British Superbike Championship: Superstock win for BMW racer
Last weekend, a fourth turn of a British Superbike Championship
(BSB) deteriorate took place on a Grand Prix circuit during Brands Hatch
(GBR). In a Superbike category (BSB SBK), Peter Hickman (GBR / Smiths
Racing) available his best outcome of a deteriorate so distant on a new BMW S
1000 RR. He claimed fifth place in a initial of a dual races. He was
followed by a dual Tyco BMW Motorrad riders Keith Farmer (GBR) and
Christian Iddon (GBR) in sixth and seventh positions. In competition two,
Iddon crossed a line in sixth place, directly forward of Hickman and
Farmer in seventh and eighth.
In a Superstock category (BSB STK), BMW racer Taylor Mackenzie (GBR /
Bathams Racing) distinguished his initial win of a season. He triumphed
in Sunday’s competition on his RR, channel a line a full 6 seconds ahead
of a margin after 16 laps in damp fanciful conditions. On Saturday,
Mackenzie had finished third to strech a lectern in both tools of the
marathon race. These formula authorised Mackenzie to pierce adult to second
place in a championship standings. Alex Olsen (GBR / Team IMR)
finished a initial partial of Saturday’s competition in fourth position.
However, he late early from a second partial of a marathon race,
and again on Sunday. Olsen is now third in a championship standings,
International Road Racing Championship: Davey Todd extends
The second eventuality of a 2019 International Road Racing Championship
(IRRC) deteriorate took place in Imatra, Finland. Davey Todd (GBR) from the
WEPOL Racing group extended his winning streak. As during a Hengelo (NED)
season-opener, Todd won both races with his BMW S 1000 RR and extended
his lead in a championship standings. Erno Kostamo (FIN / 38
Motorsport) finished third to strech a lectern in both races. Marek
Červený (CZE / WEPOL Racing) crossed a line in fifth and fourth
positions. Didier Grams (GER / G G Motorsport by BMW Motorrad)
cumulative tenth and fifth-place finishes. Sadly, a weekend in Imatra
was overshadowed by a comfortless accident; in Saturday’s Superbike race,
a Swiss Yamaha supplement Mathias Gnägi suffered a deadly accident. The
BMW Motorrad Motorsport village would like to demonstrate deepest
condolences to his family, his friends and his team.
Malaysia Superbike Championship: BMW S 1000 RR dominates season-opener.
The 2019 Malaysia Superbike Championship (MSC) deteriorate started during the
Sepang International Circuit, nearby Kuala Lumpur (MAS). The BMW S 1000
RR dominated a season-opener. Four BMW racers were competing and
cumulative a top-four lock-out in all 3 races. Victory in competition one
went to reigning champion Muhammad Farid Badrul Hisham (MAS / Horizon
Racing Team). Second place went to Muhammad Zulfahmi Khairuddin (MAS /
SIC Junior ZK Racing). They substituted places in a second competition as
Khairuddin emerged winning and Badrul Hisham finished second. In
a third and final race, it was once again Badrul Hisham who topped
a soap-box as winner. As in a initial race, Khairuddin finished
second. Amirul Hafig Azmi (MAS / ONEXOX TKKR SAG Racing Team) secured
a third lectern mark in all 3 races. Joe Sharul (MAS / BMW)
finished a top-four lock-out any time. In addition, Sharul was
personal initial in a Superstock class.
South African Superbike Championship: dual podiums for Lance Isaacs
The fourth competition eventuality of a South African Superbike Championship
(RSA SBK) deteriorate took place during a weekend during Aldo Scribante, South
Africa. BMW racer Lance Isaacs (RSA) from a LIR / Supabets Gaming
Group group enjoyed a successful day of racing on Saturday. He finished
second with his BMW S 1000 RR and reached a lectern in both races.
This authorised him to explain altogether feat in a daily standings. “The
initial competition was unequivocally interesting,” reports Isaacs. “The conditions
were intensely bad and we had a few moments when we scarcely fell. That’s
because we motionless not to take too many risks. The second competition was great.
Our gait was good adequate for a win, a bike only felt illusory and
we had a good duel with Clint Sellers. we only done a few mistakes on
a final dual laps. we am satisfied, as we can conduct home carrying scored
some critical points. we can’t appreciate a group adequate for environment adult an
positively shining bike for me.” The fifth competition of a deteriorate takes
place on 27th Jul during Zwartkops (RSA).
MotoAmerica: fourth competition of a deteriorate during Utah Motorsports
BMW racers in a MotoAmerica AMA Road Racing Series (MA) were in
movement final weekend during Utah Motorsports Park (USA). It was a fourth
eventuality of a season. Jack Gagne (USA / Scheibe Racing) finished in
seventh place in a dual Superbike category (MA SBK) races. Travis Wyman
(USA / Weir Everywhere Racing) crossed a line in fourth place in the
Superstock category (MA STK) race.