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To South America for a final spurt: BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team fervent to quarrel for front positions again in Argentina.

Munich. In a final emanate of a 2019 FIM Superbike World
Championship (WorldSBK), a BMW Motorrad WorldSBK group is off to
South America. The ‘Circuito San Juan Villicum’ in Argentina will
horde a penultimate turn of a WorldSBK deteriorate this weekend
(11th to 13th October). The group has made
serve improvements to a BMW S 1000 RR Superbikes of Tom Sykes
(GBR) and Markus Reiterberger (GER).


The range of San Juan is in western Argentina, around 180
kilometres north of Mendoza. With a 4.276-kilometre ‘Circuito San
Juan Villicum’ it is one of a country’s motorsport centres. The
WorldSBK stopped off in San Juan for a initial time final year.


Quotes brazen of a races during San Juan.


Marc Bongers, BMW Motorrad Motorsport Director: “We
are already unequivocally vehement for a competition weekend in Argentina. The fans
there gave a WorldSBK a good accepting final year, and no doubt the
atmosphere will be extraordinary again this time. There will also be many
BMW guest from Chile and Brazil who will come to support us on site.
We have used a brief mangle given Magny-Cours to continue operative on
improving a BMW S 1000 RR, and will be bringing new tools and ideas
with us. We are awaiting hot, balmy weather, and we need to try to
ready a bike for high lane temperatures right from a first
use session. We will be relying on a practice from a most
new races. The design is to consistently be adult there in a top
5 and to seize a eventuality of a mark on a lectern if it arises.”


Shaun Muir, Team Principal BMW Motorrad WorldSBK
“First of all, we are looking brazen to this event. I
consider we positively done a good step brazen with Tom in competition one at
Magny-Cours. We are now stability this swell and have some good
ideas. We also have some new tools entrance to San Juan that should
give us a good delay of a progress. We are happy to be going
to San Juan. Tom is assured and he knows he can plea for the
tip 4 or tip five. It is positively a circuit that is unequivocally technical
with a prolonged straight, though we feel now with a swell we have made
over a final few races that we can be contenders for these podium
positions. Markus is new to San Juan, so it will take him some time to
familiarize himself. Off a behind of a formidable Magny-Cours we hope
that he can get to know a circuit fast and hopefully make a step forward.”


Tom Sykes: “We are looking brazen to going behind to
Argentina. The entrance there final year was great. There were a lot of
spectators who unequivocally showed a lot of passion for racing. It’s
apparently a prolonged tour going there though after that we have a great
circuit layout. we feel that we can lift on in growth with the
information we have gained in a final integrate of events. We have a
unequivocally vast ascending behind true during a circuit that apparently will
not be a clever point, though a whole BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team is
operative tough and we will go there, give a best efforts and see where
we can finish up. After a weekend in Argentina we will be travelling to
Brazil for an eventuality for a new BMW S 1000 RR and that’s going to make
it an eventful and sparkling outing for me.”


Markus Reiterberger: “Argentina is a unequivocally prolonged way
away, though we am already looking brazen to a weekend. I’ve never been
to San Juan myself, though we followed final year’s races on TV, and the
lane looks unequivocally exciting. we adore abroad races since the
report isn’t as packaged as in Europe. we unequivocally wish that things will
be improved this time than they were during a final weekend during Magny-Cours.
we would like to get a improved outcome with my group in Argentina. we am
encouraged and am looking brazen to finally removing to know this track
that’s new to me.”