Munich. The 2017 BMW Motorrad Race Trophy has only started but
is already a large success: so far, no fewer than 107 riders from 19
opposite nations on 6 continents have purebred for this unique
worldwide competition, 30 some-more compared to a same time final year.
They foe for 73 teams in 27 opposite championship classes around
a globe. The initial ranking of a 2017 book has now been
published. It is headed by Carmelo Morales (ESP), who competes in
a Spanish Championship (CEV) on his BMW S 1000 RR of the
Graphbikes easyRace SBK Team.
Morales leads a ranking with a sum of 87.50 Race Trophy points.
Ian Hutchinson (GBR / Tyco BMW) is now second with 78.38 points
collected in a Superstock category of a British Superbike
Championship (BSB STK). Michael Rutter (GBR / Bathams SMT Racing), who
also races in a BSB STK, follows in third position with 65.38 points.
For a fourth edition, in 2017, new facilities and modifications have
been introduced to make a foe even some-more attractive. Prize
income and bonuses are given to a most incomparable array of participants.
Now, a tip 30 riders of a ranking will be awarded with a prize
coupon during a finish of a deteriorate (compared to 15 previously). The
leader will accept 15,000 Euros, second place will accept 10,000
Euros and third place takes 7,500 Euros. For 30th place, a
esteem coupon of 500 Euros will be given. In addition, new bonuses have
been introduced. Registration for a 2017 BMW Motorrad Race Trophy is
open until 30th Jun 2017. All participants accept an
appealing acquire package.
“The large worldwide BMW Motorrad Motorsport family continues to grow
and we are impressed by a outrageous seductiveness of a BMW racers all
around a creation to be a partial of a 2017 Race Trophy,” pronounced Uwe
Geyer, Marketing Director BMW Motorrad Motorsport. “We unequivocally can say
that a Race Trophy is resolutely determined among a BMW racers on all
continents. This is proven by a fact that we were actively
approached by an outrageous array of riders who asked to be registered.
We are also unapproachable that in further to a riders from a previous
years, we already have a outrageous array of participants who are taking
partial for a initial time this year. That shows how engaging and
appealing a judgment of a Race Trophy is for a BMW riders in
general and inhabitant championships. It is good to see that our
BMW Motorrad Motorsport village keeps removing stronger with each year.”
As partial of a long-term plan in motorsport, BMW Motorrad
introduced a Race Trophy in 2014. This plan forms a vital pillar
of a extensive worldwide patron sports programme of BMW
Motorrad. Any BMW S 1000 RR supplement competing in one of a listed
championships can take partial giveaway of assign in a BMW Motorrad Race
Trophy, and conflict it out with other BMW racers from opposite series,
nations and continents to be crowned a best BMW Motorrad privateer
in a world. According to their formula in their respective
championships, a participants accept Race Trophy points for a joint
ranking. The points are distributed on a basement of a formidable complement to
pledge equal opportunities for all riders from a opposite championships.
With a patron sports programme, BMW Motorrad supports a racing
business all over a universe with assistance of a BMW Motorrad
Motorsport specialists. The offer ranges from write and email
support to on-site support during a foe events. This international
network of engineers also keeps growing. In further to the
specialists formed in Munich, experts are accessible to assistance in the
particular markets. They are lerned in special work shops in Munich
and in their particular countries.
You can find a 2017 BMW Motorrad Race Trophy regulations and the
weekly updated standings online at:
2017 BMW Motorrad Race Trophy – Current Standings.
Status: 26th Apr 2017
Series / Class
33. Sam West (GBR/BSB STK/10.63), 34. Frederic Pecoraro (FRA/FR
EU/9.33), 35. Leon Benichou (FRA/FR EU/7.83), 36. Fabien Gabrielian
(FRA/FR EU/6.67), 37. Justin Gillesen (RSA/RSA SBK/6.57), 38. Dean
Hipwell (GBR/BSB STK/6.00), 39. Llano Guillermo (ESP/CEV/5.75), 39.
Daley Mathisen (GBR/BSB STK/5.75), 41. Heinrich Rheeder (RSA/RSA
SBK/5.43), 42. Ben Godfrey (GBR/BSB STK/4.00), 43. Dan Kneen (GBR/BSB
STK/3.00), 43. Matej Smrz (CZE/BSB STK/3.00), 45. Jan Bühn (GER/EWC
STK/2.67), 45. Lucy Glöckner (GER/EWC STK/2.67), 45. Stefan
Kerschbaumer (AUT/EWC STK/2.67), 48. Yuta Kodama (JPN/MFJ/1.78), 49.
