Ulster Grand Prix: Record winning run for Peter Hickman.
One male was unbeatable during this year’s Ulster Grand Prix in Northern
Ireland: BMW highway racer Peter Hickman (GBR). He won all 4 races in
a 1,000cc category on a Smiths Racing team’s BMW S 1000 RR, and was
also winning in a 3 600cc Supersport races he rode in. Seven
wins from 7 races is a new record during a prestigious event.
Hickman also set a new record in terms of perfect speed. During his
feat in a initial Superbike competition on Thursday, he and a RR set a
new path record for a Dundrod Circuit, with an normal speed of
136.415 mph (219.539 km/h). He afterwards went on to win a Superstock race
and a dual Superbike races in a 1,000cc category on Saturday.
“It’s been an overwhelming week and a group have been phenomenal. The
bikes have been faultless, and we can’t appreciate them adequate for what they
do for me,” pronounced Hickman. “They’ve built some overwhelming bikes and
nonetheless we try to win each race, to have indeed achieved that is
something we never unequivocally suspicion I’d do. It’s only been a glorious week
and to emanate story like we have is covenant to everybody during Smiths Racing.”
Davey Todd (GBR) from a Penz13.com group also claimed a podium
finish. He finished runner-up behind Peter Hickman on his RR in the
Superstock competition on Saturday. Todd also took dual fifth places and a
fourth in a Superbike races. Lee Johnston (GBR / Ashcourt Racing)
left Northern Ireland with 3 fourth places to his name. Michael
Sweeney (GBR / MJR Racing) also had 3 top-ten results, with one
ninth and dual seventh places. The same was loyal of Brian McCormack
(GBR / On-1 Racing), who finished tenth twice and eighth once. Despite
being injured, Michael Dunlop (GBR / MD Racing / Tyco BMW) did appear
in Saturday’s Superstock race, in that he finished eighth. The races
in a 1000cc category were personal as partial of a BMW Road Race
Challenge for a BMW Motorrad Race Trophy.
Canadian Superbike Championship: BMW racer Ben Young is
champion in Canada.
The BMW Motorrad Motorsport family can applaud a initial pretension of
a 2019 deteriorate as Ben Young (CAN / Ben Young Racing) was crowned
champion for a initial time in a Canadian Superbike Championship
(CSBK) during a weekend. Canadian Tire Motorsport Park (CAN) hosted the
final dual races of a season, and Young was already reliable as
champion by a finish of Saturday’s opening race. Third place was enough
to secure a title. Victory in competition one went to associate BMW racer
Samuel Trepanier (CAN / Blysk Racing) – his lass CSBK win. Trepanier
afterwards came home second in competition two, with champion Young finishing fourth.
“It is an implausible feeling. we can’t put it into words,” pronounced the
newly-crowned champion. “I am sanctified to accept so most support from
both BMW and a team, as good as a fans. This pretension is for them.” A
gay Trepanier pronounced after his lass victory: “My group works so
hard, so we would like to dedicate this initial win – hopefully a first
of many – to them.”
Also in movement during Canadian Tire Motorsport Park was a new BMW S
1000 RR, that was creation a CSBK debut. The new Superbike was ridden
by former CSBK supplement Alex Welsh (CAN), who finished sixth and fifth.
Jeff Williams (CAN) was seventh and ninth.
International German Championship: Brace of wins for Ilya
Mikhalchik during Most.
The International German Championship (IDM) was during Most, in a Czech
Republic, for a sixth eventuality of a season. The male of a weekend
was Ilya Mikhalchik (UKR) from a alpha Racing-van-Zon-BMW team, who
bagged a prop of victories. He won both races on his BMW S 1000 RR
and also set a fastest path both times. Race dual constructed a one-two
for BMW racers when leader Mikhalchik was followed over a finish
line by Pepijn Bijsterbosch (NED / Team Dutch Comfort Houses) in
second place. Bijsterbosch narrowly missed out on a lectern in race
one, finishing fourth. Stefan Kerschbaumer (AUT) stood in for Jan Mohr
(AUT) on a BCC Racing Team’s RR during Most. Kerschbaumer came home
fifth in both races. Jan Bühn (GER / EGS Moto Racing) finished sixth
to explain a top-ten finish in competition one. Julian Puffe (GER / alpha
Racing-van-Zon-BMW) unsuccessful to finish both races. Mikhalchik’s success
sees him pierce to a tip of a championship standings, with Puffe
second and Bijsterbosch third.
Asia Road Racing Championship: Podium for a RR during Zhuhai.
The Asia Road Race Championship (ARRC) hold a fifth eventuality of the
2019 deteriorate during Zhuhai. Azlan Shah Kamaruzaman (MAS) claimed another
lectern finish on his BMW S 1000 RR, run by a Onexox TKKR SAG Team:
He finished runner-up in a second of a dual races, carrying unsuccessful to
finish a opening race.
MotoAmerica: BMW racers in movement during Sonoma.
The MotoAmerica AMA Road Racing Series (MA) was during Sonoma (USA) for
turn 6 of a season. Jake Gagne (USA / Scheibe Racing) finished
fifth and sixth in a dual Superbike races (MA SBK). Jeremy Coffey
(USA / Superbike Underground) unsuccessful to finish a opening race,
before entrance home ninth in competition two. In a Superstock competition (MA STK),
Travis Wyman (USA / Weir Everywhere Racing) crossed a finish line in
BMW Motorrad BoxerCup: Fourth turn of a deteriorate during Most.
The Czech city of Most also hosted turn 4 of a deteriorate in the
new BMW Motorrad BoxerCup promoted by Wilbers. The riders competition on
matching BoxerCup bikes in this series. Victory in competition one went to
Nate Kern (USA) from a Wunderlich Motorsport team. Harald Kitsch
(GER) was runner-up, forward of Marvin Jürgens (GER / Team Motorsport
Burgdorf) in third place. Race dual was won by Kern’s team-mate Chris
Höfer (GER). Kern finished second, with Jürgens again third.