International German Championship: Top-four lock-out for BMW
racers during Zolder.
The International German Championship (IDM) hold a third eventuality of
a deteriorate during Zolder, Belgium – and a BMW S 1000 RR riders dominated
record with a top-four lock-out. The Zolder competition weekend was the
alpha Racing-Van-Zon-BMW group home event, and it was their dual riders,
Ilya Mikhalchik (UKR) and Julian Puffe (GER), who spearheaded BMW’s
dominance. Mikhalchik cumulative stick position in subordinate on Saturday
with an advantage of usually 0.023 seconds over his team-mate Puffe. They
were a categorical players again in Sunday’s opening competition when a dual were
inextricable in a hard-fought conflict for a lead, with Mikhalchik
eventually rising jubilant to take his third win of a season.
Puffe finished runner-up, usually over a second behind. The third mark on
a lectern went to guest starter Dominik Vincon (GER / EGS Moto
Racing). Pepjin Bijsterbosch (NED) finished a top-four lock-out of
BMW riders. Jan Mohr (AUT) and Marc Neumann (GER) came home eighth and
ninth. Sunday’s second competition was cancelled due to oil on a track.
Mikhalchik now leads a championship with 95 points, usually one point
forward of Puffe in second.
French Superbike Championship: Kenny Foray claims his third
win of a season.
It was another successful tour for a Tecmas Racing group during round
4 of this season’s French Superbike Championship (FSBK) during Pau
(FRA). Reigning champion Kenny Foray (FRA) was in row on his
BMW S 1000 RR in competition one, though narrowly missed out on a competition win by
usually 0.246 seconds, channel a line in second place. Team-mate
Mathieu Gines (FRA) took a third mark on a podium. As competition winner
Xavier Simeon (BEL) did not accept any points as a wildcard starter,
Foray and Gines picked adult a points on offer for initial and second
place. In competition two, Foray had a tip palm in a conflict with Simeon
and claimed his third win of a season. Gines endured a difficult
competition and eventually came home 18th. The dual Tecmas riders lead the
championship; Gines is still tip of a altogether standings (150 points)
forward of Foray (142 points) in second.
French European Bikes Championship: Podium for Jonathan Germany.
The French European Bikes Championship (FR EU) was also during Pau (FRA)
for a fourth competition weekend of a season. BMW racer Jonathan Germany
(FRA / Team MDS) claimed a mark on a lectern in competition two, crossing
a finish line in second place. Germany had formerly finished fifth
in competition one. Alexandre Leleu (FRA) also finished both races in a top
five, finishing fourth and fifth. Léo Challamel (FRA / TCP Racing)
came home ninth and fourth, while Jeremy Herault (FRA) was eighth in
Canadian Superbike Championship: Ben Young on a podium.
St. Eustache in Canada hosted turn 3 of this season’s Canadian
Superbike Championship (CSBK) during a weekend. The competition grown into
a genuine thriller. After 22 laps, BMW racer Ben Young (CAN / Ben Young
Racing) finished second – usually 0.150 seconds behind a leader – to
explain a mark on a podium. Samuel Trepanier (CAN / Blysk Racing) was
fourth. Michael Leon (CAN) came home sixth, forward of Jeff Williams
(CAN) in eighth place. Three races into a season, Young has dual wins
and a second place to his name and leads a championship with 157
points and a domain of 18 points.
BMW Motorrad BoxerCup: Arie Vos wins during Zolder.
Round dual of a new BMW Motorrad BoxerCup promoted by Wilbers took
place during Zolder, Belgium, as partial of a support programme for the
IDM. 16 riders started on matching BoxerCup bikes. As in a IDM, it
was usually probable to run one of a dual scheduled races due to the
unwashed track. Victory went to a Netherlands’ Arie Vos, forward of Bram
Lambrecht (BEL). Chris Höfer (GER) from a Wunderlich Motorsport team
finished a podium. The subsequent turn of a BMW Motorrad BoxerCup
takes place from 26th to 28th Jul during Schleiz (GER).