Spanish Superbike Championship: Guest starts for Mikhalchik
and Foray during a finale.
Jerez de la Frontera, in a south of Spain, hosted a final round
of a 2019 Spanish Superbike Championship (RFME CEV). As good as the
unchanging BMW racers in this series, a serve dual BMW S 1000 RR riders
also lined adult in Jerez: Ilya Mikhalchik (UKR) and Kenny Foray (FRA),
team-mates in a BMW Motorrad World Endurance Team. The pair
achieved tyre tests for tyre partner Dunlop during a deteriorate culmination in
Spain. Mikhalchik was a best-placed BMW supplement in both races,
finishing fourth and seventh. Those formula were good adequate to earn
a Ukrainian feat in a Open category both times. Foray was
14th and 12th. “It was some-more of a exam weekend
and we was not unequivocally racing for results,” pronounced Mikhalchik. “The guys
here are flattering quick, though we was means to go with them. In a opening
race, we was using second for a prolonged time and was means to challenge
for a win. We were unequivocally quick, though not discerning adequate to win.
However, a concentration here was some-more on contrast a tyres for the
Endurance World Championship. We were means to get some good
growth work finished and make large swell this weekend. That is very
critical for a subsequent tour in a FIM EWC in Malaysia. we really
enjoyed a weekend and we would be happy to competition again in a Spanish
championship during some time in a future. Maybe I’ll even be means to go
for a win then.”
The deteriorate culmination also began well for fortifying champion Carmelo
Morales (ESP) from BMW easyRace Team, when he cumulative stick position on
his BMW S 1000 RR. However, he crashed during a start of a competition and
was incompetent to float for a rest of a competition weekend. His team-mate
Julio Dominguez (ESP), who competed on a new BMW S 1000 RR, finished
28th and 21st.
Australian Superbike Championship: Season culmination during Sydney
The seventh and final turn of this season’s Australian Superbike
Championship (ASBK) took place during Sydney Motorsport Park (AUS). Glenn
Allerton (AUS) from a NextGen Motorsports / Maxima BMW Racing team
once again enjoyed good formula in both races during a finale, finishing
eighth on both occasions. The group also ran a new BMW S 1000 RR in
a use sessions and collected profitable information with a new
Superbike. The group will now use that information to serve develop
a new RR for a entrance ASBK season.
All Japan Road Race Championship: Final competition of a deteriorate for
a TONE RT SYNCEDGE 4413 team.
The BMW S 1000 RR also contested a final races of a year in Japan
during a weekend. The deteriorate culmination of a 2019 All Japan Road Race
Championship (JP SBK) was hold during Suzuka (JPN). The final turn once
again featured dual races in a Superbike class. BMW supplement Hoshino
Tomoya (JPN / TONE RT SYNCEDGE 4413) finished 18th and 17th.