Eric Dagault (FRA/FR EU/1.33), 49. Christophe Jeanjean (FRA/FR
EU/1.33), 49. Pascal Meslet (FRA/FR EU/1.33), Pierre Roques (FRA/FR
EU/1.33), 53. Rob McNealy (GBR/BSB STK/1.00), 54. Richard Balcar
(CZE/MOTOCh STK/0.00), 54. Petr Bičiště (CZE/IRRC/0.00), 54. Michal
Bidas (CZE/MOTOCh SBK/0.00), 54. Martin Biernacki (USA/AMA SBK/0.00),
54. Peter Blackman (AUS/RSA SBK/0.00), 54. Alan Bonner (IRL/BMW
RRC/0.00), 54. Dennis Booth (GBR/BMW RRC/0.00), 54. David Bozic
(SLO/AARR STK/0.00), 54. Wolfgang Brunner (GER/IRRC/0.00), 54.
Ladislav Chmelik (CZE/MOTOCh STK/0.00), 54. Miloš Cihak (CZE/MOTOCh
SBK/0.00), 54. Jeremy Cook (USA/AMA STK/0.00), 54. Daniel Cooper
(GBR/IRRC/0.00), 54. David Datzer (GER/IRRC/0.00), 54. Danny de Boer
(NLD/IDM SBK/0.00), 54. Henning de Jager (RSA/RSA SBK/0.00), 54. Ryan
Farquhar (GBR/BMWRRC/0.00), 54. Frederick Ferdinand (RSA/RSA
SBK/0.00), 54. Michal Filla (CZE/MOTOCh STK/0.00), 54. Michal Fojtik
(CZE/MOTOCh STK/0.00), 54. Rene Gebetsroither (AUT/AARR SBK/0.00), 54.
Pawel Gorak (POL/AARR SBK/0.00), 54. Piotr Gorka (POL/AARR SBK/0.00),
54. Marek Hartl (CZE/MOTOCh STK/0.00), 54. Dominic Herbertson (GBR/BMW
RRC/0.00), 54. Kamil Holan (CZE/IRRC/0.00), 54. Madjid Idres (FRA/FR
EU/0.00), 54. Marcel Irnie (CAN/CSBK/0.00), 54. Martin Jessopp
(GBr/BSB SBK/0.00), 54. Dominic Juda (CZE/MOTOCh STK/0.00), 54.
Christopher Kemmer (AUT/EWC STK/0.00), 54. Hudson Kennaugh (RSA/BMW
RRC/0.00), 54. Stefan Dolipski (GER/AMA STK/0.00), 54. John Krieger
(RSA/RSA SBK/0.00), 54. Michael Leon (CAN/CSBK/0.00), 54. Antonin
Moravec ((CZE/MOTOCh STK/0.00), 54. Nico Müller (GER/IRRC/0.00), 54.
Etienne Nelson (RSA/RSA SBK/0.00), 54. Marc Neumann (GER/IDM
SBK/0.00), 54. Gary O’Brian (IRL/BMW RRC/0.00), 54. Lukáš Pešek
(CZE/MOTOCh SBK/0.00), 54. Michal Prášek (CZE/MOTOCh STK/0.00), 54.
Damion Purificati (RSA/RSA SBK/0.00), 54. Anthony Redmond (GBR/BMW
RRC/0.00), 54. Andrew Sellars (GBR/BMW RRC/0.00), 54. Rene Skalicky
(CZE/MOTOCh STK/0.00), 54. Evert Stoffberg (RSA/RSA SBK/0.00), 54.
Björn Stuppi (GER/IDM SBK/0.00), 54. Michael Sweeney (IRL/BMW
RRC/0.00), 54. Jordan Szoke (CAN/CSBK/0.00), 54. Dominik Vincon
(GER/IDM SBK/0.00), 54. Eric Vionnet (SUI/STK1000/0.00), 54. Ricky Lee
Weare (RSA/RSA SBK/0.00), 54. Mike Wohner (AUT(AARR SBK/0.00)