British Superbike Championship: Grand culmination during Brands Hatch.
The 2019 deteriorate of a British Superbike Championship (BSB) drew to a
tighten with a grand culmination on a Grand Prix Circuit during Brands Hatch
(GBR). The final weekend featured 3 races and BMW S 1000 RR riders
again enjoyed good results. Christian Iddon (GBR) was in contention
for a mark on a lectern on his Tyco BMW Motorrad RR in all three
races. He came home fourth in competition one, only 0.778 seconds behind
third-placed Scott Redding (GBR / Ducati), who went on to take the
title. Iddon afterwards finished fifth in competition dual and fourth again in the
third and final race. Peter Hickman (GBR) was seventh, eighth and
fifth on a Smiths Racing RR. Taylor Mackenzie (GBR / Tyco BMW
Motorrad), who has done a step adult from Superstock to a Superbike
class, finished tenth in a initial dual races and eleventh in race
three. Alex Olsen (GBR / Smiths Racing), who has also recently moved
from Superstock to Superbike, finished a weekend with three
13th places to his name.
The best-placed BMW racer in a final Riders’ Championship is
Hickman, who had competent for one of a desired places in a title
Showdown. Hickman eventually finished a deteriorate in sixth place. Iddon
cumulative seventh place altogether during a finale, creation him a ‘Rider’s
Cup Champion’ – a pretension for a best-placed supplement outward a Showdown.
In a Superstock race, Daniel Cooper (GBR / Impcross Engineering
Racing) was a best-placed BMW racer in ninth. Michael Rutter (GBR /
Bathams Racing) came home twelfth. Andrew Reid (GBR / Tyco BMW
Motorrad) and Rob McNealy (GBR / McNealy Brown) also picked adult points
in 13th and 14th place respectively. As the
pretension competition had already been decided, Taylor Mackenzie did not compete
in a Superstock competition this time, instead opting to concentration on the
Superbike class. Despite that, he still finished runner-up in the
final Riders’ Championship. Alex Olsen, who also motionless not to
contest in a Superstock race, finished a deteriorate in fifth place,
creation him a second-best BMW racer in a championship.
SuperBike Brazil: Two podiums for Alex Barros during Goiânia.
Alex Barros (BRA) continues to pledge podiums in SuperBike Brazil
(BR SBK). Last weekend, Goiânia (BRA) hosted a seventh of this
season’s 9 events, and Barros finished on a lectern in both races
on his BMW S 1000 RR, run by Alex Barros Racing. The gifted rider
came home third in a opening competition and was runner-up in competition two.