British Superbike Championship: Turbulent competition weekend at
The British Superbike Championship (BSB) headed to Donington Park
(GBR) for a penultimate eventuality of a season, where BMW racers
gifted a violent weekend. In a initial of a twin Superbike
category (BSB SBK) races, Peter Hickman (GBR) usually only missed out on the
podium, finishing in fourth place with his Smiths Racing BMW S 1000
RR, however he late from a second competition due to a damaged chain.
Christian Iddon (GBR / Tyco BMW) finished in a tip 6 in both
races, channel a finish line in sixth and fifth places. Alex Olsen
(GBR), also representing Smiths Racing, finished in 16th
and 13th. Joe Francis (GBR / Lloyd Jones Bowker BMW
Motorrad) was in 14th and 16th places when he
saw a checkered flag.
Taylor Mackenzie (GBR) took on a twin purpose during Donington Park. In the
Superbike category he rode for a Tyco BMW team, while in a Superstock
category (BSB STK) he was in movement for Bathams Racing as usual.
Mackenzie was convincing with quick times in a Superbike sessions.
However, while heading a Superstock competition on Sunday morning, he had a
complicated tumble on a damp track. Together with Tyco BMW, a preference was
done that he would no longer competition a races that followed. The best
BMW supplement in a Superstock competition was Barry Teasdale (GBR / TwoTwoFour
Racing) in eleventh.
Italian Superbike Championship: Season culmination during Vallelunga.
The Italian Superbike Championship (CIV) hold a 2019 deteriorate finale
during Vallelunga (ITA) during a weekend. Two races were a sequence of the
day again for a final competition weekend of a year. In competition one, Andrea
Mantovani (ITA / Tutapista Corse) in fourth place was a best-ranked
BMW rider. Luca Vitali (ITA /DMR Racing) finished sixth forward of
Lorenzo Lanzi (ITA / Berclaz Racing Italia) in seventh place. Matteo
Baiocco (ITA / DMR Racing) in ninth also done it into a tip ten. In
competition two, Vitali finished in fifth forward of Lanzi in sixth place.
Baiocco and Mantovani followed in eighth and ninth places.
Italian National Trophy 1000: Podium for Michel Fabrizio.
The 2019 deteriorate of a Italian National Trophy 1000 (IT 1000) ended
with another lectern for a BMW S 1000 RR. At a culmination during Vallelunga
(ITA), Michel Fabrizio (ITA) cumulative second place on a lectern in the
race. Francesco Cocco (ITA) crossed a finish line in sixth place
with Alessio Velini (ITA) right behind him in seventh place.
Spanish Superbike Championship: Difficult weekend during Navarra.
The Spanish Superbike Championship (ESBK) hold a penultimate event
of a 2019 deteriorate during Navarra (ESP). It was a formidable weekend for
a BMW racers. Carmelo Morales (ESP / BMW easyRace Team) finished the
competition in seventh place. Christopher Gobbi (ITA / Xctech) in
15th place also picked adult a point.
Australian Superbike Championship: Sixth turn of a season
on Phillip Island.
“Philipp Island Circuit”, in a lifelike plcae to a southeast
of Melbourne (AUS), hosted a sixth and penultimate turn of the
Australian Superbike Championship (ASBK) season. The best-ranked BMW
supplement was Glenn Allerton (AUS) of NextGen Motorsports / Maxima BMW
Racing. He finished a twin races in tenth and sixth places. His
team-mate Aaron Morris (AUS) late from competition one, and crossed the
finish line in eleventh place in a second race. Dean Hasler (AUS /
Beerwah Bikeworks / Pinot Noir Accomodations) available a
15th and a twelfth place.
All Japan Road Race Championship: BMW S 1000 RR in movement during Autopolis.
The penultimate turn of a 2019 deteriorate of a All Japan Road Race
Championship (JP SBK) was hold during Autopolis (JPN). There were two
Superbike category races in this round. BMW supplement Hoshino Tomoya (JPN /
TONE RT SYNCEDGE 4413) finished in 17th in both races.