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BMW S 1000 RR racer Loris Baz collects some-more universe championship points in Thailand.

Buriram. After a deteriorate opener during Australian Phillip Island,
a Gulf Althea BMW group was in movement during a second turn of the
2018 MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship (WorldSBK) during the
weekend. This time, a Italian team, with Loris Baz (FRA) riding,
took to a lane during Chang International Circuit in Buriram. Baz
finished a dual Thailand turn races in 11th and
12th positions respectively.


In pleasant conditions with temperatures around 30 degrees Celsius,
Baz was eighth on his BMW S 1000 RR in a initial giveaway practice. In the
following sessions, however, he unsuccessful to strech a top-ten positions.
In Superpole 1, a French supplement competent 15th on the
grid. In both races, Baz done adult several places to finish
11th on Saturday and 12th on Sunday and collect
9 some-more universe championship points. After a dual events in Australia
and Thailand, a WorldSBK now starts a European deteriorate with the
subsequent races being hold on 14th and 15th Apr at
MotorLand Aragón nearby Alcañiz (ESP).


Loris Baz:


“In Superpole we had an emanate with a initial tyre and afterwards on the
second we done a mistake, losing profitable tenths and blank out on
SP2. In Saturday’s competition we didn’t make a good start yet afterwards was fast
by a initial corners. Unfortunately though, we wasn’t means to
conserve the tyre in a opening stages, that meant we struggled
during a final partial of a race. On Sunday, we attempted something in
a warm-up that felt improved yet it didn’t work in a race. Overall,
not a good weekend for us. We need to change a approach we work as we are
not improving as most as a rivals via a weekend.”