Next stop Misano for a new BMW S 1000 RR and a BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team.

Posted on 18. Jun, 2019 by in BMW Canada

Munich.
The BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team is streamer to a Italian
Adriatic coast. This weekend (21st to 23rd
June) sees a group contest with riders Tom Sykes (GBR) and Markus
Reiterberger (GER) on a new BMW S 1000 RR during a “Misano World
Circuit” for turn 7 of a 2019 FIM Superbike World
Championship (WorldSBK).

 

In credentials for a event, a group finished a two-day exam at
Misano 3 weeks ago. They were faced with unsettled weather, but
took advantage of a eventuality to benefit profitable information in
several opposite areas. The continual growth of a new RR
continues, and a BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team travels to Misano with
some-more updates.

 

Quotes brazen of a races in Misano.

 

Marc Bongers, BMW Motorrad Motorsport Director: “We
are good versed going into a weekend on a Adriatic coast. We
wish that a competition will endorse a outcomes from a Misano test
3 weeks ago. It is transparent that we still have to adult a performance,
and we will take a step in a right instruction here during Misano. Our
idea is to consistently finish in a tip six. We also wish to
continue a certain set-up work we did during Jerez with Markus. We are
assured that he will afterwards be means to lift his opening levels to Tom’s.”

 

Shaun Muir, Team Principal BMW Motorrad WorldSBK
Team:
“Obviously we had a plain opening during Jerez for Tom
and we wish to continue that good work during Misano. we consider more
importantly we wish to see if we can connect a qualifying
formula into good competition finishes. We wish that we can contest in the
tip 6 again during Misano, a circuit during that we utterly recently had a
unequivocally certain test. Markus went to Jerez perplexing to find a new set-up
on a bike that he could be gentle with in a identical area to
where Tom is with his set-up. Hopefully, a set-up that we finished
with during Jerez will also be certain and work during Misano. The weather
foresee is certain and a lane heat will be high that will
impact everybody. On a whole, however, we are looking brazen to
going to Misano, from where we can hopefully lapse with some clever performances.”

 

Tom Sykes: “I am unequivocally most looking brazen to the
Misano turn of a Superbike World Championship. It’s always a
pleasure to competition in Italy and of march it’s on a behind of a two-day
exam there. It was positively value doing a exam in credentials for
a competition and apparently we have utterly high expectations with a BMW S
1000 RR chassis. we unequivocally wish we can have a unequivocally unchanging weekend
and a aim is to try to finish in a tip 5 in all 3 races.
we am positively perplexing my best along with a whole BMW Motorrad
WorldSBK Team to try and secure some podiums now and hopefully get the
one that we were so tighten to during Imola. That would be good for the
whole team.”

 

Markus Reiterberger: “Misano is a cold circuit, which
we unequivocally like. Last year, we were unequivocally successful and won there with
a Superstock bike. After a exam there a few weeks ago, we are
prepared for anything a continue can chuck during us. we consider a bike
will perform good there. we apparently wish that a continue is nice,
though not too hot, and that we have an overwhelming weekend. A lot of friends
and fans from my partial of a universe will transport there, as a eventuality is
unequivocally popular. we am unequivocally looking brazen to it. At a same time, I
am apparently focussing entirely on a race.”

 

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Next stop Misano for a new BMW S 1000 RR and a BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team.

Posted on 18. Jun, 2019 by in BMW Canada

Munich.
The BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team is streamer to a Italian
Adriatic coast. This weekend (21st to 23rd
June) sees a group contest with riders Tom Sykes (GBR) and Markus
Reiterberger (GER) on a new BMW S 1000 RR during a “Misano World
Circuit” for turn 7 of a 2019 FIM Superbike World
Championship (WorldSBK).

 

In credentials for a event, a group finished a two-day exam at
Misano 3 weeks ago. They were faced with unsettled weather, but
took advantage of a eventuality to benefit profitable information in
several opposite areas. The continual growth of a new RR
continues, and a BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team travels to Misano with
some-more updates.

 

Quotes brazen of a races in Misano.

 

Marc Bongers, BMW Motorrad Motorsport Director: “We
are good versed going into a weekend on a Adriatic coast. We
wish that a competition will endorse a outcomes from a Misano test
3 weeks ago. It is transparent that we still have to adult a performance,
and we will take a step in a right instruction here during Misano. Our
idea is to consistently finish in a tip six. We also wish to
continue a certain set-up work we did during Jerez with Markus. We are
assured that he will afterwards be means to lift his opening levels to Tom’s.”

 

Shaun Muir, Team Principal BMW Motorrad WorldSBK
Team:
“Obviously we had a plain opening during Jerez for Tom
and we wish to continue that good work during Misano. we consider more
importantly we wish to see if we can connect a qualifying
formula into good competition finishes. We wish that we can contest in the
tip 6 again during Misano, a circuit during that we utterly recently had a
unequivocally certain test. Markus went to Jerez perplexing to find a new set-up
on a bike that he could be gentle with in a identical area to
where Tom is with his set-up. Hopefully, a set-up that we finished
with during Jerez will also be certain and work during Misano. The weather
foresee is certain and a lane heat will be high that will
impact everybody. On a whole, however, we are looking brazen to
going to Misano, from where we can hopefully lapse with some clever performances.”

 

Tom Sykes: “I am unequivocally most looking brazen to the
Misano turn of a Superbike World Championship. It’s always a
pleasure to competition in Italy and of march it’s on a behind of a two-day
exam there. It was positively value doing a exam in credentials for
a competition and apparently we have utterly high expectations with a BMW S
1000 RR chassis. we unequivocally wish we can have a unequivocally unchanging weekend
and a aim is to try to finish in a tip 5 in all 3 races.
we am positively perplexing my best along with a whole BMW Motorrad
WorldSBK Team to try and secure some podiums now and hopefully get the
one that we were so tighten to during Imola. That would be good for the
whole team.”

 

Markus Reiterberger: “Misano is a cold circuit, which
we unequivocally like. Last year, we were unequivocally successful and won there with
a Superstock bike. After a exam there a few weeks ago, we are
prepared for anything a continue can chuck during us. we consider a bike
will perform good there. we apparently wish that a continue is nice,
though not too hot, and that we have an overwhelming weekend. A lot of friends
and fans from my partial of a universe will transport there, as a eventuality is
unequivocally popular. we am unequivocally looking brazen to it. At a same time, I
am apparently focussing entirely on a race.”

 

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