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Successful outings by a BMW racers in a FIM Endurance World Championship and a FIM Sidecar World Championship – One-two for a BMW S 1000 RR in a BSB Superstock class.

Munich (DE), 31st Aug 2016. The BMW racers and a on-site experts
from BMW Motorrad Motorsport can demeanour behind during another successful
weekend in dual universe championships, as good as in other vital racing
series. Taking to a lane in Oschersleben (DE), Cadwell Park (GB),
Portimão (PT) and Aldo Scribante (ZA), a BMW S 1000 RR riders also
collected serve points towards a 2016 BMW Motorrad Race Trophy
(see full standings below).



FIM Endurance World Championship in Oschersleben, Germany.


The “8 Hours EWC Oschersleben” (DE) noted a deteriorate culmination of the
2016 FIM Endurance World Championship (EWC). It was a home turn for
several BMW teams, including a BMW Motorrad Team of team
principal Rico Penzkofer (DE) – and a patrol had reason to celebrate.
Riders Kenny Foray (FR) and Lukáš Pešek (CZ) cumulative a initial ever
lectern finish for a array 13 BMW S 1000 RR in a tip category,
a Superbike category EWC (EWC SBK). After 8 hours, they crossed the
line in third for a podium. The group has usually contested a
few EWC races in a tip category so far, and with this success it
valid to be rival among a clever and determined factory
continuation teams. Team Lukoil BMW Motorrad CSEU also scored a strong
result: Roland Resch (AT), Fabrizio Lai (IT) and Julian Mayer (AT)
crossed a line in seventh with a array 52 BMW S 1000 RR.


In a Superstock category (EWC STK), strictly named a FIM Endurance
World Cup, a Völpker NRT48 by Schubert-Motors group came to
Oschersleben as a altogether leader. The squad, however, gifted a
formidable deteriorate culmination usually a few kilometres divided from a group base.
In subordinate supplement Dominik Vincon (DE) crashed and suffered fractures
to his femur and arm. We wish Dominik a rapid recovery. The BMW
sister group helped out and loaned them a third rider,
Matthieu Lussiana (FR), to mount in for harmed Vincon and competition the
array 48 BMW S 1000 RR together with Bastien Mackels (BE) and Stefan
Kerschbaumer (AT). Unfortunately a competition was over for them after two
hours by no error of their own. A large oil brief on a track
caused a array of riders to pile-up – including Mackels who had no
possibility of determining a RR on a greasy surface. The bike was too
badly shop-worn to continue a race. In a championship standings,
Völpker NRT48 finished a deteriorate in third overall.



FIM Sidecar World Championship in Oschersleben, Germany.


The Motorsport Arena Oschersleben (DE) also hosted a penultimate
turn of a 2016 FIM Sidecar World Championship (SWC) final weekend.
Finnish twin Pekka Päivärinta / Kirsi Kainulainen (44-Racing) continued
their strain of success with another double podium. In a scurry race
on Saturday, they were third, while they finished a bullion competition on
Sunday in second with their sidecar powered by a BMW S 1000 RR engine.
With this result, they shielded a altogether lead in a world
championship standings: With usually one some-more turn to go,
Päivärinta/Kainulainen have an advantage of 23 points over their
closest rivals. Mike Roscher/Anna Burkard (DE / Roscher-Burkard Penz13
Racing) finished a dual races in seventh and fifth respectively.



British Superbike Championship in Cadwell Park, Great Britain.


Round 8 of a 2016 British Superbike Championship (BSB) was held
during Cadwell Park (GB) final weekend. In a initial competition for a Superbike
category (BSB SBK), Richard Cooper (GB / Buildbase BMW Motorrad) was the
tip placed BMW rider, channel a line in eighth. He was followed
by Jake Dixon (GB / Royal Air Force Regular Reserve) in ninth
and Michael Laverty (GB / Tyco BMW) in tenth. In competition dual over the
hilly circuit, Dixon was a best-placed BMW supplement in tenth.


The competition for a Superstock category (BSB STK) saw another one-two for
a BMW S 1000 RR and, in total, no reduction afterwards 8 RRs crossed the
line in a tip ten. In front, it was Ian Hutchinson (GB / Tyco BMW)
who distinguished his second win of a deteriorate in this series. Taylor
Mackenzie (GB / Buildbase BMW Motorrad) was second this time. Adam
Jenkinson (GB / NEI Motorsport) crossed a line in fourth, while
places 6 to 10 went to Joshua Elliott (GB / Tyco BMW), Dominic
Usher (GB / ONE7R / Formwise), Billy Mellor (GB / Able Engineering),
Barry Teasdale (GB / Green Chem / Bob Henderson Racing) and Ashley
Beech (GB / Jones-Dorling Racing). In a championship standings,
Mackenzie leads with an advantage of 23 points over second placed Hutchinson.



