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‘Night of Trophies’ in Munich: Davey Todd is a leader of a 2019 BMW Motorrad Race Trophy.

Munich. The leader of a 2019 BMW Motorrad Race Trophy is
Davey Todd (GBR). The 24-year-old was crowned champion in his first
deteriorate in a International Road Racing Championship (IRRC) and was
also unbeatable in this year’s BMW Motorrad Race Trophy. Second and
third place went to Ilya Mikhalchik (UKR) and Mathieu Gines (FRA).
On Friday, BMW Motorrad Motorsport recognized final season’s most
successful privateers. This year, for a initial time, a coveted
trophies were presented during a corner eventuality with BMW M Motorsport –
Friday’s ‘Night of Trophies’ during BMW Group Classic in Munich (GER).
For racers on 4 wheels, a best participants in a BMW Sports
Trophy were distinguished during a awards evening.

 

Roughly 200 guest assimilated BMW Group Motorsport Director Jens
Marquardt and Dr. Markus Schramm, Head of BMW Motorrad, together with
presenters Eve Scheer and Alexander Hofmann, as they started the
dusk by looking behind on a highlights of a Customer Racing
deteriorate in vehicle and motorcycle racing. After that, a main
contenders on dual and 4 wheels, who once again delivered many
victories and titles in 2019, took turns on a stage.

 

“Congratulations to Davey Todd on winning a 2019 BMW Motorrad Race
Trophy. He unequivocally tender in his rookie deteriorate in a IRRC,” said
Dr. Markus Schramm. “It was another illusory deteriorate for a BMW
Motorrad Motorsport patron teams. Our new BMW S 1000 RR done its
entrance this year – not usually in a FIM Superbike World Championship, in
that we exceeded a expectations with 4 lectern finishes, but
private BMW patron teams were also successful with a new RR and
a predecessor. They dominated in several general and national
championships and also set a gait during vital highway racing events. Our
patron teams distinguished titles, foe wins and podiums all over the
world. We are really unapproachable of that, and a business are a best
ambassadors for BMW Motorrad that we could wish for.”

 

The BMW Motorrad Race Trophy was launched in 2014 and was hold for
a sixth time this year. This season, 120 private BMW riders entered
a Race Trophy. They competed for 90 opposite BMW teams in 25
championships around a world, claiming 9 titles, 92 foe wins and
258 lectern finishes with a BMW S 1000 RR.

 

The tip 30 competitors in this year’s Race Trophy were recognized at
a ‘Night of Trophies’ in Munich. The trophies for a most
successful private BMW riders of a 2019 deteriorate were presented by Tom
Sykes (GBR) from a BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team. There were prize
income and other bonuses, such as for winning a title. BMW Motorrad
Motorsport once again supposing a sum esteem purse of over € 100,000,
that was common between this year’s best participants.

 

From rookie to champion: Davey Todd.

Todd contested his initial deteriorate in a International Road Racing
Championship on a BMW S 1000 RR run by Wepol Racing by Team penz13 in
2019. The rookie won both races during a opening turn during Hengelo (NED).
He afterwards bagged another prop of wins during turn dual during Imatra (FIN).
Todd continued his success story over a residue of a deteriorate and
wrapped adult a pretension during a penultimate foe weekend in Hořice (CZE) –
with another dual foe wins. Todd scored limit points in 9 of the
twelve races that done adult this season’s IRRC. This valid sufficient
for him to take altogether feat in a 2019 Race Trophy – and saw him
also crowned ‘Rookie of a Year’ in a Race Trophy.

 

However, Todd was not usually successful in a IRRC. He also enjoyed
good success during vital general highway racing events. He finished
third in a Superstock category during a North West 200 and runner-up at
a Ulster Grand Prix, again in a Superstock race.

 

“I’m really happy to have won a BMW Motorrad Race Trophy, and also
proud”, pronounced Todd. “The foe is really high as so many really
clever BMW riders from opposite championships around a universe take
part, so it’s good to be a best of them, even some-more as we was a
newcomer. we had a good initial deteriorate in a International Road Racing
Championship. Honestly, we did not design to be means get so many wins
and podiums when we headed to a initial round, as in a IRRC there are
so many really gifted and quick highway racers. But we had a clever bike
and an gifted group around me, so we were means to set a gait in
a array from a initial foe on – and that enabled me also to claim
clever formula in other highway racing events like a podiums during the
North West 200 and a Ulster Grand Prix. we wish to appreciate everybody
who done this possible.”

