Markus Reiterberger wins a 2017 BMW Motorrad Race Trophy.

Posted on 25. Nov, 2017 by in BMW Canada

Berlin. The leader of a 2017 BMW Motorrad Race Trophy is:
Markus Reiterberger (GER). Having formerly won this unique
foe in a initial deteriorate behind in 2014, Reiterberger has
now been crowned a tip BMW Motorrad highwayman in a universe for the
second time. The German scored a limit 500 points this season.
Second place went to Sébastien Le Grelle (BEL), with final year’s
leader Jordan Szoke (CAN) in third place.

 

BMW Motorrad Motorsport this year supposing a sum esteem purse of
100,000 Euros, that has been distributed among a tip 30
participants. Bonuses were also awarded in several categories, such as
to a 9 riders and teams who won a pretension in their respective
series, for a “Best BMW Rider in Class”, and a “Best Newcomer”.
The display rite for a best participants and teams took
place during a BMW Motorrad plant in Berlin (GER) on Friday.

 

A formidable complement is used to calculate a standings in a BMW
Motorrad Race Trophy. A supplement can measure a limit 500 points,
regardless of how many races are hold in their respective
championship. The sum measure is done adult of a foe points for the
particular foe results, together with reward points, such as for pole
positions or winning a title. The races in that a member records
their lowest results, are forsaken and not enclosed in a score. The
array of forsaken formula varies according to a championship –
depending on how many races are hold in a array via a course
of a season.

 

Reiterberger achieved a conspicuous attainment of scoring a limit 500
points in a 2017 season. Competing in a International German
Championship (IDM), he cumulative any stick position, won 13 of 14 races
and wrapped adult a pretension with races to gangling on a BMW S 1000 RR,
that was run by a Van Zon-Remeha-BMW Superbike Team. His “worst”
result, second place in foe one of a season-opener during the
Nürburgring (GER), was dropped. Reiterberger perceived 15,000 Euro in
esteem income for his feat in a Race Trophy. He and his group also
perceived bonuses for winning a pretension in a IDM (see subsequent for details).

 

“It was a good deteriorate for me, and feat in a BMW Motorrad Race
Trophy is a ideal approach to finish it,” pronounced Reiterberger. “I am very
unapproachable to have won a Race Trophy for a second time – and with the
limit score. The margin is flourishing any year, and there are so many
clever and successful BMW riders from a opposite operation of series. It is
not easy to come out on tip opposite this clever antithesis from within
a BMW family. we will demeanour behind fondly on this year. Our sign is:
‘Only teamwork creates a dream work’ and we valid that. We are a
tiny team, though a tight-knit unit. The BMW Motorrad Motorsport
engineers, who work with us and support us superbly, are also partial of
this team. We have achieved an awful lot together this year. Our goal
is now to continue in this capillary in a FIM Superstock 1000 European
Championship subsequent season.”

 

Belgium’s Le Grelle raced for a Herpigny Motors – BMW Motorrad
Belux group in a International Road Racing Championship (IRRC) in
2017, and combined a second pretension to a one he won in 2015. Le Grelle
scored 460.09 points in a Race Trophy, and was rewarded for his
second place with a coupon for 10,000 Euros. Szoke, who won last
year’s Race Trophy, continued his winning strain in a Canadian
Superbike Championship (CSBK). The supplement from a Mopar Express Lane
BMW Superbike Team claimed his twelfth pretension in this series. In the
Race Trophy, Szoke scored 440.00 points to finish third and claim
7,500 Euros in esteem money. Like Reiterberger and all a other
champions, Le Grelle, Szoke and their teams also perceived bonuses for
winning a pretension in their particular championships.

 

The Race Trophy was launched in 2014 as a pivotal post in a BMW
Motorrad Motorsport patron racing programme. Since then, a global
foe has grown consistently. 69 riders entered in a first
year of a competition, and that array has grown usually ever
since. In 2017, 159 riders from 26 opposite countries purebred for
a Race Trophy. They rode for 106 teams in 27 opposite championship classes.

 

“Congratulations to a leader Markus Reiterberger, and all the
successful participants in a 2017 Race Trophy,” pronounced Uwe Geyer,
Marketing Director BMW Motorrad Motorsport. “This year, a Race
Trophy has once again shown that a tellurian BMW Motorrad racing family
is flourishing and removing stronger all a time. Compared to 2016, the
array of participants rose by another 25 per cent, and we are proud
that this judgment has been so good perceived by private BMW riders and
teams around a world. The Race Trophy also shows how multifaceted
and opposite patron racing is during BMW Motorrad: a tip 10 riders
come from 7 opposite countries and 9 opposite racing classes.
Regardless of that continent they contest on, a patron teams know
that, in BMW Motorrad Motorsport, they have a clever partner on their
side, on whose support they can rely. And we know that we could not
wish for improved tellurian ambassadors for a code than a racing customers.”