FIM CEV Superbike European Championship in Portimão, Portugal.


After a longer summer break, a 2016 FIM CEV Superbike European
Championship (CEV) resumed in Portimão (PT) final weekend. BMW racer
Maximilian Scheib (CL) once some-more finished both races on a podium. He
claimed second place on both occasions with his Targobank EasyRace SBK
Team BMW S 1000 RR. His new team-mate Marcos Solorza (AR), who stood
in for harmed Santiago Barragán (ES), finished a races in sixth and
fifth respectively. Roberto Blazquez (ES / ARC Competicion) was 11th
and tenth.



South African SuperGP Champions Trophy in Aldo Scribante,
South Africa.


The South African SuperGP Champions Trophy (RSA SBK) hold a sixth
turn of a deteriorate during Aldo Scribante (ZA) final weekend. BMW S 1000 RR
supplement Lance Isaacs (ZA / Lance Isaacs Racing) finished a dual races
in fifth and sixth respectively. Ronald Slamet (ZA / Bavarian
Motorcycles Danie Maritz Racing) and Garrick Vlok (ZA) also
claimed top-ten finishes, with Slamet being tenth in competition one and Vlok
holding this position in competition two.



2016 BMW Motorrad Race Trophy – Current Standings.


Status: 31st Aug 2016



16. Jan Bühn (DE/IDM STK/194.15), 17. Danilo Lewis (BR/BRSBK/191.56),
18. Raffaele De Rosa (IT/STK1000/189.04), 19. Michael Leon
(CA/CSBK/186.00), 20. Joshua Elliott (GB/BSB STK/184.55), 21. Stefan
Kerschbaumer (AT/EWC STK/180.62), 21. Bastien Mackels (BE/EWC
STK/180.62), 21. Dominik Vincon (DE/EWC STK/180.62), 24. Lance Isaacs
(ZA/RSA SBK/175.43), 25. Pepijn Bijsterbosch (NL/IDM STK/169.69), 26.
Martin Choy (BG/AARR SBK/158.80), 27. Michael Rutter (GB/BSB
STK/158.73), 28. Mathieu Gines (FR/IDM SBK/156.11), 29. Jordi Torres
(ES/WorldSBK/151.00), 30. Mike Roscher/Anna Burkard (DE/SWC/147.63),
31. Michael Laverty (GB/BSB SBK/142.40), 32. Michel Amalric (FR/FR
EU/137.80), 33. Miloš Cihak (CZ/AARR SBK/132.80), 34. Richard Cooper
(GB/BSB SBK/130.40), 35. Matteo Ferrari (IT/CIV/128.40), 36. Christian
Iddon (GB/BSB SBK/121.60), 37. Cyril Brunet-Lugardon (FR/FR
EU/120.31), 38. Colin Butler (CA/MSC SBK/110.00), 39. Martin Tritscher
(AT/AARR STK/108.80), 40. Petr Bičiště (CZ/IRRC/104.00), 41. Santiago
Barragán (ES/CEV/99.49), 42. Marek Hartl (CZ/AARR STK/98.80), 43.
Hernani Teixeira (FR/FR EU/96.00), 44. Marco Nekvasil (AT/IDM
STK/94.00), 45. Madjid Idres (FR/FR EU/93.23), 46. Hudson Kennaugh
(ZA/BSB STK/88.00), 47. Garrick Vlok (ZA/RSA SBK/87.71), 48. David
Datzer (DE/IRRC/84.00), 49. Denni Schiavoni (IT/CIV/83.60), 50. Lee
Jackson (GB/BSB SBK/80.00), 50. Markus Reiterberger
(DE/WorldSBK/80.00), 52. Marc Neumann (DE/IDM STK/76.46), 53. Steve
Rapp (US/AMA SBK/74.93), 54. Joshua Brookes (AU/WorldSBK/74.20), 55.
Roberto Blazquez (ES/CEV/73.60), 56. Nasarudin Mat Yusop (MY/MSC
