Dominance in Horiče: double top-six lockout for a BMW racers in a International Road Racing Championship.

Munich. The BMW S 1000 RR racers reigned on a
Horiče
travel circuit in a Czech Republic; during a penultimate
turn of a 2017 International Road Racing Championship (IRRC),
they distinguished a double top-six lockout. Marek Červený (CZE) won
both races, with Sébastien Le Grelle (BEL), Didier Grams (GER) and
Petr Bičiště (CZE) claiming lectern positions. In a

South African Motorcycle Road Racing Championship (RSA SBK),
David McFadden (RSA) raced onto a rostrum. In addition, a BMW
riders were in movement in a US, in Brazil and in Australia during a weekend.

 

 

International Road Racing Championship during
Horiče
, Czech Republic.

 

The severe travel circuit of Horiče (CZE) hosted the
penultimate turn of a 2017 International Road Racing Championship
(IRRC). After claiming a double top-four lockout a weekend before
during Schleiz (GER), a BMW S 1000 RR racers surfaced this success and
distinguished no reduction than a double top-six lockout.

 

Man of a assembly was internal favourite Marek Červený (CZE) who took the
win in both races on his Wepol Safemetal Racing group BMW S 1000 RR. In
a initial race, that was red-flagged twice, he was assimilated on the
lectern by Didier Grams (GER / GG Motorsport by Todoracing) in
second and Sébastien Le Grelle (BEL / Herpigny Motors – BMW Motorrad
Belux) in third. Kamil Holan (CZE / Mc Race), Petr Bičiště (CZE /
Kimura Racing Team) and Erno Kostamo (FIN / Markka Racing) followed in
fourth, fifth and sixth.

 

In competition two, Le Grelle was second behind leader Červený, while
Bičiště cumulative third on a podium. Holan was fourth again, Grams
crossed a line in fifth with Kostamo in sixth. With dual races to go
and 50 some-more points available, Le Grelle continues to lead the
championship standings with 217 points and an advantage of 30 points
over Červený who softened to second place (187). Grams follows in
third altogether with 171 points. The final turn will be hold on
23rd and 24th Sep in Frohburg (GER).

 

 

South African Motorcycle Road Racing Championship during Phakisa,
South Africa.

 

There was also a BMW lectern finish in a South African Motorcycle
Road Racing Championship (RSA SBK) during a weekend. The seventh and
penultimate turn of a 2017 deteriorate was hold during Phakisa Freeway
(RSA). David McFadden (RSA / RPM Center Sandton Auto/BMW Motorrad)
cumulative third place on a soap-box in competition two, after finishing fourth
in a initial encounter.

 

Lance Isaacs (RSA / Supabets Sandton BMW Motorrad) was also on course
for a lectern finish though gifted bad luck. In competition one, he set the
fastest path time and was fibbing in second position until his bike was
strike by a remarkable clever breeze of breeze and he crashed as a result. In
competition two, he gifted some issues with a brakes and motionless to
lapse to a pits for reserve reasons. Heinrich Rheeder (RSA / BMW
Motorrad Rheeder Racing) was 12th on both occasions.

 

David McFadden: “Finally we are behind on a podium.
Two stairs divided from where we wish to be though a step in a right
direction. A large appreciate we to all my sponsors and of march to my team
RPM Center. After unconstrained hours of work, it’s starting to compensate off.”

 

Lance Isaacs: “A large appreciate we goes to my race
team. We done a lot of swell and a bike improves each race
weekend. It was unequivocally hapless for us to travel divided though any
points this time though we will only take divided a positives. Our gait was
very, unequivocally good, we fought for a lead and set a fastest competition lap.
We will pierce on to a final turn and try to get as many points as
possible, both for a BMW Motorrad Race Trophy and a South African Championship.”

 

 

MotoAmerica AMA/FIM North American Road Racing Championship in
Pittsburgh, USA.

 

For a eighth turn of a 2017 MotoAmerica AMA/FIM North American
Road Racing Championship (AMA), a BMW teams trafficked to Pittsburgh
International Raceway (USA). Sylvain Barrier (FRA / Brixx Performance)
finished a dual Superbike category races in 11th and eighth
respectively. Jason DiSalvo (USA / Scheibe Racing / Hayes Brakes)
crossed a line in 14th and 12th positions.

 

 

SuperBike Series Brasil in Londrina, Brazil.

 

The SuperBike Series Brasil (BRSBK) hold a fifth competition of a 2017
deteriorate in Londrina (BRA) during a weekend. Danilo Lewis (BRA / Tecfil
Havoline Racing Team) was a top placed BMW rider, channel the
line in sixth. Joelsu “Mitiko” (BRA / JC Racing Team) followed
immediately behind in seventh place. His team-mate Davi Lara Costa
(BRA) also claimed a top-ten result, finishing ninth.

 

 

Australian Superbike Championship during Morgan Park Raceway, Australia.

 

Morgan Park Raceway (AUS) was a venue for a fifth turn of the
2017 Australian Superbike Championship (ASBK). 18-year aged Troy
Guenther (AUS) of a NextGen Motorsports team, creation his series
entrance this season, was 14th in competition one though unsuccessful to
finish in competition two.

 

Troy Guenther: “It was a impression building weekend
here during Morgan Park. There were countless things that didn’t go to
plan, though infrequently that is a approach of a sport. I’ve come divided from
this weekend some-more dynamic than ever, and will be working
unequivocally tough in a subsequent dual weeks to repair myself as good as possible
to be clever when we bound on a bike during Sydney Motorsport Park.”