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BMW Motorrad Motorsport Race News: Markus Reiterberger wins during ARRC opener.

Perfect start for Markus Reiterberger in a ARRC.

BMW racer Markus Reiterberger (GER) started a new section in his
career during a weekend. The 26-year-old will competition a Asia Road
Racing Championship (ARRC) for a ONEXOX BMW TKKR SAG Team this
season, with subsidy from BMW Motorrad Motorsport and partner alpha
Racing. The deteriorate opener was hold during a Sepang International Circuit
nearby Kuala Lumpur (MAS), and Reiterberger caused a stir on his BMW S
1000 RR right from a start.

 

Before a tangible competition weekend, a exam was scheduled for a start of
a week in Sepang in that Reiterberger set another path record. He
went on to set serve annals in a use and qualifying
sessions, that saw him explain stick position on his RR. However, it
started raining only in time for a initial race, and Reiterberger was
in fourth place when he saw a checkered flag. In a dry second
race, he lived adult to his station as favourite and distinguished his
initial win of a deteriorate with a lead of roughly 8 seconds.

 

“We’re gay with a win,” pronounced Reiterberger. “Undoubtedly there
are a few areas in that we could improve. But detached from a few minor
details, I’m unequivocally happy. I’d like to appreciate my whole organisation during the
ONEXOX BMW TKKR SAG Team and alpha Racing. I’ve got many of my former
organisation with me again with these guys. They were means to assistance me solve a
lot of problems and consistently softened a conditions for me. The
support of my fans, friends, sponsors, supporters and family is also superb.”

 

Reiterberger’s team-mate Azlan Shah Kamaruzaman (MAS) finished the
dual races in sixth and tenth place.

 

Season opener in a Australian Superbike Championship.

The wheels are also branch once again in a Australian Superbike
Championship (ASBK). The new deteriorate got underway a week ago when the
FIM Superbike World Championship (WorldSBK) done a guest coming on
Phillip Island (AUS). The BMW patrol in a ASBK is headed adult by Glenn
Allerton (AUS) of a NextGen Motorsports / Maxima BMW Racing Team.
Finishing in fourth place in qualifying, he cumulative a good starting
position for a 3 races. In competition one, Allerton was adult there
fighting in a heading group, though was pushed out by a opposition and
temporarily forsaken down to a behind of a field. His competition to catch
adult saw him pierce adult into 16th place. Allerton started competition dual from
this position and finished in ninth place. In a third and final
race, he crossed a finish line in seventh place.

 

Linden Magee (AUS) and Dean Hasler (AUS) were dual some-more BMW S 1000 RR
racers in movement during a season-opener. Magee finished in 11th, 15th
and 12th places. Hasler finished in 19th twice, and 21st place.