STK/72.80), 57. Lee Johnston (GB/BMW RRC/71.00), 58. Julien Brun
(FR/FR EU/69.38), 59. Luca Vitali (IT/STK1000/69.25), 60. David
Bouvier (FR/FR EU/69.19), 61. Arnaud Friedrich (DE/IDM STK/66.31), 62.
Bertrand Boyer (FR/FR EU/64.00), 63. Adam Jenkinson (GB/BSB
STK/62.55), 64. Camille Hedelin (FR/EWC SBK/54.53), 64. Clive Rambure
(FR/EWC SBK/54.53), 66. Leon Jeacock (GB/BSB STK/53.82), 67. Chrissy
Rouse (GB/BSB STK/52.91), 68. Léon Benichou (FR/FR EU/52.31), 69.
Karel Abraham (CZ/WorldSBK/51.90), 69. Alastair Seeley (GB/BMW
RRC/51.90), 71. Daisaku Sakai (JP/MFJ/49.67), 72. Jeremy Cook (US/AMA
STK/49.33), 73. Ronald Slamet (ZA/RSA SBK/48.00), 73. Sam West (GB/BMW
RRC/48.00), 75. Rob McNealy (GB/BSB STK/43.45), 76. Alex Olsen (GB/BSB
STK/42.18), 77. Björn Stuppi (DE/IDM STK/37.69), 78. Rene Skalicky
(CZ/AARR STK/35.80), 79. Michal Bidas (CZ/AARR STK/35.20), 80. Ricky
Lee Weare (ZA/RSA SBK/33.71), 81. Yuta Kodama (JP/MFJ/33.67), 82. Manu
Dagault (FR/FR EU/32.00), 82. Barry Teasdale (GB/BSB STK/32.00), 84.
Dominic Chang (SG/MSC STK/31.60), 85. Michal Šembera (CZ/AARR
SBK/31.20), 86. Martin Jessopp (GB/BMW RRC/30.00), 87. Davo Johnson
(AU/BMW RRC/29.80), 88. Nicolas Senechal (FR/EWC SBK/29.77), 89. Eric
Vionnet (CH/STK1000/28.75), 90. Dominic Herbertson (GB/BMW RRC/28.00),
91. Michal Fojtik (CZ/AARR STK/27.60), 92. Ben Godfrey (GB/BSB
STK/27.09), 93. Maxime Bonnot (FR/FSBK SBK/27.08), 94. Dominique
Platet (FR/EWC SBK/24.77), 95. Lim Ho Gon (KR/MFJ/23.00), 95. Shinya
Takeishi (JP/MFJ/23.00), 97. Derek McGee (IE/BMW RRC/22.40), 98. Evert
Stoffberg (ZA/RSA SBK/20.86), 99. Jakub Smrz (CZ/BSB SBK/20.00), 99.
Etienne Nelson (ZA/RSA SBK/20.00), 101. Adrián Bonastre
(ES/CEV/19.00), 102. Justin Gillesen (ZA/RSA SBK/18.86), 103. John
Krieger (ZA/RSA SBK/17.71), 104. Gauthier Duwelz (BE/STK1000/17.25),
105. Daniel Cooper (GB/BMW RRC/16.00), 106. Janez Prosenik (SI/EWC
SBK/15.65), 107. Michal Filla (CZ/IDM STK/15.54), 108. Pedro Rodriguez
(ES/CEV/12.60), 109. Matthieu Lussiana (FR/WorldSBK/12.20), 110.
Heinrich Rheeder (ZA/RSA SBK/11.86), 111. Sabine Holbrook (DE/AARR
SBK/7.60), 112. Federico D’Annunzio (IT/STK1000/7.50), 113. Pierre
Bezuidenhout (ZA/RSA SBK/6.57), 114. Thomas Toffel (CH/STK1000/5.75),
115. Jacques outpost Wyngaardt (ZA/RSA SBK/5.71), 116. Pascal Meslet
(FR/FR EU/4.92), 117. Valter Patronen (FI/CEV/4.80), 118. Matej Smrz
(BSB SBK/ 4.60), 119. Eric Dagault (FR/FR EU/3.69), 120. Elwyn
Steenkamp (ZA/RSA SBK/1.14), 121. Christophe Costes (FR/FR EU/0.00),
121. Stefan Dolipski (DE/AMA STK/0.00), 121. Ryan Farquhar (GB/BMW
RRC/0.00), 121. Marcel Irnie (CA/CSBK/0.00), 121. Aaron League (US/BSB
STK/0.00), 121. Joan Sardanyons (ES/CEV/0.00), 121. Tomas Svitok
(SK/AARR STK/0.00)