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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
Team:
“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.”