Five wins and a sum of 13 podiums: BMW riders continue their run of success in general and inhabitant championships.

Posted on 28. May, 2018 by in BMW Canada

Munich. The BMW racers continue their run of success in
general and inhabitant championships. Their transport from the
weekend: 5 wins and a sum of 13 podiums. In a MOTUL FIM
Superbike World Championship (WorldSBK), Loris Baz (FRA) cumulative a
front quarrel grid position  at Donington Park (GBR) and finished in the
tip 10 in both races. At a same track, Markus Reiterberger (GER)
distinguished his third win of a deteriorate in a FIM Superstock 1000
European Championship. Roberto Tamburini (ITA) finished on the
lectern for a fourth time in a fourth competition of a season. The
races in a Alpe Adria Road Racing Championship Superbike class
(AARR SBK) during Poznan, Poland, finished with a win for Karel Hanika
(CZE) and a lectern for Christopher Kemmer (AUT). In a Superstock
category (AARR STK) Michal Filla (CZE) won both races, with BMW riders
securing a tip 4 positions in competition two. Reigning champion
Carmelo Morales (ESP) finished in second place on a lectern in the
second competition of a deteriorate in a Spanish Championship (RFME CEV).
And during a deteriorate opener of a Canadian Superbike Championship
(CSBK) during Shannonville (CAN), record champion Jordan Szoke, Ben
Young and Matt McBride (all CAN) claimed a tip 3 positions for BMW.




MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship during Donington Park,
Great Britain.


Typical British continue welcomed a 2018 MOTUL FIM Superbike World
Championship (WorldSBK) riders and teams to a sixth turn of the
deteriorate during Donington Park (GBR) – with sleet on Friday and Saturday.
Loris Baz (FRA) of a Gulf Althea BMW Team was unfazed by a wet
conditions. The Frenchman finished a initial use eventuality in third
place; he set a eighth fastest time altogether on Friday, creation it
true into a essential Superpole 2. As a third-fastest in that
subordinate session, he cumulative a position on a front quarrel of the
grid. Baz finished a dual races in positions 7 and ten.


Loris Baz: “In a wet, we had good feeling with my
bike, that was working well. I’m gratified to have scored a first
front quarrel start for BMW in 5 years. we felt unequivocally assured with the
subordinate tyre, and we have done good swell with a bike, but
yet a front quarrel came as a pleasing surprise. we knew the
competition would be tougher; when we start from a front quarrel we always
wish we can quarrel for a lectern yet unfortunately that wasn’t
possible. we still had some hold issues and, nonetheless we attempted my best,
we gradually mislaid ground, losing a few tenths any lap. Overall, P7 in
competition one was a unequivocally good result, deliberation how things went during Imola.
Sunday was a unequivocally tough day. We attempted a opposite tyre in warm-up, but
we’d need to work some-more on a bike set-up to be means to use that tyre
in a race, so we started a competition with a opposite tyre again, but
unfortunately we had no feeling with a front and too most chattering
that meant we couldn’t go into a turns quickly. Tenth was all we
could do. But altogether we’ve unequivocally taken a step brazen this
weekend yet and we wish we can continue in this capillary in Brno.”



FIM Superstock 1000 European Championship during Donington Park,
Great Britain.


Fourth competition of a deteriorate in a FIM Superstock 1000 European
Championship (STK1000) – and third win of a deteriorate for alpha
Racing-Van-Zon-BMW Team’s Markus Reiterberger (GER) . The BMW S 1000
RR supplement had another ideal weekend during Donington Park (GBR).
Reiterberger cumulative stick position with a record time and set a new
path record in his widespread start-to-finish victory. Fellow BMW rider
Roberto Tamburini (ITA / Berclaz Racing Team) continued his run of
finishing on a lectern in Great Britain and after 3 second
places, he finished in third place on a lectern this time. Jan Bühn
(GER / alpha Racing-Van-Zon-BMW) and Eric Vionnet (SUI / MOTOS
VIONNET) also finished in a tip ten, in eighth and tenth place.
Reiterberger’s win sees him extend his lead in a championship. With
86 points, he now has a ten-point lead over second-placed Tamburini.


Markus Reiterberger: “We mutated a chassis
somewhat during warm-up to make a tyres final improved over the
distance. It worked perfectly. The motorcycle was well-balanced, easy
and unchanging to ride, and that was a pivotal to success during Donington.
It was a illusory weekend; everybody in a group did an impeccable
job. We were means to extend a lead in a championship to 10 points
again, and that is important. Now I’m looking brazen to Brno – a
unequivocally good lane on that we will go on a conflict again.”



Alpe Adria Road Racing Championship during Poznan, Poland.


The Alpe Adria Road Racing Championship (AARR) headed to Poznan in
Poland for a second eventuality of a 2018 season. Karel Hanika (CZE) in
a Superbike category (AARR SBK) distinguished his initial win of a year.
The Mercury Racing Team supplement won a second competition on Sunday on his BMW
S 1000 RR. Christopher Kemmer (AUT / Bertl K. Racing Team) assimilated him
on a podium, finishing in third place. Hanika finished a first
competition in fourth place, with Kemmer finishing in sixth place.


In a Superstock category (AARR STK) BMW supplement Michal Filla (CZE / BMW
Sikora Motorsport) stays a widespread man. He won both races,
removing a fastest competition path in any and celebrating his third and
fourth wins of a season. In competition one, his team-mate Bartlomiej
Wiczynski (POL) finished second to bind a one-two finish for BMW.
Michal Šembera (CZE / TME racing team) finished fourth.


In a second competition in a Superstock class, BMW riders claimed the
tip 4 positions. Behind Filla in second place was Arnaud Friedrich
(GER / Team LRP Poland), third place on a lectern went to Michal
Prášek (CZE / Rohac and Fejta motoracing team). Wiczynski crossed the
finish line in fourth place.



Spanish Championship during Barcelona, Spain.


The Spanish Championship (RFME CEV) hold a second competition of a 2018
deteriorate during a “Circuit de Catalunya” nearby Barcelona (ESP). Reigning
champion Carmelo Morales (ESP), of a Graphenano EasyRace SBK Team,
picked adult some-more critical points for ‘Mission Defend Title’. After his
win during a opening race, BMW supplement Morales finished in second place on
a lectern this time around.



Canadian Superbike Championship during Shannonville, Canada.


The 2018 deteriorate started in a Canadian Superbike Championship (CSBK)
with a tip 3 positions going to BMW riders. The margin was led by
record champion and fortifying champion Jordan Szoke (CAN), who
continued his run of success and set a gait during a initial race
weekend of a new year during Shannonville (CAN). Szoke cumulative pole
position on his BMW S 1000 RR in movement for a Mopar Express Lane BMW
Superbike group and won a competition with a transparent lead of 5.73 seconds.
Second place on a lectern went to BMW supplement Ben Young (CAN / Ben
Young Racing), and Matt McBride (CAN) dull off a one-two-three
finish in third place.


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