The BMW Motorrad Race Trophy unites a BMW S 1000 RR riders from both disciplines: Circuit championships and highway racing meetings.

Posted on 14. Jun, 2017 by in BMW Canada

Munich. The BMW S 1000 RR riders are successful on race
circuits as good as in highway races – though how to combine championship
array of countless rounds and singular events like a Isle of Man TT
in one foe such as a BMW Motorrad Race Trophy? BMW
Motorrad found a resolution for a formidable charge to embody road
racers who do not competition in “typical” racing array in a Race
Trophy and invented a possess “championship”: a BMW Combined Road
Race Challenge (BMW RRC). It includes a vital events like the
North West 200, a Isle of Man TT, a Southern 100, a Ulster
Grand Prix and a Macau Grand Prix.

 

The races during these events make adult a deteriorate in a BMW RRC and the
formula are counted towards a Race Trophy in a same approach as the
races in circuit championships and in a International Road Racing
Championship (IRRC). This ensures that highway racers in a vital single
events have equal chances in a Race Trophy as their associate BMW S
1000 RR riders who frequently competition races in inhabitant and
general championships. With a Isle of Man TT, a second
assembly of a BMW RRC has only finished and in fact, 3 road
racers are now placed within a tip 10 of a altogether standings.

 

Courtesy of his lectern finishes during a North West 200 and his two
wins during a Isle of Man TT, Tyco BMW supplement Ian Hutchinson (GBR) is
now third in a Race Trophy standings. We wish that he will
redeem shortly from his injuries suffered in a Senior TT so that he
will be prepared to collect some-more points in arriving events. Peter Hickman
(GBR) of Smiths Racing BMW is now sixth after claiming top-5
formula during a NW200 and stepping onto a lectern 3 times during the
Isle of Man TT. Michael Rutter (GBR) of Bathams SMT Racing is tenth.

 

Kenny Foray now leads a record margin of participants.

 

The standings change each weekend as a participants collect points
in their particular championships. The championship personality of the
French Superbike Championship (FSBK), Kenny Foray (FRA), currently
heads a Race Trophy. In a 5 races hold so distant in a 2017 FSBK,
Foray has claimed 3 wins, one second and one third place on his
Tecmas Racing Team BMW S 1000 RR. His associate countryman Cyril
Brunet-Lugardon (Gers Moto Vitesse Ordannaise) is now second
pleasantness of dual wins and 3 second places in a French European
Bikes Championship (FR EU). This year, esteem income will be awarded to
a tip 30 riders of a final standings and in addition, bonuses will
be given in several categories (see stream top-30 below).

 

“In a fourth year, a BMW Motorrad Race Trophy has again a new
record series of participants. So far, 156 BMW riders have registered
– 29 some-more than 2016’s total. They come from 25 opposite nations on
all continents and competition for 105 opposite teams in 27 different
championship classes,” pronounced Uwe Geyer, Marketing Director BMW Motorrad
Motorsport. “This record series will continue to grow as registration
is still open until 30th June. Each rider, including those
who register in a duration to a finish of June, accept points for all
a competition events he or she has competed in given a start of a 2017
scoring duration on 25th Feb 2017. This means past races
are counted for those riders who have only assimilated a Race Trophy.”

 

You can find a 2017 BMW Motorrad Race Trophy regulations, online
registration and a weekly updated standings online at:

 

www.bmw-motorrad-motorsport.com

 

 

2017 BMW Motorrad Race Trophy – Current tip 30.

 

Status: 14th Jun 2017

 

Pos.

Name (Nat.)

Series / Class

Points

1

Kenny Foray
(FRA)

FSBK SBK

165.50

2

Cyril
Brunet-Lugardon (FRA)

FR
EU

164.17

3

Ian Hutchinson
(GBR)

BMW RRC

160.10

4

Farid Badrul
(MAS)

MSC SBK

157.50

5

Nasarudin Mat Yusop
(MAS)

MSC STK

152.50

6

Peter Hickman
(GBR)

BMW RRC

141.40

7

Lance Isaacs
(RSA)

RSA SBK

140.90

8

Carmelo Morales
(ESP)

CEV

131.25

9

Michel Amalric
(FRA)

FR EU

124.33

10

Michael Rutter
(GBR)

BMW RRC

116.35

11

David McFadden
(RSA)

RSA SBK

112.00

11

Jordan Szoke
(CAN)

CSBK

112.00

13

Julien Brun
(FRA)

FR EU

97.83

14

Chrissy Rouse
(GBR)

BSB STK

92.63

15

Florian
Brunet-Lugardon (FRA)

FR
EU

91.50

16

Miloš Cihak
(CZE)

MOTOCh SBK

85.60

17

Sébastien Le
Grelle (BEL)

IRRC

83.18

18

Michal Prášek
(CZE)

MOTOCh STK

79.20

19

Christian Iddon
(GBR)

BSB SBK

77.80

20

Richard Balcar
(CZE)

MOTOCh (SBK)

77.20

21

Pedro Rodriguez
(ESP)

CEV

75.25

22

Jordi Torres
(ESP)

WorldSBK

72.60

23

Fabien Gabrielian
(FRA)

FR EU

72.50

24

Dominic Chang
(SGP)

MSC STK

69.00

25

Dan Keen
(GBR)

BMW RRC

68.40

26

Markus
Reiterberger (GER)

IDM
SBK

64.29

27

Didier Grams
(GER)

IRRC

63.64

28

Federico Sandi
(ITA)

STK1000

61.56

28

Sébastien Suchet
(SUI)

STK1000

61.56

30

Ladislav Chmelik
(CZE)

MOTOCh STK

61.47

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