The subsequent pretension win for a BMW S 1000 RR: Raffaele De Rosa is champion in a FIM Superstock 1000 Cup.

Posted on 17. Oct, 2016 by in BMW Canada

Jerez de la Frontera (ES), 17th Oct 2016. The preference came in a
thespian final turn during Jerez de la Frontera (ES): Raffaele De Rosa
and a Althea BMW Racing Team distinguished a pretension win in a 2016
FIM Superstock 1000 Cup (STK1000). In a final competition of a season, De
Rosa crossed a line in fifth place. This was sufficient to be
crowned champion with an advantage of 3 points over his rival
Leandro Mercado (AR). In a 8 races hold this season, De Rosa
claimed dual wins and 3 serve lectern finishes. The experts from
BMW Motorrad Motorsport were on site all deteriorate to support a Althea
BMW Racing Team and all a other teams in a STK1000. It was the
eighth pretension win of a year for a BMW Motorrad Motorsport community.


“I dedicate this pretension to my family – who have always upheld me,
even by a formidable times – and to a team, with whom I’ve now
worked with for dual years and we am so beholden for all their help.
I’ve been operative towards this for several years and so am extremely
happy that a outcome has arrived after all a efforts,” De Rosa said.


A marvellous tour for Maximilian Scheib (CL) dull off the
successful Jerez competition for a BMW STK1000-teams. The runner-up in the
2016 FIM CEV Superbike European Championship (CEV) and his Graphbikes
Easyrace SBK Team competed with a furious card. Starting from fourth on
a grid, Scheib shortly took a lead on his BMW S 1000 RR and hold it
until a final lap. Just a few corners before a finish he dropped
behind to second – though overtook his opposition Lucas Mahias (FR) again in the
final metres with a dauntless stratagem to secure his initial feat in a series.


“Congratulations to Raffaele and a Althea BMW Racing Team,” said
Berthold Hauser, Technical Director BMW Motorrad Motorsport. “It was a
good deteriorate and sparkling until a final checkered flag. From the
deteriorate opener on, Raffaele showed a good opening and
determination. He had a idea to win this pretension and he achieved it,
so he some-more than deserves it. We are really happy to have contributed our
partial to this success. We worked closely with a group from winter
contrast on and it is illusory that we can now applaud another title
win for a BMW S 1000 RR in a rarely rival FIM Superstock
1000 Cup. Congratulations also to a immature Chilean Maximilian Scheib,
who put in an considerable opening in a CEV. With his great
feat in a Jerez STK1000 race, Maxi clearly demonstrated his talent.”


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