Endurance World Championship: second place on a lectern for BMW Team Penz13.com during a mythological Bol d’Or.

Munich. The FIM Endurance World Championship (EWC) 2017/18
deteriorate has started with a good outcome for a BMW teams: during a Bol
d’Or during Le Castellet (FRA), Wepol BMW Motorrad by Penz13.com raced
to second place on a podium, and a sum of 3 BMW S 1000 RRs
finished a continuation classical in a tip 5 positions. In the
MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship (WorldSBK), Jordi Torres
(ESP) of a Althea BMW Racing Team claimed a sixth and a fifth
place in a Portimão races (POR). The British Superbike
Championship (BSB) was in movement during Oulton Park (GBR) during the
weekend, with dual lectern finishes for a BMW riders in the
Superstock class. At Sepang International Circuit (MAS),

Muhammad Farid Badrul Hisam (MAS) extended his altogether lead in
a Malaysia Superbike Championship (MSC).



FIM Endurance World Championship during Le Castellet, France.


The 81st book of a mythological Bol d’Or during Le Castellet
in Southern France noted a 2017/18 deteriorate screen raiser in a FIM
Endurance World Championship (EWC). Five private BMW teams, supported
on site by BMW Motorrad Motorsport, were in a clever margin of nearly
60 teams. Three of them finished a 24-hour continuation classical in the
tip five, securing a illusory outcome for a BMW racing family.


The BMW array was led by group Wepol BMW Motorrad by Penz13.com that
had returned to a EWC for a one-off entrance – and celebrated
second place on a podium. Team Principal Rico Penzkofer (GER) formed
his patrol for a Bol d’Or during unequivocally brief notice, with Markus
Reiterberger (GER), Alessandro Polita (ITA) and Danny Webb (GBR)
pity duties on a #13 BMW S 1000 RR. Starting from 11th
on a grid, a group worked a approach towards a front over a 24
hours. After 21 hours, they had reached a lectern positions, running
in third, and afterwards in a 23rd hour, they serve improved
to second place. Reiterberger hold a position until he crossed the
line on a RR.


Team Völpker NRT48 Schubert Motors by ERC also gave an impressive
performance. The immature team, with riders Stefan Kerschbaumer (AUT),
Jan Bühn (GER) and Lucy Glöckner (GER), debuted in a EWC Superbike
category and fought for a lectern to a checkered flag. Glöckner gave
her all to secure third place for a #48 RR. After an exciting
finish, a group was fourth, blank a lectern usually by 0.9 seconds.
The tip 5 were finished by another BMW, a #21 RR of IVRacing BMW
CSEU, ridden by Karel Hanika (CZE), Fabrizio Lai (ITA) and Julian
Mayer (AUT). The other dual BMW teams late during a race: Tecmas
Team BMW and LRP Poland.


Markus Reiterberger: “I’m unequivocally happy. Second place
during a Bol d’Or is a outcome nothing of us had expected. We hoped for it
and we knew we could get it if all worked well. In the
beginning, we had a problem with a starter send and forsaken several
positions though we fought behind and in sold my both team-mates from
highway racing did a shining job. It all worked unequivocally good and our
coherence was a pivotal to success in this race. It was glorious team
work and a unequivocally good weekend.”


Alex Polita: “I’m unequivocally happy, since a Bol d’Or
was my initial continuation competition and a initial on a competition lane in a long
time. We had a problem in a night use and it was formidable to
float in a dark, though in a competition we could pull with a group mates.
To finish on a lectern here creates me unequivocally happy.”


Danny Webb:
“It is an extraordinary feeling, to stand
adult there and see all a people and get to mist champagne; it’s an
implausible feeling. we haven’t had this for a while and to do it at
World Championship spin is only incredible. We were an outstanding
team, Alex, Reiti and a whole team. we wish to contend appreciate we for a opportunity.”


Rico Penzkofer: “I’m some-more than gratified with this
result. This time lady fitness was on a side and others had a bad
luck, though in a few weeks’ time it’s not critical – we only demeanour at
a results. I’m happy we could uncover what we are means of. We know
that Markus is always fast, though what Danny and Alex showed was
amazing. They didn’t know a lane and both rode in a dim for the
initial time. It creates me unequivocally happy that they were means to set such
quick times.”



MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship during Portimão, Portugal.


The tenth spin of a 2017 MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship
(WorldSBK) was hold during Portimão in a south of Portugal. On the
severe track, Jordi Torres (ESP) of a Althea BMW Racing Team
cumulative dual clever results. He finished Saturday’s competition in sixth and
was fifth on Sunday. His team-mate Raffaele De Rosa (ITA) finished the
initial competition in 11th though unsuccessful to finish competition two.



FIM Superstock 1000 European Championship during Portimão, Portugal.


Portimão (POR) also hosted a seventh competition of a 2017 FIM
Superstock 1000 European Championship (STK1000). Sébastien Suchet
(SUI) of a Berclaz Racing Team was a top placed BMW rider,
channel a line in seventh. His team-mate Federico Sandi (ITA) was
again fighting for a lectern though had to retire due to a technical issue.


Federico Sandi: “Of march we am not happy because,
like in a prior races, we had a lectern in reach, though that is
racing. we am a small bit unhappy though a opening creates me
certain for a entrance rounds in France and Spain.”



British Superbike Championship during Oulton Park, Great Britain.


With a tenth spin of a 2017 British Superbike Championship (BSB)
during Oulton Park (GBR) a “Showdown” for a pretension began. One of the
6 riders fighting for a championship climax is BMW racer Peter
Hickman (GBR / Smiths Racing BMW). He was detrimental in competition one that was
hold in churned conditions. Hickman was third after a opening path but
afterwards forsaken some places. When a competition was red-flagged after 15 laps,
he had to settle for eighth. In competition two, Hickman crossed a line in
fourth place. In a altogether standings, he is now fifth, 41
points behind personality Leon Haslam (GBR, Kawasaki). Christian Iddon (GBR
/ Tyco BMW) also cumulative a top-ten finish in a wily conditions
with ninth in competition two.


In a Superstock category (BSB STK), dual races were hold during Oulton Park
and on both occasions, a BMW supplement stepped onto a podium. In the
initial race, Chrissy Rouse (GBR / Mission Racing) finished third. He
was followed by 3 some-more BMW racers in a top-six: Michael Rutter
(GBR / Bathams SMT Racing) was fourth, Adam Jenkinson (GBR / Northern
Escalator Installations) fifth and Josh Elliott (GBR / Tyco BMW)
sixth. In competition two, it was Elliott’s spin to float onto a lectern in
third. Jenkinson was seventh and Rutter eighth that time.



Malaysia Superbike Championship in Sepang, Malaysia.


The 2017 Malaysia Superbike Championship (MSC) resumed during a weekend
with a fourth and penultimate spin during Sepang International Circuit
(MAS). In a Superbike category (MSC SBK), Muhammad Farid Badrul Hisam
(MAS / HKM Times Bike Racing Team) done a outrageous step towards winning
a title. He was second in competition one and combined another feat to his
total in a second race. With those results, a BMW supplement extended
his altogether lead and has a best pretension possibility when a final spin is
hold in November.


There was also a lectern finish for a BMW supplement in a Superstock
category (MSC STK). Shahrulnizam Ramli (MAS / Kakikloudkartel Racing
Team) was third in competition two. In a initial competition he had finished tenth.
Nasarudin Mat Yusop (MAS / BMW Motorrad Malaysia Team) crossed the
line in fifth both times.



MotoAmerica AMA/FIM North American Road Racing Championship at
a Barber Motorsports Park, USA.


The 2017 deteriorate of a MotoAmerica AMA/FIM North American Road Racing
Championship (AMA) drew to a tighten with a final spin hold during Barber
Motorsport Park (USA). Jason Di Salvo (USA / Scheibe Racing / Hayes
Brakes) finished a deteriorate with dual clever results, claiming eighth
place in initial competition and fifth in competition two. Martin Biernacki (USA / MB
Motorsports Racing) crossed a line in 12th and
11th positions.