Three some-more champions on a BMW S 1000 RR: Title wins for Vincent Lonbois, Lukáš Pešek and Benjamin Colliaux in a IRRC, a AARR and a FR EU.

Posted on 28. Sep, 2016 by in BMW Canada

Munich (DE), 28th Sep 2016. The series of pretension wins for the
BMW Motorrad Motorsport village in a 2016 deteriorate has risen to
seven: final weekend, 3 some-more championship crowns were combined to the
collection. In a International Road Racing Championship (IRRC),
Vincent Lonbois (BE) took a pretension with associate BMW riders Sébastien
Le Grelle (BE) and Didier Grams (DE) finishing a deteriorate in second
and third overall. Lukáš Pešek (CZ) cumulative a pretension in a Superbike
category of a Alpe Adria Road Racing Championship (AARR SBK) with a
ideal weekend during a Slovakia-Ring (SK). In Albi (FR), Benjamin
Colliaux (FR) was crowned champion in a French European Bikes
Championship (FR EU), with Florian Brunet-Lugardon (FR) culmination the
deteriorate as runner-up. In a 7 competition events they have been in action
in this weekend, a BMW S 1000 RR riders claimed 8 wins and a
sum of 19 podiums. This success includes a top-seven and a top-six
lock-out in a IRRC races during a Frohburger Dreieckrennen (DE), a
double win for Kenny Foray (FR) in a French Superbike Championship
(FSBK) and a top-five lock-out in a FR EU.



International Road Racing Championship in Frohburg, Germany.


For a final turn of a 2016 International Road Racing
Championship (IRRC), a BMW teams and a experts from BMW Motorrad
Motorsport headed to Frohburg (DE), where a final dual races of the
year were hold during a normal Frohburger Dreieckrennen. With two
lectern finishes, Vincent Lonbois (BE / Herpigny Motors BMW Motorrad
Belux) cumulative a pretension win. Second and third in a final
championship standings also went to BMW riders: Lonbois’ team-mate
Sébastien Le Grelle (BE) is second overall, Didier Grams (DE / GG
Motorsport) follows in third.


Several guest starters assimilated a array of BMW riders, including
British highway racers Michael Rutter, Gary Johnson and Danny Webb, all
in movement for Rico Penzkofer’s (DE) Team BMW Motorradsport.
The weekend saw illusory successes for a BMW S 1000 RR, with a
top-seven and a top-six lock-out in a dual IRRC races. In competition one,
Rutter took a win and a fastest competition lap. Lonbois and Le Grelle
finished second and third on a podium. Places 4 to 7 went to
Webb, Marek Červený (CZ / Wepol – Sapmetal), Johnson and Matti Seidel
(DE / MSA Racing by Local favourite Grams, a mixed winner
of a Dreieckrennen, was also fighting for a victory, though crashed
out while in a lead. Rutter also distinguished a win in competition two,
with Le Grelle and Lonbois channel a line in second and third. This
time, a initial 6 positions went to BMW riders, with Grams fourth,
Webb fifth and Johnson sixth. With his results, Lonbois consolidated
second place in a 2016 BMW Motorrad Race Trophy, while Le Grelle
climbed from eighth to fourth place (see full standings below).


Most of a BMW riders also took partial in a two
Superbike/STK1000/Open races of a event, that did not counted
towards a IRRC – and they also dominated these encounters. In race
one, Rutter, Grams, Le Grelle, Johnson and Webb cumulative a top-five
lock-out for a RR. In a second race, they claimed positions first
to six, with Le Grelle winning in front of Lonbois, Rutter, Johnson,
Webb and Seidel.



Alpe Adria Road Racing Championship during a Slovakia-Ring, Slovakia.


Champion’s honours also in a Alpe Adria Road Racing Championship
(AARR): after Michal Prášek (CZ / Rohac and Feijta motoracing team)
had distinguished an early pretension win in a Superstock category (AARR STK)
during a penultimate round, a culmination during a Slovakia-Ring (SK) saw a
BMW supplement also being crowned champion in a Superbike category (AARR
SBK). Lukáš Pešek (CZ / BMW Motorrad CSEU) cumulative a pretension with a
ideal weekend. He started both races from stick position, claimed a
double win and also set a fastest path on both occasions with his BMW
S 1000 RR – including a new path record.


In a Superstock class, champion Prášek dull off his deteriorate with
dual some-more lectern finishes. He was second on both occasions. In a BMW
Motorrad Race Trophy, Prášek softened from seventh to third.



French Superbike Championship in Albi, France.


The 2016 deteriorate culmination of a French Superbike Championship (FSBK)
was hold in Albi (FR). One male dominated a weekend: Kenny Foray (FR)
of a Tecmas Racing Team. He finished a deteriorate with a ideal haul.
Foray cumulative both stick positions on his BMW S 1000 RR, was victorious
in both races and set a fastest path in both encounters. In the
championship standings, Foray finished a deteriorate second overall. In the
Race Trophy, Foray softened from tenth to fifth pleasantness of his double win.



