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BMW Motorrad Motorsport News: BMW racers browbeat a International Road Racing Championship season-opener.

International Road Racing Championship: BMW racers widespread in season-opener.

BMW racers have done a ideal start to a 2019 deteriorate in the
International Road Racing Championship. They claimed a top-five and a
top-four lock-out for a BMW S 1000 RR in a initial dual races of the
year during Hengelo (NED). On both occasions, Davey Todd (GBR) surfaced the
lectern after winning with his WEPOL Racing group RR. He also recorded
a fastest path time in both races. In competition one, Todd’s team-mate
Marek Červený (CZE) and Erno Kostamo (FIN / 38 Motorsport) completed
a lectern in second and third places respectively. BMW riders Didier
Grams (GER / G G Motorsport by BMW Motorrad) and Daley Mathison
(GBR / WEPOL Racing) followed in fourth and fifth. A sum of eight
BMW riders finished in a tip ten. In competition two, Grams cumulative second
place on a lectern and Kostamo finished third again. Červený crossed
a line in fourth. This time, a sum of 7 RR riders reached the
tip ten.


FIM Endurance World Championship: GERT56 by GS YUASA defends lead.

The Slovakia Ring nearby Bratislava (SVK) hosted a third turn of the
2018/19 deteriorate in a FIM Endurance World Championship (FIM EWC). The
8-hour competition on Saturday took place underneath infrequently fanciful and
upsetting continue conditions. The best-placed BMW group was GERT56 by
GS YUASA: Stefan Kerschbaumer (AUT), Lucy Glöckner (GER) and Pepijn
Bijsterbosch (NED) cumulative 11th place altogether on a #56
BMW S 1000 RR, and fifth place in a Superstock class, a FIM
Endurance World Cup. This ensured that a group shielded a lead in
a World Cup standings. Team LRP Poland (#90 BMW S 1000 RR) with
Arnaud Friedrich (GER), Bartlomiej Lewandowski (POL) and Dominik
Vincon (GER) claimed 16th place altogether and ninth place in
a EWC standings. The ERC-BMW Motorrad Endurance Team and Fany Gastro
BMW Motorrad by MERCURY RACING late early.


South African Superbike Championship: Podium for Lance Isaacs.

The third competition eventuality of a South African Superbike Championship (RSA
SBK) deteriorate took place during a weekend during Killarney, South Africa. BMW
racer Lance Isaacs (RSA) from a LIR / Supabets Gaming Group team
claimed another lectern finish. Isaacs finished a initial of a two
races in third place. He finished fourth in a second race, missing
out on a lectern by only two-tenths of a second.