Alpe Adria International Motorcycle Championship: Karel Hanika
The 2019 champion in a Alpe Adria International Motorcycle
Championship (AA) also rides a BMW S 1000 RR: Karel Hanika (CZE / Fany
Gastro BMW Motorrad) clinched a pretension in a Superbike category during the
final turn during Most. Hanika brought a screen down on his
championship-winning deteriorate in style, with victories in both races. He
also set a fastest competition path both times. The Czech supplement had already
wrapped adult a pretension after feat in a initial of a dual races on
Saturday. Nico Thöni (AUT / Racing4fun) assimilated Hanika on a lectern in
both races. He was third in competition one, before entrance home second in
competition dual to finish a one-two for a BMW S 1000 RR. Marek Červený
(CZE) also lined adult during Most on his Wepol Racing RR, finishing seventh
and sixth. Miloš Cihak (CZE / BMW Czech) finished sixth and tenth to
explain dual top-ten finishes. Ireneusz Sikora (POL / BMW Sikora
Motorsport) also finished in a tip 10 in both races, in tenth and
International German Motorcycle Championship: Successful end
to deteriorate for champion Ilya Mikhalchik.
The International German Motorcycle Championship (IDM) already knew
a 2019 champion before a finale: Ilya Mikhalchik (UKR) wrapped up
a pretension during a penultimate turn of a deteriorate during Assen (NED).
Champion Mikhalchik brought a deteriorate to a successful tighten at
Hockenheim (GER). The Ukrainian combined to his list of victories in race
one on his BMW S 1000 RR, run by a alpha Racing-van-Zon-BMW team. He
was afterwards runner-up to guest starter Marvin Fritz (GER / Yamaha) in
competition two. He was assimilated on a Hockenheim lectern by Bastien Mackels
(BEL), who was third in a initial of a dual races. At a finish of the
season, 3 BMW racers assigned a tip 3 spots in the
championship standings: Mikhalchik is champion, his team-make Julian
Puffe (GER) finished runner-up, while third place went to Pepijn
Bijsterbosch (NED / Team Dutch Comfort Houses).
FIM European Superstock 1000 Cup: Brace of wins for Michal
Filla during Most.
The FIM European Superstock 1000 Cup (EU STK) was also during Most (CZE)
for a final turn of a season. There was simply no violence one
rider: Michal Filla (CZE). He won both races on his BMW S 1000 RR, run
by BMW Sikora Motorsport, and set a fastest path on both occasions.
Michal Prášek (CZE / Rohac-Fejta Moto Racing) finished fourth and
eighth during a deteriorate finale.
South African Superbike Championship: Podium for Lance Isaacs.
The South African Superbike Championship (RSA SBK) trafficked to
Killarney (RSA) for a seventh and penultimate eventuality of a season.
BMW supplement Lance Isaacs (RSA) from a LIR / Supabets Gaming Group
crashed out in a initial of a dual races. However, Isaacs pushed hard
again in competition dual and was rewarded with another lectern finish, coming
home third on his BMW S 1000 RR.
BMW Motorrad BoxerCup: Chris Höfer is champion.
The pretension competition in a relaunched BMW Motorrad BoxerCup promoted by
Wilbers was motionless during a final turn of a deteriorate during the
Hockenheimring (GER). The 2019 champion is Chris Höfer (GER). The
Wunderlich Motorsport supplement enjoyed a ideal weekend during Hockenheim,
winning both races. His team-mate Nate Kern (USA) was runner-up both
times. Kern also finished second in a Riders’ Championship. Marvin
Jürgens (GER / Team Motorsport Burgdorf) was third in competition one and
came home fourth, behind guest starter Jürgen Fuchs (GER), in race
two. Jürgens finished a deteriorate third in a championship. This series
sees riders go conduct to conduct on matching BoxerCup bikes.