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BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team and a BMW S 1000 RR enter a final proviso of a 2019 deteriorate during Portimão.

Munich. The prolonged summer mangle in a FIM Superbike World
Championship (WorldSBK) is over. This weekend (6th to
8th September), a BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team and its
riders Tom Sykes (GBR) and Markus Reiterberger (GER) enter a final
proviso of a 2019 season. Portimão (POR) is a venue for turn ten
of 13.


The group trafficked to a same plcae on 24th and
25th Aug for a two-day exam in credentials for a final
events of a season. This also supposing an event to use more
innovations for a serve growth of a BMW S 1000 RR.


Quotes brazen of a races during Portimão.


Marc Bongers, BMW Motorrad Motorsport Director:
“Following a Portimão exam we are good versed going into a final
competition weekends of a season. We have been means to optimise many areas
of a BMW S 1000 RR and both riders were happy with what we achieved
during a test. The races during Portimão symbol a start of a final
proviso of a entrance deteriorate with a new RR. The deteriorate was dictated to
be a year of learning, and we have already exceeded a expectations.
The idea for a remaining rounds is to continue as before and to get
a best out of a package with both riders in each race.”


Shaun Muir, Team Principal BMW Motorrad WorldSBK
“Both riders come off a good exam during Portimão so we are
unequivocally assured of carrying a good starting bottom environment for both
riders. FP1 should be interesting. Both riders strong on race
gait not on one-lap simulations so that should bode good for a race.
The temperatures are going to be identical like during a exam in a high
twenties and early thirties. We are looking brazen to a final four
rounds of a year where we wish to continue with some lectern success.”


Tom Sykes: “I am unequivocally looking brazen to heading
behind to a Portimão circuit on a behind of a successful dual days of
contrast there recently. During a test, we positively collected a lot
of information for a set-up of a BMW S 1000 RR. Overall during the
test, we attempted several bike set-ups that we’re not customarily means to do
during a competition weekends due to a limited time that valid very,
really good. We got some certain results, so hopefully we can collect up
where we left off and try to keep a run of lectern places on a go.
The lectern is positively a aim for a remaining races.”


Markus Reiterberger: “I was really happy with a two
days of contrast during Portimão. we am now looking brazen to a good, and
hopefully successful, competition weekend. we am looking brazen to good
teamwork and wish to urge and suffer my riding. we really have my
sights set on a tip ten. we like a circuit and a lot of my friends
are travelling to support me there. Bring on a weekend.”