International Road Racing Championship: Successes for a BMW
races during a Frohburg finale.
The International Road Racing Championship (IRRC) pretension had already
been motionless during a penultimate turn of a deteriorate in Hořice (CZE):
Davey Todd (GBR) was crowned champion on a Wepol Racing BMW S 1000
RR. It was afterwards time for a culmination in Frohburg (GER) – with a win and
some-more podiums for a BMW racers. In competition one, Didier Grams (GER / G
G Motorsport by BMW Motorrad) rode into second place, Marek
Červený (CZE / Wepol Racing Team) finished third and also set the
fastest competition lap. Erno Kostamo (FIN / 38 Motorsport) followed in
fourth place. Champion Todd late from a race. In a fiercely
contested second race, Grams distinguished victory, Červený finished
second to bind a BMW one-two result. Todd crossed a finish line in
fourth place. In a final championship standings, a tip 4 spots
are assigned by BMW riders: Todd is champion forward of Grams in second
place, Červený in third place and Kostamo in fourth place overall.
British Superbike Championship: Round during Assen.
For a tenth of twelve rounds of a season, a initial in the
Showdown, a British Superbike Championship (BSB) headed to Assen in
a Netherlands during a weekend. Peter Hickman (GBR), on a Smiths
Racing BMW S 1000 RR and one of a Showdown competitors, finished in
8 place in both races. His team-mate Alex Olsen (GBR) finished in
16th place twice. The Tyco BMW group had a formidable weekend
during Assen. Glenn Irwin (GBR) late in a initial competition and crossed the
finish line in 15th place in a second race. Team-mate
Christian Iddon (GBR) late from both races.
Italian Superbike Championship: Podium for Andrea Montovani.
In a Italian Superbike Championship (CIV), a Mugello (ITA)
weekend noted a fifth and penultimate eventuality of a 2019 deteriorate with
a BMW S 1000 RR finishing on a podium. In competition two, Andrea
Mantovani (ITA / Tutapista Corse) bagged third place on a podium
following his retirement from competition one. Luca Vitali (ITA / DMR Racing)
finished in fifth and eighth place in a dual races. Lorenzo Lanzi
(ITA / Berclaz Racing Italia) also had dual top-ten results, finishing
eighth and fourth.
Italian National Trophy 1000: Lorenzo Lanzi wins during Mugello.
In further to a Italian Superbike Championship (CIV), Lorenzo
Lanzi (ITA / Berclaz Racing Italia) also contested a Italian
National Trophy 1000 (IT 1000) during Mugello (ITA) with success, winning
a initial of a dual races. In further to a victory, he also set
a fastest competition path with his BMW S 1000 RR. In competition two, in that wet
conditions prevailed and countless riders retired, Lanzi was once again
a best BMW supplement finishing fourth.
Asia Road Racing Championship: Double win for a RR during Sepang.
At a sixth and penultimate turn of a Asia Road Race Championship
(ARRC) deteriorate during Sepang (MAS), a BMW S 1000 RR took a double win.
Azlan Shah Kamaruzaman (MAS) gave his Onexox TKKR SAG group reason to
applaud in both races and crossed a finish line as a commanding
personality twice. This sees him keep a competition for a pretension open as he
heads into a culmination in second place altogether with a necessity of just
19 points to personality Broc Parkes (AUS / Yamaha). His team-mate Ali
Adriansyah Rusmiputro (INA) finished a dual races in ninth and tenth
places. Sharulnizam Ramli (MAS / FTA Liqui Moly Racing Team) recorded
tenth and twelfth places.
SuperBike Brasil: Alex Barros on a lectern during Goiânia.
The SuperBike Brasil (BR SBK) stopped off during Goiânia (BRA) for its
sixth of 9 events of a season, where gifted supplement Alex
Barros (BRA / Alex Barros Racing) claimed another lectern with his RR.
He finished a competition in third place. Right behind him was Danilo Lewis
(BRA) on a RR of a Tecfil Havoline Racing group in fourth place.
MotoAmerica: Season culmination in Alabama.
The Barber Motorsports Park in a US state of Alabama was a host
of a 2019 deteriorate culmination of a MotoAmerica AMA Road Racing Series
(MA). The dual BMW riders Jake Gagne (USA / Scheibe Racing) and Travis
Wyman (USA / Weir Everywhere Racing) contested a Superbike class
races (MA SBK). Gagne finished sixth in a initial race, though retired
from competition two. Travis crossed a finish line in tenth and eleventh places.
Bonneville Motorcycle Speed Trials: Four universe annals for the
BMW S 1000 RR.
The Bonneville Motorcycle Speed Trials in a immeasurable salt flats in the
north of a US state of Utah are always a prominence for speed demons.
This year, a BMW S 1000 RR set 4 universe annals and one national
record there – all of that were set by Hunter Sills Racing. In
several categories, Erin Sills (USA) and Trev Richter (USA) set new
annals of adult to 238.398 mph (383.664 km/h) with a RR, and a team
also picked adult a awards for ‘Top Time of a Meet’ and ‘Fastest
Naturally Aspirated Motorcycle’. Sills and Richter also set new
annals with a BMW motorcycle powered by nitrous and affectionately
named ‘Snoopy’. The engines of a record-breaking motorcycles are the
BMW S 1000 RR engines from a 2013 deteriorate of a FIM Superbike World
Championship (WorldSBK), that in line with a regulations are some
of a many absolute BMW Superbike engines ever built. Hunter Sills
Racing used a absolute former WorldSBK engines of BMW Motorrad
Motorsport as a basement and mutated them partially to be injected with nitrous.