British Superbike Championship: BMW racers suffer success during Thruxton.
Peter Hickman (GBR) claimed a initial lectern for a new BMW S 1000
RR in a British Superbike Championship (BSB SBK) superbike class.
The BMW supplement from a Smiths Racing Team finished third in a second
of a dual races during Thruxton (GBR), where a racers contested round
7 of a season. Hickman was in row during a front of the
margin for most of a fiercely-competitive opening race, and actually
led for a period. In a end, he came home fifth, only one second
behind a winner. Race dual was reduced to 8 laps following a
series of red flags. After several stirring battles, Hickman ended
a sparkling scurry in third place to explain a mark on a podium. “We
were quick all weekend, right from a initial use session. It is
good to finish a weekend with a podium, as we have all warranted it,” pronounced Hickman.
Tyco BMW Motorrad team’s Christian Iddon (GBR) was also among the
front-runners in a opening race, though forsaken behind to 17th
in a shutting stages. Iddon bounced behind to finish sixth in competition two.
His new team-mate during Tyco BMW until a finish of a deteriorate is Glenn
Irwin (GBR), who done his entrance on a RR during Thruxton. He came home
eleventh in competition one and unsuccessful to finish competition two.
In a Superstock competition (BSB STK), BMW supplement Taylor Mackenzie (GBR /
Bathams Racing) claimed his fourth win of a season. Alex Olsen (GBR
/ Team IMR) finished fifth while Andrew Reid (GBR / Tyco BMW) was eighth.