The subsequent BMW champion: Danny Webb celebrates early pretension win in a IRRC.

Posted on 20. Aug, 2018 by in BMW Canada

Munich. Just one week after Jordan Szoke (CAN) won the
Canadian Superbike Championship (CSBK) title, a BMW Motorrad
Motorsport family celebrates a subsequent champion. Danny Webb (GBR), of
Wepol Racing by Penz13, clinched a championship pretension during the
penultimate turn of a International Road Racing Championship
(IRRC) deteriorate during Hořice (CZE). BMW racers were also in movement in the
British Superbike Championship (BSB), SuperBike Series Brasil
(BRSBK), Australian Superbike Championship (ASBK) and MFJ Superbike
All Japan Road Race Championship (MFJ) during a weekend.

 

 

International Road Racing Championship during Hořice, Czech Republic.

 

Jubilation for Danny Webb and Wepol Racing by Penz13: a Brit
distinguished winning a a International Road Racing Championship
(IRRC) pretension before a finish of a deteriorate in Hořice (CZE). Webb
dominated a array right from a start of a season, picking up
limit points during each event, and headed to Hořice for a fifth and
penultimate turn of a deteriorate during a tip of a list with a
substantial lead.

 

On Sunday he cumulative a pretension win in a initial of a dual races.
Webb started a competition from second on a grid and immediately became
inextricable in a duel with pole-sitter Didier Grams (GER / GG
Motorsport by BMW Motorrad). After 7 laps, Webb had built a small
lead. One path after a competition was red flagged and BMW distinguished a
one-two-three-four result. Webb took a victory, that saw him secure
a championship, Grams finished second, Marek Červený (CZE / Wepol
Racing by Penz13) dull off a lectern in third, and Erno Kostamo
(FIN / Markka Racing) finished fourth.

 

In a second race, a new champion headed adult a BMW patrol in a
one-two-three-four-five finish. Webb was once again winning ahead
of Grams and Červený. Kostamo steady his fourth place and Coward
dull off a success in fifth.

 

Danny Webb: “What an implausible day! Two wins, a new
path record, 2018 International Road Racing Champion – and a first
Brit to win this title. I’d like to appreciate a whole Wepol Racing by
Penz13 group and all a sponsors. we couldn’t have finished it but you.”

 

 

British Superbike Championship during Cadwell Park, Great Britain.

 

Cadwell Park (GBR) hosted a eighth turn of a 2018 British
Superbike Championship (BSB). In a initial of a dual races, Christian
Iddon (GBR / Tyco BMW Motorrad) was a best-placed BMW supplement in
sixth. Right behind him was Peter Hickman (GBR / Smiths Racing) in
seventh. In competition two, Hickman crossed a finish line in fourth place.
Iddon was sixth once again, forward of his seventh-placed Tyco BMW
Motorrad team-mate Michael Laverty (GBR).

 

The points picked adult during Cadwell Park saw Hickman pierce adult into sixth
place in a altogether standings – and thereby into one of a coveted
“Showdown” positions. After a subsequent competition weekend during Silverstone (GBR)
during a start of Sep a 6 riders will be finalised for taking
partial in a “Showdown” that will confirm a title. Hickman is now in
with a good possibility of holding part.

 

Peter Hickman: “It’s been a flattering good weekend and
nonetheless we’re still struggling a bit with hold and I’m still a long
approach off full fitness, fourth and seventh place finishes are a pretty
good set of results, generally as I’ve now changed into sixth place
altogether and into one of a Showdown positions. Now that I’m in the
tip six, I’ll be doing all we can to stay there.”

In a Superstock category (BSB STK) race, Alex Olsen (GBR / ASTRO – JJR
Racing) in fourth was a best-placed BMW rider. Tyco BMW Motorrad
supplement Keith Farmer (GBR), who headed to Cadwell Park as the
championship leader, late early. In a altogether standings he is now
in second place, with a necessity of 5 points.

 

 

SuperBike Series Brasil during São Paulo, Brazil.

 

At a fifth turn of a SuperBike Series Brasil (BRSBK) during São
Paulo (BRA), maestro Alex Barros (BRA / Alex Barros Racing) once again
demonstrated his expertise. On Saturday, Barros clinched stick position
on his BMW S 1000 RR. In a initial competition on Sunday he cumulative a win
after a stirring conflict for a tip spot. In competition two, he finished in
second place, usually 0.014 seconds behind a leader. Danilo Lewis (BRA
/ Tecfil Havoline Racing Team) finished in sixth and fifth place.
Barros’ team-mate Lucas Torres (BRA) also bagged himself a top-five
mark when he finished fifth in a initial race.

 

 

Australian Superbike Championship during Morgan Park Raceway, Australia.

 

The fifth turn of a 2018 Australian Superbike Championship (ASBK)
deteriorate was hold during Morgan Park Raceway, southwest of Brisbane (AUS) in
Queensland. 19-year-old Ted Collins (AUS) was a usually rider
representing NextGen Motorsports after his team-mate Glenn Allerton
(AUS) harmed himself in motocross training in Jul and was incompetent to compete.

 

Collins picked adult his best formula in a ASBK to date in Queensland,
and finished in a top-ten in both races. He crossed a finish line
in tenth place in a initial race, in a second competition he softened by
one position to finished ninth.

 

 

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

 

The MFJ Superbike All Japan Road Race Championship (MFJ) stopped off
during a Twin-Ring Motegi to a north of Tokyo (JPN) during a weekend.
Tone RT Syncedge 4113 BMW supplement Tomoya Hoshino (JPN) finished the
JSB1000 category competition in 18th place.

 

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