Great deteriorate opener for a BMW Motorrad Motorsport riders with a marvellous win and good podiums in a French FSBK and FR EU.

Posted on 30. Mar, 2016 by in BMW Canada

Munich (DE), 30th Mar 2016. Wheels are branch again in France:
final Easter weekend, Le Mans (FR) hosted a screen raiser of the
2016 French Superbike Championship (FSBK) and a French European
Bikes Championship (FR EU). In both series, a BMW Motorrad
Motorsport racers enjoyed success with their BMW S 1000 RRs. However,
a teams and riders had to cope with indeterminate weather. Over the
whole weekend, sleet showers invariably caused changing lane conditions.

 

 

French Superbike Championship in Le Mans, France.

 

The French Superbike Championship’s (FSBK) 2016 deteriorate started with a
good lectern finish for a BMW S 1000 RR. Kenny Foray (FR) claimed a
shining second place in competition dual on Sunday. In addition, he set the
fastest path of this race. In a initial of a dual violent races,
Foray was fighting during a top, though had to retire after his front tyre
was shop-worn by waste on a track.

 

Former Endurance World Champion Foray is a new serve to the
general BMW Motorrad Motorsport family. The 31-year-old races in
a FSBK with Tecmas BMW, an gifted and successful French team
that is operative closely with BMW Motorrad France from this deteriorate on.
Foray will also contest in a FIM Endurance World Championship (EWC)
as a partial of a Penz13.com BMW Motorrad Team.

 

In total, 4 BMW riders lined-up on a FSBK grid during Le Mans.
Nicolas Pouhair (FR) is a long-term member of a BMW Motorrad
Motorsport village and continues to competition a RR in a FSBK this
season. He finished a races in 14th and 16th respectively. Cyprien
Schmidt (FR) claimed 16th and 15th on his BMW S 1000 RR. Foray’s young
Tecmas team-mate Maxime Bonnot (FR) also finished a dual initial races
of his entrance deteriorate in a FSBK. He was 30th and 32nd respectively.

 

 

French European Bikes Championship in Le Mans, France.

 

In a French European Bikes Championship (FR EU), it was a BMW rider
who vehement a fans with a shining win in Saturday’s initial race.
Fifty-eight-year-old Hernani Teixeira (FR) defied a inauspicious weather
conditions that massively churned adult a sequence and rode to feat with
his BMW S 1000 RR. At a finish, he had an considerable advantage of
scarcely 22 seconds over his closest rival. In total, 7 BMW racers
crossed a line within a top-ten: Teixeira (1st), Julien Brun (FR /
4th) Richard Mathivet (FR / 5th), Benjamin Colliaux (FR / 6th), Michel
Amalric (FR / 7th), Madjid Idres (FR / 9th) and Bertrand Boyer (FR / 10th).

 

In competition two, a successful weekend for a BMW racers was rounded
off by another dual lectern finishes. Colliaux was second in that race,
that was no reduction chaotic than a initial heat. David Bouvier (FR) also
stepped onto a podium, finishing third. He was followed over the
finish line by a serve 3 BMW S 1000 RR riders in positions four
to six: Boyer, Manu Dagault (FR) and Amalric. Saturday’s winner
Teixeira was eighth in competition two.

 

 

Both array will reason their subsequent turn on 23rd/24th Apr in Nogaro (FR).

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