Season openers for a BMW Motorrad Motorsport racers in championships on 4 continents – Podium honours for a BMW S 1000 RR in Spain.

Posted on 24. Apr, 2017 by in BMW Canada

Munich. The 2017 racing deteriorate is removing into full pitch for
a BMW S 1000 RR riders and a BMW Motorrad Motorsport experts. At
a weekend, championships on 4 continents hold their initial races
of a year: in Europe, South America, North America and Asia. The
Spanish Championship (CEV) kicked off with several lectern finishes
for a RR. In addition, a 2017 deteriorate has begun in a Italian
Superbike Championship (CIV), a SuperBike Series Brasil (BRSBK),
a MFJ Superbike All Japan Road Race Championship (MFJ) and the
MotoAmerica FIM/AMA North American Road Racing Championship (AMA).
In all championships, a BMW riders collected points for a 2017
BMW Motorrad Race Trophy.

 

 

Spanish Championship in Valencia, Spain.

 

The 2017 screen raiser in a Spanish Championship (CEV) was hold in
Valencia (ESP) during a weekend – and a deteriorate started with successful
for a BMW S 1000 RR racers. At a initial round, dual races were
competed in a Superstock 1000/Open 1000 category, and on both
occasions there were lectern honours for a BMW Motorrad Motorsport
family. The dual classes take to a lane together.

 

Carmelo Morales (ESP) finished both races on a altogether lectern on
his Graphbikes easyRace SBK Team BMW S 1000 RR. He was second overall
and second of a Superstock category on both occasions. Pedro Rodriguez
(ESP / Castromaroto Racing) finished a races in seventh and fourth
positions (both altogether and of a STK class) on his RR. Morales’
team-mate Vicente Kruger (CHI) was personal 12th and
14th overall and in a STK class.

 

Carmelo Morales: “I am confident with how a weekend
went. The usually problem was that we had a frightful impulse during practice
and that cost me some confidence, generally in a initial dual laps of
competition one. Overall, we had a good gait and we could not be some-more pleased
with a outcome of a initial race. For a second heat, we finished some
modifications, perplexing to serve urge and to tighten a opening to the
front. Overall we am happy since we still have to adjust to a new
bike and a tyres. What matters is that we feel unequivocally good with a BMW
S 1000 RR and a team, and a work we have finished with a electronics
has certain results.”

 

Vicente Kruger: “The weekend did not go too well,
nonetheless we were means to float quick and to do good path times in both
races. It is transparent that we need to urge in subordinate as starting
from so distant behind army me to unequivocally pull over a whole race
distance, and during a finish of a race, a tyre loses performance. The
turn of this championship is unequivocally high, though we consider we am means to keep
adult with a heading riders and we will quarrel for it. Now it is time to
ready for a subsequent competition and to do a best.”

 

There were also lectern honours for a BMW S 1000 RR racers in the
Open class. Roberto Blazquez (ESP) distinguished one second and one first
place in a category on his RR (17th and 16th
overall). In competition one, Guillermo Llano (ESP / Graphbikes easyRace SBK
Team) was third (18th overall). In a second heat, Sergji
Grygorovych (UKR / MDR Cossacks Flygroup) took third place in class
(19th overall). Llano was also fighting for another top
position in a Open category though crashed when he was strike from behind.

 

 

Italian Superbike Championship in Imola, Italy.

 

Imola (ITA) was a venue for a 2017 deteriorate opener of a Italian
Superbike Championship (CIV). In both of a dual races held, 4 BMW
S 1000 RR riders finished within a points. In a initial heat, Matteo
Ferrari (ITA / DMR Racing) was a tip placed RR racer in seventh.
His team-mates Ivan Goi (ITA) and Denni Schiavoni (ITA) crossed the
line in ninth and tenth respectively. Lorenzo Lanzi (ITA / Tutapista
Corse) came home in 12th. In a second race, Goi claimed
sixth place. Ferrari was eighth on that occasion, while Schiavoni and
Lanzi finished tenth and 14th respectively.

 

 

SuperBike Series Brasil in São Paulo, Brazil.

 

Wheels are also branch again in South America: during a weekend, the
SuperBike Series Brasil (BRSBK) hold a initial competition of a 2017 season
in São Paulo (BRA). BMW S 1000 RR supplement Marco Solorza (ARG / JC Racing
Team) missed a lectern by usually one position, channel a line in
fourth. His team-mate Davi Lara Costa (BRA) came home in eighth. Diego
Viveiros (BRA / Tecfil Racing Team) finished a tip 10. Fellow
Tecfil Racing Team supplement Danilo Lewis (BRA), 2016 championship
runner-up position, had to retire.

 

 

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

 

The BMW S 1000 RR racers in a MFJ Superbike All Japan Road Race
Championship (MFJ) also kicked off their 2017 deteriorate during a weekend.
The venue of a initial competition of a year was Suzuka (JPN). As a event
was used for credentials for a prestigious 8 Hours of Suzuka, the
Japanese manufacturers were on site with several clever factory
squads. In a rarely rival field, BMW supplement Daisaku Sakai (JPN)
claimed a tip 10 result: he crossed a line in 8th on his
Team BMW Motorrad 39 RR. Yuta Kodama and Shinya Takeishi (both JPN)
common duties on a RR of group Tone RT Syncedge 4113. They were
personal 19th, followed by Koji Teramoto (JPN / Motorrad
Rennsport) in 20th and Sano Masato / Noriyuki Tsujimoto
(both JPN / Team Vital Spirit) in 21st.

 

 

MotoAmerica AMA/FIM North American Road Racing Championship in
Austin, USA.

 

The MotoAmerica AMA/FIM North American Road Racing Championship (AMA)
hold a 2017 deteriorate opener as a support array during a Grand Prix of
a Americas in Austin (USA). In a Superbike class, dual BMW S 1000
RR racers competed. Sylvain Barrier (FRA), new signing in a Scheibe
Racing/Hayes Brake team, finished a dual races in 11th and
12th position. Mathew Orange (USA / Maximum Effort Racing)
late in competition one and was 19th in a second race.

 

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