, because this
competition is so famous. we don’t have difference for this race. It is a pity that
we had a small problem with a fuel tank, though in a finish a most
important thing is that we finished a race. This was the
best feeling we had in my life.”

 

Christian Iddon: “It has been an overwhelming experience.
The outcome doesn’t uncover how good it was, as we had some bad fitness but
we only enjoyed it. It was not easy, as we had one gifted Japanese
male in a group and us dual rookies. The group has come together from
all opposite places. We had a Japanese team, afterwards guys from Tyco
BMW had come over to give a palm and of march a specialists from
BMW Motorrad Motorsport though in a finish it all came together and I
desired each notation of it.”

 

 

International German Championship during Schleiz, Germany.

 

The third turn of a 2017 deteriorate of a International German
Championship (IDM) – and Markus Reiterberger (GER) continues to be the
male to beat. At a famous “Schleizer Dreieck” (GER), a Van
Zon-Remeha-BMW group supplement claimed another autocratic double win,
channel a line with advantages of 24 and 14 seconds respectively.
This saw him extend his altogether championship lead.

 

Together with “Reiti”, 3 other BMW S 1000 RR riders stepped onto
a podium. In competition one, his team-mate Jan Bühn (GER) crossed a line
in third. In competition two, a BMW racers cumulative a top-three lockout:
Dominik Vincon (GER / BMW Stilgenbauer) was second behind winner
Reiterberger, while Danny De Boer (NED / Van Zon-Remeha-BMW) was third
on a rostrum.

 

Markus Reiterberger: “The whole weekend was great,
even if Friday was a bit eventful. The initial use was hold in wet
conditions and afterwards we had a forsake in a second session. But in the
third use we started with a work and were 1.2 seconds faster
than all a others from a word go. This was a good bottom on the
Schleiz circuit that is my favourite lane and that suits me very
well. Race one was great, and we did unchanging path times from start to
finish. The second competition was similar, however a temperatures had
risen and we had to opt for a opposite tyre devalue though Pirelli gave
us unequivocally good advice. It was a ideal weekend in front of a massive
eager crowd.”

 

 

Alpe Adria Road Racing Championship during a Pannoniaring, Hungary.

 

The penultimate turn of a 2017 Alpe Adria Road Racing Championship
(AARR) was hold during Hungarian Pannoniaring during a weekend – with more
success for a BMW Motorrad Motorsport racers. In a Superbike class
(AARR SBK), Michal Filla (CZE / BMW Sikora Motorsport) claimed a
double podium, finishing a dual races in second and third
respectively. Christopher Kemmer (AUT / Bertl K. Racing Team) and Mike
Wohner (AUT / Dunlop Racing) crossed a line in fifth and sixth
positions on both occasions.

 

In a Superstock category (AARR STK) reigning champion Michal Prášek
(CZE / Rohac and Fejty Motoracing Team) distinguished a double win.
Michal Šembera (CZE / Team LRP Poland) assimilated him on a lectern in
competition two, finishing third.

 

 

Italian Superbike Championship in Misano, Italy.

 

There has also been a lectern finish for a BMW Motorrad Motorsport
family in a Italian Superbike Championship (CIV) during a weekend. The
fourth turn of a deteriorate was hold during Misano on a Adriatic coast.
Matteo Ferrari (ITA) claimed third place in competition dual on his DMR Racing
BMW S 1000 RR. In competition one, Ferrari crossed a line in sixth. Top-ten
finishes also went to Ivan Goi (ITA / DMR Racing), who was seventh and
tenth respectively, and to Lorenzo Lanzi (ITA / Tutapista Corse), who
finished sixth in competition two.

 

 

Malaysia Superbike Championship in Sepang, Malaysia.

 

After a prolonged 3 month break, a 2017 Malaysia Superbike
Championship (MSC) resumed during a weekend with a third turn hold at
Sepang International Circuit (MAS). In a Superbike category (MSC SBK),
Muhammad Farid Badrul Hisam (MAS / HKM Times Bike Racing Team)
continued his winning streak. He was winning in both races,
fluctuating his championship lead. In a Superstock category (MSC STK),
dual BMW riders claimed top-ten finishes; Nasarudin Mat Yusop (MAS /
BMW Motorrad Malaysia Team) was fifth in competition two, while Linggam Ramoo
(MAS / HKM TimesBike Racing Team) finished in tenth and ninth respectively.

 

 

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