French European Bikes Championship in Albi, Fance.


The third pretension win of a weekend came in a French European Bikes
Championship (FR). At a culmination in Albi (FR), dual BMW racers were
battling for a title: personality Benjamin Colliaux (FR / Team Cherot
Moto Sport) and his closest opposition Florian Brunet-Lugardon (FR / Gers
Moto Vitesse Ordannaise). Colliaux finished both races on a lectern and
was crowned champion. Brunet-Lugardon could not locate him, notwithstanding a
double win, and finished a deteriorate as runner-up.


In competition one, Brunet-Lugardon took a win and Colliaux finished
third. In a second heat, a BMW racers cumulative a top-five-lock-out
for a BMW S 1000 RR. Brunet-Lugardon took a tip step again,
Colliaux was second and Cyril Brunet-Lugardon (FR / Gers Moto Vitesse
Ordannaise) finished a lectern in third. Julien Brun (FR / JB Racing
Team) was fourth and Florian Drouin (FR) fifth.



Superbike IDM / International German Championship in
Hockenheim, Germany.


The Hockenheimring (DE) hosted a culmination of a 2016 Superbike IDM /
International German Championship (IDM). The BMW riders finished the
deteriorate with dual some-more lectern finishes in a Superstock category (IDM
STK). In competition one, Pepijn Bijsterbosch (NL / Van Zon-Remeha-BMW) was
third in a category (fifth overall). In competition two, his team-mate Jan
Bühn (DE) cumulative third place on a lectern (fifth overall).



MFJ Superbike All Japan Road Race Championship in Okayama, Japan


The 2016 deteriorate in a MFJ Superbike All Japan Road Race Championship
(MFJ) resumed in Okayama (JP) final weekend. Since a events in
Autopolis (JP) had to be cancelled due to trembler damage, dual races
were hold in Okayama. The best BMW positions were claimed by Shinya
Takeishi (JP / SYNCEDGE 4413 Racing) and Daisaku Sakai (JP/ Rosetta
Motorrad39) with fifth and ninth in a second race.



South African SuperGP Champions Trophy during a Dezzi Raceway,
South Africa.


The BMW S 1000 RR riders were also in movement in South Africa during the
weekend. The seventh turn of a South African SuperGP Champions
Trophy (RSA SBK) was hold during a Dezzi Raceway, south of Durban (ZA).
The best-placed BMW supplement was Lance Isaacs (ZA / Lance Isaacs Racing),
who finished both races in sixth.



