More top-three lock-outs: BMW riders on march for a pretension in a IDM and a French European Bikes Championship.

Posted on 27. Aug, 2018 by in BMW Canada

Munich. BMW Motorrad Motorsport racers have already won two
titles this deteriorate – and a final competition weekend reliable that BMW
riders will be settling titles between themselves in during slightest two
some-more competition series. In a International German Championship (IDM) and
a French European Bikes Championship (FR EU), BMW S 1000 RR racers
claimed some-more top-three lock-outs to pierce serve forward of their
competitors. Kenny Foray (FRA) also distinguished his fourth win of the
deteriorate in a French Superbike Championship (FSBK) during a weekend.

 

 

International German Championship during a Lausitzring, Germany.

 

The International German Championship (IDM) paid a revisit to the
Lausitzring (GER) for a fifth of 7 deteriorate events. The BMW racers
were in widespread form once again – and claimed a top-three lock-out in
both races.

 

Bastien Mackels (BEL / Wilbers BMW Racing) won competition one on Sunday,
finishing 0.644 seconds forward of Julian Puffe (GER /
alpha-Racing-Van-Zon-BMW). His team-mate Ilya Mikhalchik (UKR) secured
third place to finish a podium. In a second race, Mikhalchik
distinguished his seventh win of a season, triumphing by a significant
domain of scarcely 5 seconds. Mackels claimed second place and Puffe
finished third. Pepjin Bijsterbosch (NED) cumulative fifth position in
both races.

 

Although there are still dual events with a sum of 4 races left
in this season, it has already been reliable that a pretension will go
to a BMW rider. The best supplement for another manufacturer is already too
distant behind. Mikhalchik leads a altogether standings with 224 points.
Mackels (211 points) is thirteen points behind in second place. Puffe is
in third place with 150 points and still has a mathematical possibility of
claiming a title.

 

 

French Superbike Championship during Carole, France.

 

Reigning champion Kenny Foray (FRA / Tecmas Racing Team) endured a
violent time during a penultimate eventuality of a French Superbike
Championship 2018 (FSBK) deteriorate during Carole, outward Paris (FRA).

 

Foray cumulative stick position for both races with his BMW S 1000 RR. He
also posted a fastest path time in competition one before holding a tumble.
Foray picked us his bike and continued a race, finishing in tenth
place. Foray’s team-mate Maxime Bonnot (FRA) finished a initial race
in eighth position, claiming feat in a Superbike Challenger class
(SBK Ch).

 

In competition two, Foray converted stick position into his fourth win of the
season. Bonnot was tenth altogether and second in a SBK Ch. Robin Camus
(FRA) was also competing during Carole with a BMW S 1000 RR. He finished
in sixth and fourth positions in a dual races. Foray is currently
second in a championship standings.

 

 

French European Bikes Championship during Carole, France.

 

The French European Bikes Championship (FR EU) also paid a revisit to
Carole for a penultimate eventuality of a 2018 season. The weekend
featured a top-three lock-out and a sum of 5 lectern finishes for
BMW racers. It has already been reliable that a champion will be a
BMW rider: fortifying champion Florian Brunet-Lugardon (FRA / Gers Moto
Vitesse Ordannaise) or Jonathan Germany (FRA).

 

In competition one on Saturday, Brunet-Lugardon and Germany reached the
lectern in second and third positions. Germany also available the
fastest path time. The BMW riders afterwards distinguished a top-three lock-out
in a second competition on Sunday with gifted supplement Hernani Teixeira
(FRA) claiming victory, finishing 0.384 seconds forward of Germany, who
once again posted a best path time. Brunet-Lugardon finished third to
secure a final lectern spot.

 

With dual races to go, Brunet-Lugardon leads a championship
standings with 231 points. Germany is in second place altogether with 192
points. Aprilia supplement Gino de la Rosa is already so distant behind in third
place that he has no possibility of claiming a title.

 

 

MotoAmerica during Pittsburgh, USA.

 

The MotoAmerica (MA) was in movement during Pittsburgh (USA) during the
weekend. Danny Eslick (USA / Scheibe Racing) competed with a BMW S
1000 RR in a Superbike category (MA SBK). He unsuccessful to finish competition one
and took a checkered dwindle in seventh in a second race.

 

In a Superstock competition (MA STK), BMW supplement Travis Wyman (USA / Weir
Everywhere Racing) finished in fourth position.

 

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