Wins and podiums for BMW S 1000 RR riders during a season-openers in Great Britain and France.

Posted on 04. Apr, 2018 by in BMW Canada

Munich. The wheels are branch again in Great Britain and
France: a Easter weekend saw a start of a 2018 deteriorate in the
British Superbike Championship (BSB), a French Superbike
Championship (FSBK) and a French European Bikes Championship (FR
EU). The BMW S 1000 RR riders were means to explain wins and podium
finishes. In a British Superbike Championship Superstock class
(BSB STK), Keith Farmer (GBR / Tyco BMW Motorrad) reached a podium
in each race. In a FSBK, reigning champion Kenny Foray (FRA /
Tecmas Racing Team) kicked off a new deteriorate with dual second-place
finishes. Matthieu Lussiana (FRA / Team ASPI) also reached the
podium. In a FR EU, Jonathan Germany (FRA / Seven Racing Team) led
a BMW riders to top-three and top-five lock-outs.



British Superbike Championship during Donington Park, Great Britain.


The 2018 British Superbike Championship (BSB) deteriorate started at
Donington Park (GBR) in conditions that were some-more suggestive of
winter with a report disrupted by sleet and cold temperatures. The
initial of a dual Superbike category (BSB SBK) races was brought forward
from Monday to Sunday due to a bad continue forecast. The
best-placed BMW supplement in a initial competition was Peter Hickman (GBR /
Smiths Racing BMW) in eighth. The top-ten also featured Michael
Laverty (GBR), who has returned to a Tyco BMW Motorrad group and
finished tenth. Christian Iddon (GBR / Tyco BMW Motorrad) was the
tip finishing BMW supplement in a second competition on Easter Monday when
he crossed a line in sixth position. Laverty once again finished in tenth.


Three races took place over a weekend in a Superstock category (BSB
STK) – and a BMW S 1000 RR riders claimed a lectern and tip ten
finishes in all of them.


Races one and dual were sum into an “endurance race” on Sunday.
In a initial race, Keith Farmer (GBR / Tyco BMW Motorrad) crossed the
line in third place. In partial two, Farmer claimed second position on
a lectern and also available a fastest path time. His team-mate Dan
Kneen (GBR), who is regulating a BSB STK to ready for a road-racing
deteriorate with Tyco BMW Motorrad, finished a competition in fourth. A sum of
6 BMW racers reached a top-ten in a dual tools of a “endurance race”.


Farmer finished third to explain another lectern in Monday’s third
Superstock race. Michael Rutter (GBR / Bathams SMT) was right behind
him in fourth.


Keith Farmer: “It’s been unequivocally good to start the
deteriorate off for Tyco BMW with lectern finishes here during Donington Park.
I’m unequivocally removing a good feeling with a BMW S 1000 RR now, so every
time we go out, we are improving and training more.”



French Superbike Championship during Le Mans, France.


Le Mans (FRA) was a initial stop for a French Superbike
Championship 2018 (FSBK) during a weekend. The deteriorate began with three
lectern finishes for a BMW S 1000 RR. Defending champion Kenny Foray
(FRA / Tecmas Racing Team) claimed second place in both races.
Matthieu Lussiana (Team ASPI) also reached a podium, finishing third
in a second race. In a second race, Maxime Bonnot (FRA / Tecmas
Racing Team) finished in second position in a Challenger category (FSBK Ch).


Kenny Foray: “It was a good weekend, though a difficult
one, as a continue was really fanciful from Friday on. We did not get
most lane time in a dry so it was not easy to ready for the
races. we was third on a grid for both heats. In competition one, we had a
good start though struggled to pull as we didn’t have a good feel on the
bike so we finished second with utterly a opening to a personality – though that
was a limit we could do. we had another good start in a second
competition and we was tighten behind a personality for roughly a whole competition but
afterwards we done one or dual mistakes so we finished second again though we was
happy since my feeling was back.”



French European Bikes Championship during Le Mans, France.


The French European Bikes Championship (FR EU), a championship
exclusively for motorbikes done by European manufacturers, is hosting
a races together with a FSBK in 2018. It was a shining start to
a deteriorate for a BMW S 1000 RR riders during Le Mans (FRA). They
distinguished top-three and top-five lock-outs in a clever margin that
featured over 40 competitors.


Jonathan Germany (FRA) from a Seven Racing Team surfaced a podium
after winning both races. Reigning champion Florian Brunet-Lugardon
(FRA / Gers Moto Vitesse Ordannaise) claimed second place in both
races. In competition one, Julien Brun (FRA) finished a lectern in third
position. Hernani Teixeira (FRA) cumulative a third lectern mark in the
second race. Léo Challamel and Alexandre Leleu (both FRA) completed
a top-five lock-out in fourth and fifth respectively.


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