2016 BMW Motorrad Race Trophy – Current Standings.


Status: 28th Sep 2016



16. Pepijn Bijsterbosch (NL/IDM STK/239.23), 17. Joshua Elliott
(GB/BSB STK/226.36), 18. Michael Rutter (GB/BSB STK/212.18), 19. Ben
Young (GB/CSBK/211.71), 20. Danilo Lewis (BR/BRSBK/211.11), 21.
Raffaele De Rosa (IT/STK1000/209.07), 22. Michel Amalric (FR/FR
EU/202.57), 22. Lance Isaacs (ZA/RSA SBK/202.57), 24. Cyril
Brunet-Lugardon (FR/FR EU/198.62), 25. Martin Choy (BG/AARR
SBK/189.20), 26. Michael Leon (CA/CSBK/186.00), 27. Stefan
Kerschbaumer (AT/EWC STK/180.62), 27. Bastien Mackels (BE/EWC
STK/180.62), 27. Dominik Vincon (DE/EWC STK/180.62), 30. Richard
Cooper (GB/BSB SBK/172.40), 30. Michael Laverty (GB/BSB SBK/172.40),
32. Mike Roscher/Anna Burkard (DE/SWC/167.26), 33. Matteo Ferrari
(IT/CIV/166.40), 34. Jordi Torres (ES/WorldSBK/164.40), 35. Christian
Iddon (GB/BSB SBK/156.40), 36. Mathieu Gines (FR/IDM SBK/156.11), 37.
Miloš Cihak (CZ/AARR SBK/145.20), 38. Colin Butler (CA/MSC
SBK/143.20), 39. Petr Bičiště (CZ/IRRC/137.09), 40. Martin Tritscher
(AT/AARR STK/135.60), 41. Marek Hartl (CZ/AARR STK/132.00), 42. Marc
Neumann (DE/IDM STK/121.38), 43. Hernani Teixeira (FR/FR EU/117.85),
44. Madjid Idres (FR/FR EU/116.15), 45. Denni Schiavoni
(IT/CIV/113.60), 46. David Datzer (DE/IRRC/107.09), 47. Adam Jenkinson
(GB/BSB STK/106.18), 48. Lee Jackson (GB/BSB SBK/104.40), 49. Julien
Brun (FR/FR EU/101.38), 50. Léon Benichou (FR/FR EU/100.92), 51.
Nasarudin Mat Yusop (MY/MSC STK/99.60), 52. Santiago Barragán
(ES/CEV/99.49), 53. Marco Nekvasil (AT/IDM STK/94.00), 54. Luca Vitali
(IT/STK1000/89.00), 55. Hudson Kennaugh (ZA/BSB STK/88.00), 56.
Garrick Vlok (ZA/RSA SBK/87.71), 57. Chrissy Rouse (GB/BSB STK/87.45),
58. Joshua Brookes (AU/WorldSBK/86.00), 59. Arnaud Friedrich (DE/IDM
STK/85.69), 60. Steve Rapp (US/AMA SBK/83.20), 61. Markus Reiterberger
(DE/WorldSBK/83.00), 62. Leon Jeacock (GB/BSB STK/75.45), 63. Roberto
Blazquez (ES/CEV/73.60), 64. Alex Olsen (GB/BSB STK/71.27), 645. Lee
Johnston (GB/BMW RRC/71.00), 66. David Bouvier (FR/FR EU/69.19), 67.
Daisaku Sakai (JP/MFJ/68.75), 68. Camille Hedelin (FR/EWC SBK/67.35),
69. Bertrand Boyer (FR/FR EU/64.00), 70. Manu Dagault (FR/FR
EU/57.23), 71. Maxime Bonnot (FR/FSBK SBK/56.00), 72. Karel Abraham
(CZ/WorldSBK/55.70), 73. Clive Rambure (FR/EWC SBK/54.53), 74. Björn
Stuppi (DE/IDM STK/53.38), 75. Alastair Seeley (GB/BSB SBK/53.20), 76.
Jeremy Cook (US/AMA STK/52.53), 77. Shinya Takeishi (JP/MFJ/50.75),
78. Rob McNealy (GB/BSB STK/49.27), 79. Dominic Chang (SG/MSC
STK/48.80), 80. Ronald Slamet (ZA/RSA SBK/48.00), 80. Sam West (GB/BMW
RRC/48.00), 82. Barry Teasdale (GB/BSB STK/42.18), 83. Yuta Kodama
(JP/MFJ/40.75), 84. Michal Šembera (CZ/AARR SBK/40.40), 85. Rene
Skalicky (CZ/AARR STK/39.00), 86. Michal Bidas (CZ/AARR STK/38.40),
87. Dominique Platet (FR/EWC SBK/37.59), 88. Michal Fojtik (CZ/AARR
STK/36.80), 89. Ben Godfrey (GB/BSB STK/34.18), 90. Ricky Lee Weare
(ZA/RSA SBK/33.71), 91. Martin Jessopp (GB/BMW RRC/31.50), 92. Davo
Johnson (AU/BMW RRC/29.80), 93. Nicolas Senechal (FR/EWC SBK/29.77),
94. Jakub Smrz (CZ/BSB SBK/29.60), 95. Eric Vionnet
(CH/STK1000/28.75), 96. Dominic Herbertson (GB/BMW RRC/28.00), 97.
John Krieger (ZA/RSA SBK/24.29), 98. Derek McGee (IE/BMW RRC/22.40),
99. Etienne Nelson (ZA/RSA SBK/22.29), 100. Evert Stoffberg (ZA/RSA
SBK/20.86), 101. Adrián Bonastre (ES/CEV/19.00), 102. Justin Gillesen
(ZA/RSA SBK/18.86), 103. Gauthier Duwelz (BE/STK1000/17.25), 103. Lim
Ho Gon (KR/MFJ/17.25), 105. Heinrich Rheeder (ZA/RSA SBK/16.14), 106.
Daniel Cooper (GB/BMW RRC/16.00), 107. Janez Prosenik (SI/EWC
SBK/15.65), 108. Michal Filla (CZ/IDM STK/15.54), 109. Federico
D’Annunzio (IT/STK1000/13.25), 110. Pedro Rodriguez (ES/CEV/12.60),
111. Matthieu Lussiana (FR/WorldSBK/12.20), 112. Sabine Holbrook
(DE/AARR SBK/7.60), 113. Eric Dagault (FR/FR EU/7.38), 114. Pierre
Bezuidenhout (ZA/RSA SBK/6.57), 115. Thomas Toffel (CH/STK1000/5.75),
116. Jacques outpost Wyngaardt (ZA/RSA SBK/5.71), 117. Pascal Meslet
(FR/FR EU/4.92), 118. Valter Patronen (FI/CEV/4.80), 119. Matej Smrz
(BSB SBK/ 4.60), 120. Elwyn Steenkamp (ZA/RSA SBK/1.14), 121.
Christophe Costes (FR/FR EU/0.00), 121. Stefan Dolipski (DE/AMA
STK/0.00), 121. Ryan Farquhar (GB/BMW RRC/0.00), 121. Marcel Irnie
(CA/CSBK/0.00), 121. Aaron League (US/BSB STK/0.00), 121. Joan
Sardanyons (ES/CEV/0.00), 121. Tomas Svitok (SK/AARR STK/0.00)


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