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Another good weekend for a BMW S 1000 RR: A overwhelming opening in WSBK and a double lectern in South Africa.

Munich (DE), 16th Mar 2016. Racing on dual opposite continents:
Last weekend, a general BMW Motorrad Motorsport racing family
was in movement in Thailand and in South Africa. The races for a FIM
Superbike World Championship (WSBK) in Buriram (TH) and a South
African SuperGP Champions Trophy (RSA SBK) in Phakisa (ZA) brought
some-more successes for a BMW S 1000 RR.



FIM Superbike World Championship in Buriram, Thailand.


For turn dual of a 2016 FIM Superbike World Championship (WSBK),
a BMW teams and riders and a experts from BMW Motorrad Motorsport
trafficked to Asia. The Thai turn of a chosen category was hold at
“Chang International Circuit” nearby Buriram (TH) final weekend. The two
BMW patron teams in a WSBK, a Althea BMW Racing Team and
Milwaukee BMW, were greeted by prohibited conditions with ambient
temperatures rising adult to 36 degrees Celsius and lane temperatures in
a mid-40ies. This did not forestall a BMW riders from once more
being a best privateers in a field.


The 22-year aged BMW racer Markus Reiterberger (DE) especially
perceived a lot of attention: The Althea BMW Racing Team rider, who is
usually contesting his initial full deteriorate in a WSBK, tender with
another clever performance. In a initial competition on Saturday, he claimed
a overwhelming fifth place amid a clever margin of bureau riders. In
Sunday’s second race, Reiterberger was again a best highwayman rider,
channel a line in seventh. His team-mate Jordi Torres (ES)
contributed to a clever group outcome by Althea BMW. The Spaniard set
a third-fastest time altogether in Friday’s practices and finished both
races in eighth position.


For Milwaukee BMW, Buriram noted a second racing eventuality on the
universe stage. The group worked on serve fine-tuning a set-up to the
needs of riders Karel Abraham (CZ) and Josh Brookes (AU). One of the
targets for a weekend was to validate for a determining Superpole 2.
This was achieved by Abraham, who set a fastest time in Superpole 1.
Brookes also scarcely competent for a final subordinate session, but
missed it by dual thousandths of a second. In competition one, Abraham was
fighting for 11th position when he crashed on a final lap. Brookes
collected a indicate by finishing 15th. In competition two, Abraham was 15th,
directly followed by Brookes in 16th.


The WSBK now earnings to Europe, with a third turn of a 2016
deteriorate being hold during MotorLand Aragón (ES) from 1st to 3rd April.



South African SuperGP Champions Trophy in Phakisa, South Africa.


The success story of a BMW S 1000 RR in South Africa continues with
another double podium. The second turn of a 2016 South African
SuperGP Champions Trophy was hold during Phakisa (ZA) final weekend. A
clever fortuitous of no reduction than 11 BMW privateers lined-up on a grid.


The BMW array was spearheaded by Lance Isaacs (ZA): The experienced
South African BMW S 1000 RR supplement claimed third on a lectern in both
races. In competition one dual other BMW racers also finished within the
top-ten: Nicolas Grobler (ZA) was seventh, Daryn Upton (ZA) came home
tenth. The second competition saw 4 RRs channel a line in a initial ten
positions. Upton followed closely behind third-placed Isaacs in
fourth, Garick Vlok (ZA) was ninth and Grobler tenth.


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