FIM Endurance World Championship: First place in the
Superstock difficulty for a BMW S 1000 RR during a Suzuka finale.
The Suzuka 8 Hours continuation competition brought a 2018/19 deteriorate of the
FIM Endurance World Championship (FIM EWC) to a tighten for a BMW
teams. This is a many critical competition of a year for a Japanese
manufacturers – accordingly, they fielded works teams strengthened by
general tip riders.
The best-placed BMW group in a clever margin was TONE RT SYNCEDGE
4413. The Japanese group finished in 14th place in the
altogether standings and also finished initial in a Superstock category.
The #80 BMW S 1000 RR was ridden by Tomoya Hoshino, Kokoro Atsumi and
Takeshi Ishizuka (all JPN). The #6 RR of ERC-BMW Motorrad Endurance,
unchanging starters in a EWC class, crossed a finish line in
16th place. The 3 Frenchmen Kenny Foray, Julien Da
Costa and Mathieu Gines common a saddle. Koji Teramoto (JPN) and
Pedro Vallcaneras (ESP) finished a competition with a #52 BMW S 1000 RR of
[email protected] Racing in 23rd place altogether and third
place in a Superstock class.
International Road Racing Championship: Davey Todd extends
championship lead with double win.
BMW racers were also widespread in Chimay, Belgium during a third round
of a International Road Racing Championship (IRRC) season. They
cumulative top-three and top-four lockouts for a BMW S 1000 RR in the
dual races. Davey Todd (GBR / WEPOL Racing) headed adult a margin of
successful BMW riders. He took feat in both races and this double
win saw him serve extend his lead in a championship. Didier Grams
(GER / G G Motorsport by BMW Motorrad) finished in second place
in both races. In competition one, it was Marek Červený (CZE / WEPOL Racing)
who finished a lectern in third, while in competition dual it was Erno
Kostamo (FIN / 38 Motorsport) who claimed third place, with Červený
finishing in fourth.
International German Championship: BMW racers widespread during Schleiz.
The fifth turn of a International German Championship (IDM) season
was hold during a iconic lane nearby Schleiz (GER) – and BMW S 1000 RR
riders also dominated there with a top-four and a top-three lockout.
Once again it was a dual alpha Racing-van-Zon-BMW riders who set the
place. Ilya Mikhalchik (UKR) got a win in both races, while his
team-mate Julian Puffe (GER) finished second in a dual races. In race
one, Jan Bühn (GER / EGS Moto Racing) assimilated them on a lectern in
third place. Pepijn Bijsterbosch (NED) finished a top-four lockout.
In a second race, Bijsterbosch finished in third place behind
Mikhalchik and Puffe. Puffe stays in a lead in a championship,
Mikhalchik trails him by 9 points in second place.
Spanish Superbike Championship: Double lectern for Carmelo Morales.
The fourth turn of a 2019 deteriorate of a Spanish Superbike
Championship (ESBK) was hold during MotorLand Aragón (ESP) during a weekend,
with dual races scheduled for a superbike riders. This time, BMW
racer Carmelo Morales (ESP) and BMW easyRace Team got a double podium
and Morales finished both races in third place on his BMW S 1000 RR.
Italian Superbike Championship: Fourth turn of a deteriorate during Misano.
The fourth turn of a 2019 deteriorate of a Italian Superbike
Championship (CIV) was hold during Misano (ITA) during a weekend. In the
initial of a dual races, Luca Vitali (ITA / DMR Racing) in fourth place
was a best BMW rider. His team-mate Matteo Baiocco (ITA) finished
seventh, with Roberto Tamburini (ITA / Cherry Box 24 Guandalini
Racing) behind him in eighth place. In competition two, Christiano Gamarino
(ITA / Tutapista Corse) in seventh, Vitali in eighth and Lorenzo Lanzi
(ITA / Berclaz Racing Italia) in tenth all cumulative tip 10 positions.
Italian National Trophy 1000: Podium for Michel Fabrizio.
The Italian National Trophy 1000 (IT 1000) was also during Misano (ITA)
for a fourth competition of a season. Seasoned supplement Michel Fabrizio
(ITA) claimed a mark on a podium, finishing in third place on his
BMW S 1000 RR. Remo Castellarin (ITA) finished fifth while Alessio
Velini (ITA) was tenth to also make it into a tip ten.
Malaysia Superbike Championship: BMW S 1000 RR widespread during Sepang.
Like during a deteriorate opener, BMW S 1000 RR riders were also widespread at
a second turn of a Malaysia Superbike Championship (MSBK) at
Sepang (MAS). In a 3 races in sum that were hold over the
weekend, they picked adult dual top-four and one top-three lockouts. Race
one was won by a reigning champion, Farid Badrul (MAS / Horizon
Racing Team). Second place went to Muhammad Zulfahmi Khairuddin (MAS /
SIC Junior ZK Racing). Joe Sharul (MAS / FTA Liqui Moly Racing Team)
dull off a lectern in third place, and Amirul Hafiq Azmi (MAS /
ONEXOX TKKR SAG Racing Team) finished in fourth place. In races two
and three, it was Khairuddin who was a winner, Badrul finished
second and Hafiq Azmi third. Sharul finished in seventh and fourth
place in these races. Sharul also finished in initial place in the
special Superstock sequence in all 3 races.
South African Superbike Championship: Lance Isaacs on the
The South African Superbike Championship (RSA SBK) hold a fourth
competition eventuality of a deteriorate during Zwartkops, South Africa, during a weekend.
The races on Saturday went good for BMW racer Lance Isaacs (RSA) of
Team LIR / Supabets Gaming Group. He finished on a lectern with his
BMW S 1000 RR in both races. In a initial competition he finished second,
while in a second competition he finished in third place.
BMW Motorrad BoxerCup: Third turn of a deteriorate during Schleiz.
The newly launched BMW Motorrad BoxerCup promoted by Wilbers entered
a third turn as partial of a IDM weekend during Schleiz (GER). In this
competition series, a riders contest on matching BoxerCup bikes. Victory
in a initial competition went to Nate Kern (USA) of Team Wunderlich
Motorsport. His team-mate Chris Höfer (GER) finished second and Marvin
Jürgens (GER / Team Motorsport Burgdorf) finished in third place.
Höfer won a second competition forward of Kern, with Jürgens finishing third