International Road Racing Championship: Davey Todd celebrates
early pretension win.
The general BMW Motorrad Motorsport village is celebrating
a second pretension win of a 2019 season. A week after Ben Young (CAN)
became champion of a Canadian Superbike Championship (CSBK), Davey
Todd (GBR) was crowned champion in a International Road Racing
Championship (IRRC) before a finish of a season. At a fifth and
penultimate eventuality of a year, in Hořice (CZE), Todd took another
double win with his WEPOL Racing team’s BMW S 1000 RR, that saw him
bind a title. “A double win in Hořice was an overwhelming approach to wrap
adult a pretension with one turn still left to go. It was another big
miracle in an implausible year with a WEPOL Racing team,” pronounced Todd.
The initial competition had to be aborted after 5 laps, and usually half of
a points were awarded for a championship. Todd was personal as
a winner, while his team-mate Marek Červený (CZE) was third. Didier
Grams (GER / G G Motorsport by BMW Motorrad) set a fastest
competition path and was about to get concerned in a conflict for a lead when
a competition was aborted. This saw him personal fourth, forward of Erno
Kostamo (FIN / 38 Motorsport) in fifth place. In a second race, a
tip 10 finish would have been adequate for Todd to secure a pretension but
a Brit had aloft aspirations and won that competition as well. This time
BMW racers claimed all of a tip 4 spots. Grams set a fastest
path once again and finished second, Červený was third with Kostamo
fourth. Kamil Holan (CZE / McRace) finished in seventh place in both races.
British Superbike Championship: Taylor Mackenzie on the
Superstock lectern once again.
The British Superbike Championship (BSB) headed to Cadwell Park (GBR)
for a eighth turn of a season. In a Superbike category races, BMW
S 1000 RR riders came divided with copiousness of points once again. In race
one, Peter Hickman (GBR / Smiths Racing) crossed a finish line in
fifth place, with Christian Iddon (GBR / Tyco BMW) right behind him in
sixth place. Glenn Irwin (GBR / Tyco BMW) finished eighth. In the
second race, Iddon in fourth was a best BMW rider, only 0.3 seconds
behind him, Hickman was a fifth supplement to see a checkered flag, and
Irwin finished in sixth place.
In a Superstock category (BSB STK) race, Taylor Mackenzie (GBR)
finished on a lectern once again. He finished in second place with
his Bathams Racing team’s RR.
All Japan Road Race Championship: Fifth turn of a deteriorate during Motegi.
Motegi in Japan hosted a fifth turn of a All Japan Road Race
Championship (JP SBK) 2019 season. In a Superbike category race, BMW
supplement Hoshino Tomoya (JPN / TONE RT SYNCEDGE 4413) finished in