Victory for BMW group Völpker NRT48 in a FIM Endurance World Championship.

Posted on 27. Jun, 2017 by in BMW Canada

Munich. The BMW Motorrad Motorsport family can applaud a
feat in a FIM Endurance World Championship (EWC): group Völpker
NRT48 Schubert-Motors by ERC took a Superstock category win in the
8-hour competition during a Slovakia Ring nearby Bratislava (SVK). The BMW
teams were upheld on site by a BMW Motorrad Motorsport experts.
In a Spanish Championship (CEV), BMW S 1000 RR supplement Carmelo
Morales (ESP) finished third on a lectern in Navarra (ESP) during the
weekend, fortifying his altogether championship lead. In Canada, Jordan
Szoke (CAN) returned to winning ways: a BMW supplement cumulative his
61st win in a Canadian Superbike Championship (CSBK) at
St. Eustache (CAN). The Alpe Adria Road Racing Championship (AARR)
was also in movement during a Slovakia Ring, and a BMW racers took a
sum of 4 wins in a Superbike and Superstock classes.

 

 

FIM Endurance World Championship during a Slovakia Ring, Slovakia.

 

On a tip step of a universe championship podium: during a 8-hour race
during a Slovakia Ring nearby Bratislava (SVK), group Völpker NRT48
Schubert-Motors by ERC distinguished a illusory feat in the
Superstock category of a FIM Endurance World Championship (EWC STK).
Jan Bühn (GER), Stefan Kerschbaumer (AUT) and Julian Puffe (GER)
common duties on a #48 BMW S 1000 RR. After 8 stirring hours of
racing, Kerschbaumer brought a RR over a line with a domain of 15
seconds over their closest opposition in a class. In a altogether race
standings, a Völpker NRT48 contingent was fifth in a rarely competitive
margin of a EWC teams. Team LRP Poland also achieved a clever result:
Markus Reiterberger (GER) and his team-mates Jaroslav Cerny and Michal
Filla (both CZE) crossed a line in seventh altogether and fifth of the
Superbike category (EWC SBK).

 

Jan Bühn: “It was a illusory success for us. For the
team, it was a first-ever feat in a Endurance World
Championship, as it was for me as a supplement so it was usually overwhelming to
mount on a tip step of a lectern after 8 hours of racing. We
were fibbing in third after a start and softened to second when
another group in front of us crashed. From afterwards on we had an intense
conflict with a #333 team. we done a small mistake during a array stop
that cost us a notation and was disturbed that we could skip victory
since of that so we attempted to make adult a time behind on a track. I
succeeded, took a lead in my final army and Stefan afterwards brought the
feat home. One pivotal to success was, detached from a good team
effort, a low fuel expenditure of a BMW S 1000 RR. We have
benefitted from that during a whole season: we have a lot of power,
a bike was impossibly quick on a straight, and during a same time we
are means to save a lot of fuel.”

 

Stefan Kerschbaumer: “It was a parsimonious conflict during the
unequivocally front. In a shutting stages of a race, both us and a rivals
on a #333 bike had to do another brief notice array stop. When we
returned to a track, we were distant usually by a few seconds though I
managed to open a opening behind to 15 seconds. When we crossed a line in
initial place, we was some-more than happy. The whole group did a fantastic
pursuit once again and we 3 riders have been consistant and on a
identical quick pace. Our visitor Julian was unequivocally good in his first
ever continuation race. Despite a pain he suffered after a pile-up in
giveaway use by no error of his own, when another supplement took him
to a ground, he delivered super quick path times. In addition, we
could count on a low fuel expenditure of a BMW S 1000 RR and were
means to once some-more do a longest stints of all. All this together was
pivotal to victory.”

 

 

Spanish Championship in Navarra, Spain.

 

The third turn of a 2017 Spanish Championship (CEV) was hold in
Navarra (ESP) during a weekend. Carmelo Morales (ESP) claimed another
lectern finish on his Graphbikes easyRace SBK Team BMW S 1000 RR. He
finished a competition in third place and shielded a lead in a overall
championship standings. Pedro Rodriguez (ESP / Castromaroto Racing)
crossed a line in sixth position.

 

Carmelo Morales: “I was not gentle during the
race. We had managed to solve some problems, though we still struggled to
go unequivocally fast. The certain thing is that we finished on a podium
as we had some moments during a competition battling for positions and have
been on a verge of going to a ground. We have to keep operative as
a categorical design is to win.”

 

 

Canadian Superbike Championship during St. Eustache, Canada.

 

Canadian record champion Jordan Szoke is behind on winning ways: he
dominated a third turn of a 2017 Canadian Superbike Championship
(CSBK) during St. Eustache (CAN) during a weekend on his BMW S 1000 RR of
a Mopar Express Lane BMW Superbike Team. Szoke had another perfect
weekend. He cumulative stick position, lead a competition from a start, won
with an advantage of over 6 seconds and also set a fastest race
lap. It was his 61st win in a array and his second of
a season. With a result, Szoke also extended his championship
lead. Ben Young (GBR / Ben Young Racing) missed out a lectern usually by
0.065 seconds, channel a line in fourth.

 

Jordan Szoke: “Our BMW S 1000 RR was illusory all
weekend, right out of a box. We have a good set-up here, and this
is my strongest track. Our bike is using amazingly, and we had it
dialled in for a race. we was a bit indignant when light sleet started
during a race. we am a good sleet supplement though we knew that a bike was
usually unequivocally ideal in dry conditions. Nevertheless, we am unequivocally happy
with that win.”

 

 

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

 

Next to a 8-hour competition of a FIM Endurance World Championship
(EWC), a Slovakia Ring (SVK) also hosted a second turn of the
2017 Alpe Adria Road Racing Championship (AARR) during a weekend. The
BMW S 1000 RR riders claimed 4 victories and a sum of seven
lectern finishes.

 

In a Superbike category (AARR SBK), Karel Hanika (CZE / EKO IVRacing
BMW CSEU) and Michal Filla (CZE / BMW Sikora Motorsport) successfully
switched behind to scurry racing after they had competed in a EWC race
on Saturday. Hanika won competition one of a AARR SBK while Filla crossed
a line in second. In competition two, it was a other approach around: Filla
took a win and Hanika was second. In a Superstock category (AARR
STK), reigning champion Michal Prášek (CZE / Rohac and Fejty
motoracing Team) was a leader of both races. In a initial heat,
Michal Šembera (CZE) assimilated him on a lectern in third.

 

 

MotoAmerica AMA/FIM North American Road Racing Championship at
a Utah Motorsports Campus

, USA.

 

The BMW S 1000 RR riders in a USA were in movement during a Utah
Motorsports Campus for a fifth turn of a 2017 MotoAmerica FIM/AMA
North American Road Racing Championship (AMA) during a weekend. Jason
DiSalvo (USA / Scheibe Racing / Hayes Brake) finished a dual races in
13th and 11th respectively. Matthew Orange (USA
/ Maximum Effort Racing) crossed a line in 15th on both occasions.

 

 

MFJ Superbike All Japan Road Race Championship during Autopolis, Japan.

 

The BMW S 1000 RR racers in a MFJ Superbike All Japan Road Race
Championship (MFJ) took to a lane during Autopolis (JPN) during the
weekend. In stormy conditions, Daisaku Sakai (JPN / BMW Motorrad 39)
finished a competition in 16th, while Yuta Kodama (JPN / Tone RT
Syncedge 4113) was 24th.

 

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