Historic win for BMW twin Päivärinta/Kainulainen in a Sidecar World Championship – BMW racer Jordan Szoke stays dominant in Canada.

Posted on 29. Jun, 2016 by in BMW Canada

Munich (DE), 29th Jun 2016. With their feat in a FIM Sidecar
World Championship (SWC), Finnish BMW twin Pekka Päivärinta and Kirsi
Kainulainen wrote history: Kainulainen is a initial women ever to take
a win in a universe championship highway race. In Canada, reigning champion
Jordan Szoke (CA) stays unbeaten. The BMW S 1000 RR supplement also won
both races of a Canadian Superbike Championship (CSBK) in St.
Eustache (CA). Fellow BMW racer Ben Young (GB) assimilated him on the
lectern on both occasions. In a Superstock category of a British
Superbike Championship (BSB STK) 3 BMW riders crossed a line in
a tip four, and Taylor MacKenzie (GB) continues to lead the
championship with a transparent advantage.

 

 

2016 BMW Motorrad Race Trophy.

 

The final weekend again brought a lot of transformation in a tip 6 of
a 2016 BMW Motorrad Race Trophy. The sequence is still led by
Michal Prášek (CZ / AARR STK) with 262.00 Race Trophy points. Isle of
Man personality Ian Hutchinson (GB / BMW RRC) binds second with 198.50
points. New in third place are a Finnish sidecar racers Pekka
Päivärinta and Kirsi Kainulainen with 189.19 points. Courtesy of a win
and a second place during a Pannonia-Ring (HU), they done an impressive
burst from 21st place into a tip three. Raffaele De Rosa (IT /
STK1000) follows in fourth, Taylor MacKenzie (GB / BSB STK) improved
to fifth and Jordan Szoke (CA / CSBK) climbed from 42nd adult to sixth
position (see full standings below).

 

 

FIM Sidecar World Championship during a Pannonia-Ring, Hungary.

 

The fans during a Hungarian Pannonia-Ring witnessed an ancestral moment
final weekend. At a third turn of a 2016 FIM Sidecar World
Championship (SWC), Finnish BMW twin Pekka Päivärinta and Kirsi
Kainulainen (44-Racing) distinguished feat in Saturday’s scurry race.
This was a special success, as Kainulainen was a initial lady ever to
take a win in a universe championship highway race. In Sunday’s bullion race,
a BMW twin finished second on a podium. With their formula from the
Hungarian weekend, they took a altogether lead in a world
championship sequence with 101 points and an advantage of 18
points over their closest rival. In a BMW Motorrad Race Trophy, the
“Flying Finns” softened from 21st to third place.

 

The German pairing of Mike Roscher and Anna Burkard (Roscher-Burkard
Penz13 Racing) finished a dual races in a clever fourth and sixth.
The Pannonia-Ring was a median symbol of a 2016 season, with now
3 competition weekends being finished and 3 some-more to go. After a
summer break, a movement will resume in Assen (NL) in early August.

 

British Superbike Championship in Knockhill, Great Britain.

 

Knockhill (GB) in Scotland hosted a fourth turn of a 2016
British Superbike Championship (BSB) final weekend. The BMW teams and
a BMW Motorrad Motorsport experts had to understanding with tricky
conditions, generally in Sunday’s second Superbike race, when it was
raining and many riders struggled with prophesy problems as their
helmets were misting up.

 

Best placed BMW racer in a Superbike category (BSB SBK) was Richard
Cooper (GB / Buildbase BMW Motorrad), who finished a races in sixth
and seventh. Michael Laverty (GB / Tyco BMW Motorrad Racing) was
eighth in a initial encounter, though had to settle with 13th in a wet
second race. Top 10 formula were also claimed by Howie Mainwaring
Smart (GB / Smiths Racing BMW) and Christian Iddon (GB / Tyco BMW
Motorrad Racing) who were ninth and tenth respectively in competition two.

 

In a Superstock category (BSB STK), 3 BMW riders crossed a line
in a initial 4 places. Taylor MacKenzie (GB / Buildbase BMW
Motorrad) took a win. He, however, was given a 3 place penalty
thereafter for overtaking underneath yellow flags and an vulnerable manoeuvre,
so was personal fourth. Second place on a lectern went to Ian
Hutchinson (GB / Tyco BMW Motorrad Racing) who once some-more valid that
he is clever on a BMW S 1000 RR in highway racing as good as on
circuits. Michael Rutter (GB / Bathams SMT) took third place in the
final result. Three some-more BMW riders finished a competition in a tip ten:
Barry Teasdale (GB / Green Chem / Bob Henderson Racing) was sixth,
Joshua Elliott (GB / Tyco BMW Motorrad Racing) seventh and Leon
Jeacock (GB / Geo E Davies Racing) came home in tenth. In the
championship standings, MacKenzie stays in a lead with 108 points
and an advantage of 35 points.

 

 

Canadian Superbike Championship in St. Eustache, Canada.