 

The BMW riders and teams are upheld in their office of titles,
wins and podiums by a tellurian network of BMW Motorrad Motorsport
experts with good success. The riders in this year’s Race Trophy
picked adult 80 wins and 251 lectern finishes this deteriorate – on the
racetrack and during vital general highway races, including a Isle of
Man TT.

 

“We have a bustling deteriorate behind us. Since a start of a year, our
engineers have been during work in a opposite operation of racing array around
a world, weekend after weekend,” pronounced Marc Bongers, Technical
Director BMW Motorrad Motorsport. “The work on site during a circuit is
complemented by a support we yield from Munich. We can be unapproachable of
a grant to a many successes achieved by a customers. Our
endless expertise helps to safeguard that a BMW S 1000 RR is prepared
ideally for a races, while during a same time watching all the
technical specifications and regulations, some of that can be very
opposite in a particular series. This is shown by a many
victories and titles a business have achieved again this year. Our
BMW riders and teams are winning many circuit racing championships,
and on a general highway racing scene. Word has got around that
a RR is a bike to beat. At a same time, a information that we
accumulate from a foe outings serves to feature a know-how, thus
permitting us to offer even improved support. As such, all parties benefit
from this tighten team-work between a experts and a teams.”

 

BMW riders and teams won titles in 9 opposite foe series. BMW
Motorrad Motorsport rewarded a teams with a pretension reward of 7,500
Euros, while a riders perceived 2,500 Euros any for their pretension wins:

 

  • Markus Reiterberger (GER) – Van Zon-Remeha-BMW Superbike Team –
    International German Championship (IDM)
  • Sébastien Le Grelle (BEL) – Herpigny Motors – BMW Motorrad Belux –
    International Road Racing Championship (IRRC)
  • Kenny Foray (FRA) – Tecmas Racing Team – French Superbike
    Championship (FSBK)
  • Carmelo Morales (ESP) – Graphbikes easyRace Superbike Team –
    Spanish Championship (CEV)
  • Florian Brunet-Lugardon (FRA) – Gers Moto Vitesse Ordannaise –
    French European Bikes Championship (FR EU)
  • Jordan Szoke (CAN) – Mopar Express Lane BMW Superbike Team –
    Canadian Superbike Championship (CSBK)
  • Michal Filla (CZE) – Dominator Racing Team – Alpe Adria Road
    Racing Championship Superbike category (AARR SBK)
  • Michal Prášek (CZE) – Rohac and Fejta motoracing Team – Alpe Adria
    Road Racing Championship Superstock category (AARR STK)
  • Muhammad Farid Badrul Hisam (MAS) – HKM Times Bike Racing Team –
    Malaysia Superbike Championship Superbike category (MSC SBK)

 

 

2017 BMW Motorrad Race Trophy – Final tip 30.

 

 

Pos.

Name (Nat.)

Series / Class

Points

1

Markus Reiterberger
(GER)

IDM SBK

500.00

2

Sébastien Le Grelle
(BEL)

IRRC

460.09

3

Jordan Szoke
(CAN)

CSBK

440.00

4

Florian
Brunet-Lugardon (FRA)

FR
EU

425.67

5

Carmelo Morales
(ESP)

CEV

412.00

6

Kenny Foray
(FRA)

FSBK SBK

395.00

7

Muhammad Farid
Badrul Hisam (MAS)

MSC
SBK

386.67

8

Michal Prášek
(CZE)

AARR STK

381.73

9

Marek Červený
(CZE)

IRRC

334.09

10

Michal Fillza
(CZE)

AARR SBK

332.80

11

Didier Grams
(GER)

IRRC

310.73

12

Cyril
Brunet-Lugardon (FRA)

FR
EU

308.33

13

Michael Rutter
(GBR)

BSB STK

274.00

14

Julien Brun
(FRA)

FR EU

272.50

15

Peter Hickman
(GBR)

BMW RRC

264.90

16

Chrissy Rouse
(GBR)

BSB STK

250.00

17

Jan Bühn
(GER)

IDM SBK

245.38

18

Danny De Boer
(NED)

IDM SBK

236.92

19

Dan Kneen
(GBR)

BMW RRC

236.80

20

Nasarudin Mat
Yusop (MAS)

MSC STK

233.50

21

Karel Hanika
(CZE)

AARR SBK

222.00

22

Christian Iddon
(GBR)

BSB SBK

220.40

23

Erno Kostamo
(FIN)

IRRC

219.27

24

David McFadden
(RSA)

RSA SBK

208.62

25

Maxime Bonnot
(FRA)

FSBK Ch

207.83

26

Ben Young
(GBR)

CSBK

206.00

27

Michel Amalric
(FRA)

FR EU

202.17

28

Lance Isaacs
(RSA)

RSA SBK

201.67

29

Matteo Ferrari
(ITA)

CIV

201.64

30

Samuel Trépanier
(CAN)

CSBK

195.43

 

 

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