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BMW Motorrad World Endurance Team completes two-day exam with a BMW S 1000 RR in Le Castellet.

Le Castellet. The BMW Motorrad World Endurance Team is
scheming for their lass deteriorate in a FIM Endurance World
Championship (FIM EWC). Ahead of a 2019/20 deteriorate opener, a team
took partial in a central pre-test in Le Castellet (FRA) on Tuesday
and Wednesday with riders Kenny Foray (FRA), Julian Puffe (GER) and
Ilya Mikhalchik (UKR). The initial competition will take place in a same
location; a Bol d’Or on 21st/22nd September.


With a BMW Motorrad World Endurance Team, BMW Motorrad Motorsport
is expanding their works impasse with a new BMW S 1000 RR to
embody a FIM EWC. The group has grown an continuation chronicle of
a RR, that is formed on a Superbike that competes in a FIM World
Superbike World Championship (WorldSBK). At a two-day exam in the
South of France, growth of a continuation bike continued.


Quotes after a exam during Le Castellet.


Werner Daemen, Team Manager BMW Motorrad World Endurance
“The exam went unequivocally well. We had dual teenager falls on the
second day though these things can happen. Overall, we were means to test
a lot of things here during Le Castellet, and all riders were flattering fast.
We are happy and we consider that we are good prepared for a race.”


Kenny Foray: “It was a unequivocally good exam for us. The
bike was behaving good from a word go. My team-mates and me
finished many, many laps with a dual exam bikes. We also attempted many
opposite things and were means to find a good bottom set-up. we am very
happy with these dual days of testing. I’m unequivocally looking brazen to
a competition during a Bol d’Or since I’m certain that we can do something
unequivocally good.”


Julian Puffe: “These dual days of contrast were really
good. It was a initial confront of a team, a bike and a tyres.
And we have to say: a group works ideally together. At the
beginning, a bike was of march unequivocally opposite for me compared to
a bike we float in a IDM though step by step we got used to everything.
There are for certain some things we still have to adjust though I’m really
happy with how a exam went. Everything is still new though after this
certain initial shakedown, I’m already looking brazen to a competition in
dual weeks’ time.”


Ilya Mikhalchik: “It was a unequivocally certain test. We
have finished a lot of laps and tested everything. The dual exam bikes
had opposite set-ups we worked with to step by step boost the
confidence. We also did a competition make-believe during that we set my
fastest path time on used tyres. This creates me assured for a race
in dual weeks’ time. But altogether we did not concentration on path times though more
on a competition pace. They approach a group works together is unequivocally great.
Everything went ideally good and we consider that we are prepared for the
initial race.”