 

Canadian BMW racer Jordan Szoke (CA) continues his considerable winning
strain in a Canadian Superbike Championship (CSBK). After winning
a opening competition of a 2016 deteriorate in Shannonville (CA), a Mopar
Express Lane BMW Superbike Team supplement also distinguished a victories in
a second and a third races of a year, hold during St. Eustache (CA)
final weekend. Including final season, when he had a purify brush with
7 wins in 7 races, Szoke has now won 10 races in a quarrel on his
BMW S 1000 RR. In a championship standings, he extended his lead to
162 points with an advantage of 33 points. With his latest double win,
Szoke also softened from 42nd to sixth place in a 2016 BMW Motorrad
Race Trophy.

 

There was some-more reason to applaud for a BWM Motorrad Motorsport
village in St. Eustache, as Ben Young (GB / Ben Young Racing) also
raced onto a lectern on his BMW S 1000 RR in both heats, finishing
third on both occasions. The clever outcome for a BMW riders was
finished by Michael Leon (CA / Royal Distributing Racing Team), who
was fifth in both races, and Samuel Trépanier (CA), who claimed two
eighth places.

 

 

MFJ Superbike All Japan Road Race Championship in Sugo, Japan.

 

The MFJ Superbike All Japan Road Racing Championship (MFJ) visited
Sugo (JP) final weekend to competition a “Sugo 120 Miles” continuation race.
The teams could contest with possibly one or dual riders on their bikes.
Daisaku Sakai (JP / Rosetta Motorrad39) was a best-placed BMW racer
in a clever margin that enclosed bureau teams from a Japanese
manufacturers. He was 11th on his BMW S 1000 RR. Team Tras 135HP rider
Yuta Kodama (JP) common duties on a series 135 RR with a current
personality of a Superbike IDM (IDM), Mathieu Gines (FR), who done a
guest coming in Japan. The twin finished a competition in 13th position.
Shinya Takeishi and Gun Nakamoto (both JP / SYNCEDGE 4413 Racing) were
16th and a Rosetta Motorrad39 KOREA group came home 18th with riders
Lim Ho Gon (KR) and Tomoya Hoshino (JP).

 

 

MotoAmerica AMA/FIM North American Road Racing Series in Salt
Lake City, USA

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The seventh turn of a 2016 MotoAmerica AMA/FIM North American Road
Racing Series (AMA) was hold during Salt Lake City (US) final weekend. BMW
supplement Steve Rapp (US / Scheibe Racing) finished a dual races in 16th
and 15th.

 

 

2016 BMW Motorrad Race Trophy – Current Standings.

 

Status: 29th Jun 2016

 

 

