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The new BMW S 1000 RR continues the universe tour: BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team visits Jerez de la Frontera.

Munich. The new BMW S 1000 RR’s universe debate in a FIM
Superbike World Championship (WorldSBK) enters a subsequent phase. This
weekend (7th to 9th June), a BMW Motorrad
WorldSBK Team and a riders Tom Sykes (GBR) and Markus Reiterberger
(GER) will competition a sixth turn of a 2019 WorldSBK season, at
Jerez de la Frontera (ESP).


The group finished use of a mangle following a races during Imola (ITA) to
finish a two-day exam in Misano Adriatico in Italy final week, during
that new wiring and framework components were tested. At Jerez de
la Frontera, a BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team gained initial experience
with a new RR in January, during one of a initial winter tests of
a fledgling project.


Quotes brazen of a races during Jerez de la Frontera.


Marc Bongers, BMW Motorrad Motorsport Director: “We
already collected information during a winter exam during Jerez de la Frontera,
that we are now means to use for tuning a dual BMW S 1000 RRs for the
competition weekend in a same place. We were also means to work by a
few areas final week during a exam during Misano. We are making
continual swell with a new RR, and this is reflected in the
opening on a track. Our design for a entrance deteriorate is to
pierce towards a tip step by step, and we’ve finished good with this in
a competition events so far. Now we are looking brazen to Jerez de la
Frontera and will give it a all to be adult there battling for a tip positions.”


Shaun Muir, Team Principal BMW Motorrad WorldSBK
“Following on from a successful exam during Misano last
week, both Tom and Markus have got a good and certain feeling to take
to Jerez this weekend. Markus for certain has finished a step brazen with
his feeling and change of a bike and we wish that we can transfer
this into Jerez. He’s had a good story in Jerez during a past so I
feel it could be a certain circuit for him. Equally Tom came away
from a exam with a good feeling too. A lot of tools were tested,
even yet we had some fanciful weather. But overall, both riders
and a group are feeling assured for Jerez. We feel that we can
positively plea for a tip 6 positions over a march of the
weekend and a continue looks unequivocally promising, too, so that will be
good for some consistency. So overall, we’re in a good, clever position.”


Tom Sykes: “I am unequivocally most looking brazen to going
to Jerez. We showed some intensity there in a winter test, even
deliberation a simple inlet of where a package was behind then. It
was uninformed out of a bin and positively a prolonged approach from where we are
now. So, given a fact that we already showed a intensity behind then
and also off a behind of a successful two-day exam final week at
Misano, I’m unequivocally optimistic. we consider a lane blueprint can be
profitable for a BMW S 1000 RR and we would positively like to be in a
identical position to where we were during Imola. So apparently my aim for
Jerez is to be during a front or tighten to it and to keep relocating the
whole of a plan brazen together with a guys.”


Markus Reiterberger: “I am looking brazen to going
to Spain. Hopefully comfortable Spanish continue will wait us. The lane is
good and fluid, and we consider that it should fit me. A lot of changes
have been finished to a pavement there in new years and we wish that
a conditions there will be good. When we did tests there in winter,
a BMW S 1000 RR was code new. Meanwhile, we have finished major
developments to a bike and we am vehement to see how it will perform
there. We finished serve swell during a Misano exam final week. we am
feeling assured and will make certain that we am good prepared when I
arrive during Jerez. Thanks to a group for a support, and now it’s time
to conflict once again.”