International German Championship: Two wins for alpha
Racing-van-Zon-BMW during a Nürburgring.
The alpha Racing-van-Zon-BMW group continued a winning run with the
BMW S 1000 RR in a International German Championship (IDM). Once
again a tip step of a lectern was assigned by one of a team’s
riders after both races during turn 4 of a deteriorate during a Nürburgring
(GER). Julian Puffe (GER) won a opening race. The group afterwards claimed
a one-two in competition two. This time, feat went to Ilya Mikhalchik
(UKR), who had unsuccessful to finish competition one due to a technical issue.
Puffe followed him home in second place. Jan Mohr (AUT / BCC Racing)
finished competition one in fifth place though unsuccessful to finish a second race.
Jan Bühn (GER / EGS Moto Racing) was seventh in both races, while Marc
Neuman (GER) came home ninth and eighth. Pepijn Bijsterbosch (NED)
finished tenth and sixth. Puffe regained a lead in a championship,
with Mikhalchik second overall.
British Superbike Championship: Taylor Mackenzie on the
The BMW teams and riders in a British Superbike Championship (BSB)
were during Snetterton (GBR) this weekend for turn 6 of a season.
Peter Hickman (GBR / Smiths Racing) finished seventh and fifth on his
BMW S 1000 RR in a dual Superbike races (BSB SBK). Christian Iddon
(GBR / Tyco BMW Motorrad), who pennyless his fibula only 3 weeks ago
during Knockhill (GBR), started during Snetterton and claimed dual top-ten
finishes with tenth and sixth place. Michael Laverty (GBR) stood in
for a harmed Keith Farmer (GBR) for Tyco BMW Motorrad. Laverty, who
was roving a new RR for a initial time, finished eleventh and ninth.
In a Superstock competition (BSB STK), BMW racer Taylor Mackenzie (GBR /
Bathams Racing) claimed a mark on a podium. He finished third on his
BMW S 1000 RR. Alex Olsen (GBR / Team IMR) came home sixth.
Alpe Adria International Motorcycle Championship: Victory for
Karel Hanika during Oschersleben.
The Alpe Adria International Motorcycle Championship (AA) was at
Oschersleben (GER) for turn 4 of a season. It valid to be a
successful weekend for Karel Hanika (CZE / Fany Gastro BMW Motorrad).
The Czech supplement took feat by over 3 seconds on his BMW S 1000
RR in a initial of a dual races. In competition two, he finished runner-up
to acquire another mark on a podium. Hanika missed out on a second win
by only 0.414 seconds. Nico Thöni (AUT / Racing4fun) and Ondřej Ježek
(CZE / Fany Gastro BMW Motorrad) finished fourth and sixth in race
one, though both unsuccessful to finish competition two. Ireneusz Sicora (POL / BMW
Sikora Motorsport) came home tenth and seventh. Bartlomiej Lewandowski
(POL / Team LRP Poland) also claimed a top-ten result, finishing ninth
in competition two.
FIM European Superstock 1000 Cup: Podium for Michal Filla and
Oschersleben (GER) also hosted a fourth eventuality of a deteriorate in the
new FIM European Superstock 1000 Cup (EU STK). BMW racers finished on
a lectern in both races. Michal Filla (CZE / BMW Sikora Motorsport)
came home second on his BMW S 1000 RR in a opening race. Arnaud
Friedrich (GER / Team LRP Poland) afterwards finished runner-up in competition two.
Canadian Superbike Championship: Third win of a deteriorate for
In a Canadian Superbike Championship (CSBK), BMW racer Ben Young
(CAN / Ben Young Racing) took a large step towards winning a title.
The penultimate turn during Atlantic Motorsport Park (CAN) featured races
4 and 5 of a deteriorate and saw Young extend his lead during a top
of a championship. The pretension competition will be motionless during a season
culmination during Canadian Tire Motorsports Park (CAN) in 3 weeks. In the
initial of a weekend’s dual races, Young anxious fans with a
fantastic fightback on his approach to win series 3 of a deteriorate on
his BMW S 1000 RR. He was strike by Jordan Szoke (CAN) on path three,
putting both riders onto a grass. Young was means to continue, but
found himself down in tenth place. He afterwards stormed behind by the
margin and into initial place. Samuel Trepanier (CAN / Blysk Racing)
crossed a finish line in second place only 0.212 seconds behind
Young to explain his best outcome of a deteriorate so far. Sunday’s second
competition was hold in soppy conditions. Young finished runner-up this time,
with Trepanier fourth. BMW racer Jeff Williams (CAN) finished both races
in fifth place.