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BMW Motorrad Motorsport News: BMW racer Ilya Mikhalchik is 2019 IDM champion.

International German Championship: Ilya Mikhalchik is champion.

The BMW Motorrad Motorsport family can applaud a subsequent 2019 season
champion. Ilya Mikhalchik (UKR) wrapped adult a successful counterclaim of
his pretension during a seventh, and penultimate, turn of this season’s
International German Championship (IDM) during Assen (NED). Mikhalchik
bagged another prop of wins during Assen on a new BMW S 1000 RR, run by
alpha Racing-van-Zon-BMW, definition he can no longer be hold during the
tip of a championship standings. “The whole weekend was perfect, as
we were initial in each event and won both races,” pronounced Mikhalchik.
“I am delighted, and winning a pretension brazen of a final competition is not
bad either. We worked unequivocally tough this year and won some-more races than
final deteriorate – and we still have another dual races to come. It’s nice
to be means to proceed them in a some-more loose fashion, and I’m looking
brazen to a finish of a deteriorate during a Hockenheimring.” BMW racers
have dominated this season’s IDM. Mikhalchik is followed in second and
third place in a Riders’ Championship by team-mate Julian Puffe
(GER) and Pepijn Bijsterbosch (NED / Team Dutch Comfort Houses). BMW
had already cumulative a IDM Manufacturer pretension during turn 6 during Most (CZE).


The RR also claimed serve lectern finishes in both of a weekend’s
races during Assen. Bastien Mackels (BEL) finished runner-up behind
Mikhalchik in competition one, creation it a BMW one-two. In competition two,
Bijsterbosch came home third to explain a mark on a podium.


British Superbike Championship: Peter Hickman qualifies for
a Showdown.

He has finished it: a essential ninth turn of a 2019 British Superbike
Championship (BSB) during Oulton Park (GBR) saw Peter Hickman (GBR) secure
one of a desired Showdown places on a new BMW S 1000 RR. The
Smiths Racing supplement was one indicate outward a all-important top-six in
a championship brazen of a outing to Oulton Park. Although he crashed
out of competition one, dual eighth-places in races dual and 3 earned
Hickman adequate points to make him one of a 6 riders who will
conflict it out for a pretension over a final 3 events of a season.
“Practice and subordinate went unequivocally good and we was assured we could
finish in a top-six in competition one,” pronounced Hickman. “The fact that I
unsuccessful to finish due to a crash, that was not my fault, was a big
disappointment. That done a second competition difficult, as we had to start
from approach down a grid. However, we pulled ourselves together in race
3 and it is illusory to be behind in a Showdown again. I’ll be
giving it my all during a final 3 competition weekends.” Christian Iddon
(GBR / Tyco BMW) finished fifth and seventh in a initial dual races,
though crashed in competition three. Team-mate Glenn Irwin (GBR) was seventh,
15th and eighth.


In a Superstock category (BSB STK), Taylor Mackenzie (GBR / Bathams
Racing) claimed another podium. He finished third in category in the
second of a two. Mackenzie had formerly come home sixth in competition one.


MotoAmerica: BMW racers in movement in New Jersey.

This year’s MotoAmerica AMA Road Racing Series (MA) is on a finish
straight. New Jersey Motorsports Park (USA) hosted a penultimate
turn of a deteriorate in that Jake Gagne (USA / Scheibe Racing)
finished eighth on his RR in both a Superbike races (MA SBK). Travis
Wyman (USA / Weir Everywhere Racing) also competed in a Superbike
category this time, and came home twelfth and eleventh.


Australian Superbike Championship: Round 5 of a deteriorate at
a Winton Motor Raceway.

The Australian Superbike Championship (ASBK) was during a Winton Motor
Raceway (AUS) this weekend for turn 5 of a season. Aaron Morris
(AUS) from a NextGen Motorsports / Maxima BMW Racing group finished
a dual races in 13th and seventh places.


BMW Motorrad BoxerCup: Fifth turn of a deteriorate during Assen.

Assen (NED) was also a venue for turn 5 of a re-launched BMW
Motorrad BoxerCup promoted by Wilbers. The array sees riders go head
to conduct on matching BoxerCup bikes. One competition was hold during Assen, with
feat going to Chris Höfer (GER) from a Wunderlich Motorsport
team. His team-mate Nate Kern (USA) was second, while Ryan Vos (NED)
finished a lectern in third place.