 

Todd won a 2019 Race Trophy with 475.27 points. Second-placed
Ukrainian supplement Mikhalchik picked adult his 460.00 Race Trophy points
with a alpha Racing-Van-Zon-BMW group in a International German
Championship (IDM), in that he was crowned champion for a second
year in a row. Third-placed Frenchman Gines won a pretension in the
French Superbike Championship (FSBK) with a Tecmas Racing Team. His
formula in that array warranted him 442.15 Race Trophy points.

 

Champions on a BMW S 1000 RR.

As good as Todd, Mikhalchik and Gines, a serve 6 BMW racers won
titles in their particular array in 2019. Here is an overview of all
of this year’s BMW champions:

 

  • Davey Todd (GBR) – Wepol Racing by Team penz13 – International
    Road Racing Championship
  • Peter Hickman (GBR) – Smiths Racing Team – BMW Road Race Challenge
  • Karel Hanika (CZE) – Fany Gastro BMW Motorrad by Mercury Racing –
    Alpe Adria International Motorcycle Championship
  • Ilya Mikhalchik (UKR) – alpha Racing-Van-Zon-BMW – International
    German Championship
  • Azlan Shah Kamaruzaman – Onexox TKKR SAG Team – Asia Road Racing Championship
  • Mathieu Gines (FRA) – Tecmas Racing Team – French Superbike Championship
  • Ben Young (CAN) – Ben Young Racing – Canadian Superbike Championship
  • Farid Badrul (MAS) – HORIZON Racing Team – Malaysia Superbike
    Championship Superbike class
  • Sharulnizam Ramli (MAS) – FTA Liqui Moly Racing Team – Malaysia
    Superbike Championship Superstock category  

 

 

2019 BMW Motorrad Race Trophy – Final tip 30*.

 

 

Pos.

Name
(Nat.)

Series/class

Points

1

Davey Todd
(GBR)

IRRC

475.27

2

Ilya Mikhalchik
(UKR)

IDM

460.00

3

Mathieu Gines
(FRA)

FSBK

442.15

4

Karel Hanika
(CZE)

AAIMC

430.18

5

Peter Hickman
(GBR)

BMW RRC

412.73

6

Ben Young
(CAN)

CSBK

368.83

7

Taylor Mackenzie
(GBR)

BSB STK

366.48

8

Azlan Shah
Kamaruzaman (MAS)

ARRC

330.73

9

Didier Grams
(GER)

IRRC

327.82

10

Marek Červený
(CZE)

IRRC

297.27

11

Erno Kostamo
(FIN)

IRRC

285.64

12

Alex Barros
(BRA)

BR SBK

282.44

13

Julian Puffe
(GER)

IDM

282.00

14

Jonathan Germany
(FRA)

FR EU

280.15

15

Samuel Trepanier
(CAN)

CSBK

259.50

16

Kenny Foray
(FRA)

FSBK

254.31

17

Pepijn
Bijsterbosch (NED)

IDM

247,71

18

Léo Challamel
(FRA)

FR EU

246.92

19

Stefan
Kerschbaumer (AUT)

FIM
EWC

240.00

20

Alexandre Leleu
(FRA)

FR EU

239.54

21

Sharulnizam Ramli
(MAS)

MSC STK

232.67

22

Carmelo Morales
(ESP)

ESBK

227.78

23

Lance Isaacs
(RSA)

SA SBK

225.14

24

Alex Olsen
(GBR)

BSB STK

224.96

25

Danilo Lewis
(BRA)

BR SBK

223.19

26

Luca Vitali
(ITA)

CIV

212.91

27

Christian Iddon
(GBR)

BSB SBK

212.40

28

Nico Thöni
(AUT)

AAIMC

208.55

29

Filip Altendorfer
(GER)

FIM EWC

200.00

30

Matteo Baiocco
(ITA)

CIV

196.91

30

Ondřej Ježek 
(CZE)

AAIMC

196,91

 

 

*The full rankings are listed online at:

 

http://www.bmw-motorrad-motorsport.com