16. Jordi Torres (ES/WorldSBK/133.60), 17. Kenny Foray
(FR/FSBK/129.54), 18. Martin Choy (BG/AARR SBK/123.60), 19. Joshua
Elliott (GB/BSB STK/118.36), 20. Sébastien Le Grelle (BE/IRRC/117.09),
21. Lance Isaacs (ZA/RSA SBK/116.57), 22. Michael Rutter (GB/BMW
RRC/112.60), 23. Didier Grams (DE/IRRC/109.00), 24. Mathieu Gines
(FR/IDM SBK/104.73), 25. Santiago Barragán (ES/CEV/99.49), 26. Ben
Young (GB/CSBK/97.50), 27. Marco Nekvasil (AT/IDM STK/94.00), 28.
Michel Amalric (FR/FR EU/93.85), 29. Martin Tritscher (AT/AARR
STK/90.00), 30. Hudson Kennaugh (ZA/BSB STK/88.00), 31. Florian
Brunet-Lugardon (FR/FR EU/87.96), 32. Christian Iddon (GB/BSB
SBK/87.20), 33. Richard Cooper (GB/BSB SBK/86.49), 34. Miloš Cihak
(CZ/AARR SBK/85.20), 35. Mike Roscher/Anna Burkard (DE/SWC/84.30), 36.
Hernani Teixeira (FR/FR EU/81.54), 37. Markus Reiterberger
(DE/WorldSBK/80.00), 38. Michael Leon (CA/CSBK/77.25), 39. Cyril
Brunet-Lugardon (FR/FR EU/72.92), 40. Michael Laverty (GB/BSB
SBK/72.00), 41. Lee Johnston (GB/BMW RRC/71.00), 42. Jan Bühn (DE/IDM
STK/69.54), 43. Luca Vitali (IT/STK1000/69.25), 44. Joshua Brookes
(AU/WorldSBK/68.80), 45. Steve Rapp (US/AMA SBK/64.53), 46. Bertrand
Boyer (FR/FR EU/64.00), 47. Madjid Idres (FR/FR EU/56.92), 48. Camille
Hedelin (FR/EWC SBK/54.53), 48. Clive Rambure (FR/EWC SBK/54.53), 50.
Marek Hartl (CZ/AARR STK/54.40), 51. David Bouvier (FR/FR EU/52.96),
52. Alastair Seeley (GB/BMW RRC/51.90), 53. Pepijn Bijsterbosch
(NL/IDM STK/50.00), 54. Daisaku Sakai (JP/MFJ/49.67), 55. Jeremy Cook
(US/AMA STK/49.33), 56. Julien Brun (FR/FR EU/45.08), 57. Karel
Abraham (CZ/WorldSBK/44.10), 58. Petr Bičiště (CZ/IRRC/43.64), 59.
Garrick Vlok (ZA/RSA SBK/42.57), 60. Nasarudin Mat Yusop (MY/MSC
STK/41.20), 60. Denni Schiavoni (IT/CIV/41.20), 62. Matteo Ferrari
(IT/CIV/38.00), 63. Lee Jackson (GB/BSB SBK/36.80), 64. Sam West
(GB/BMW RRC/34.20), 65. Yuta Kodama (JP/MFJ/33.67), 66. David Datzer
(DE/IRRC/32.73), 67. Leon Jeacock (GB/BSB STK/32.00), 68. Colin Butler
(CA/MSC SBK/32.00), 68. Manu Dagault (FR/FR EU/32.00), 70. Ronald
Slamet (ZA/RSA SBK/31.14), 71. Davo Johnson (AU/BMW RRC/29.80), 72.
Nicolas Senechal (FR/EWC SBK/29.77), 73. Alex Olsen (GB/BSB
STK/29.09), 74. Eric Vionnet (CH/STK1000/28.75), 75. Rob McNealy
(GB/BSB STK/27.64), 76. Rene Skalicky (CZ/AARR STK/26.60), 77. Roberto
Blazquez (ES/CEV/26.40), 78. Michal Bidas (CZ/AARR STK/26.00), 79.
Dominique Platet (FR/EWC SBK/24.77), 80. Ricky Lee Weare (ZA/RSA
SBK/23.43), 81. Lim Ho Gon (KR/MFJ/23.00), 81. Shinya Takeishi
(JP/MFJ/23.00), 83. Michal Šembera (CZ/AARR SBK/22.00), 84. Chrissy
Rouse (GB/BSB STK/20.18), 85. Maxime Bonnot (FR/FSBK SBK/20.00), 86.
Adrián Bonastre (ES/CEV/19.00), 87. Justin Gillesen (ZA/RSA
SBK/18.86), 88. Michal Fojtik (CZ/AARR STK/18.40), 89. Marc Neumann
(DE/IDM STK/18.31), 90. Barry Teasdale (GB/BSB STK/17.45), 91.
Gauthier Duwelz (BE/STK1000/17.25), 92. Janez Prosenik (SI/EWC
SBK/15.65), 93. Etienne Nelson (ZA/RSA SBK/15.43), 94. Howie
Mainwaring Smart (GB/BSB SBK/15.20), 95. Dominic Herbertson (GB/BMW
RRC/13.80), 96. Léon Benichou (FR/FR EU/13.54), 97. Evert Stoffberg
(ZA/RSA SBK/13.14), 98. Pedro Rodriguez (ES/CEV/12.60), 99. Matthieu
Lussiana (FR/WorldSBK/12.20), 100. Dominic Chang (SG/MSC STK/11.20),
101. Björn Stuppi (DE/IDM STK/9.54), 102. Sabine Holbrook (DE/AARR
SBK/7.60), 103. Federico D’Annunzio (IT/STK1000/7.50), 104. Pierre
Bezuidenhout (ZA/RSA SBK/6.57), 105. Thomas Toffel (CH/STK1000/5.75),
106. Pascal Meslet (FR/FR EU/4.92), 107. Valter Patronen
(FI/CEV/4.80), 108. Matej Smrz (BSB SBK/ 4.60), 109. John Krieger
(ZA/RSA SBK/4.57), 110. Jakub Smrz (CZ/BSB SBK/4.00), 111. Heinrich
Rheeder (ZA/RSA SBK/3.29), 112. Michal Filla (CZ/IDM STK/2.31), 113.
Derek McGee (IE/BMW RRC/1.60), 114. Eric Dagault (FR/FR EU/1.23), 115.
Elwyn Steenkamp (ZA/RSA SBK/1.14), 116. Daniel Cooper (GB/BMW
RRC/0.00), 116. Christophe Costes (FR/FR EU/0.00), 116. Stefan
Dolipski (DE/AMA STK/0.00), 116. Ryan Farquhar (GB/BMW RRC/0.00), 116.
Ben Godfrey (GB/BSB STK/0.00), 116. Marcel Irnie (CA/CSBK/0.00), 116.
Ales Nechvatal (CZ/IRRC/0.00), 116. Joan Sardanyons (ES/CEV/0.00),
116. Tomas Svitok (SK/AARR STK/0.00), 116. Jacques outpost Wyngaardt (ZA/RSASBK/0.00)

 

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