Fifth and sixth places for Michael outpost der Mark on WorldSBK Sunday during San Juan.

San Juan. Having already claimed sixth mark in Saturday’s race
during San Juan (ARG), Michael outpost der Mark (NED) reached a tip six
again in both races on Sunday. The BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team rider
cumulative fifth place in a morning’s Superpole competition and afterwards crossed
a line in sixth once again in a categorical competition on his BMW M 1000 RR.
Eugene Laverty (IRL) finished Sunday’s races in 15th and 16th
positions. San Juan was hosting a penultimate turn of a 2021
deteriorate in a FIM Superbike World Championship (WorldSBK).

 

Van der Mark began Sunday morning’s Superpole competition from sixth place.
He fell behind a small during a opening laps and was eighth on lap
three, wedged into a parsimonious group. Van der Mark prevailed over his
rivals in a second half of a race, operative his approach adult to fifth and
that was a position in that he crossed a line after 10 laps.
Laverty began a Superpole competition from twelfth place. He altered adult to
tenth after a good start before losing dual positions again as the
initial path progressed. He remained in twelfth until a penultimate lap
before slipping behind down to fifteenth.

 

In a second categorical race, outpost der Mark done a good start and  battled
divided in fifth place in a heading group. He was requesting vigour on
a riders brazen as he directed for fourth place. however he mislaid a place
towards a median indicate of a competition and fell behind to sixth.
Nonetheless, outpost der Mark remained in hold though a opening to a top
5 stretched out a small on a shutting laps. He was never in
risk of losing sixth position before channel a line after
completing 21 laps. Laverty endured a formidable second categorical race. He
started from eleventh place and fell behind to 17th during a opening
laps. Laverty did benefit one position on a penultimate lap, crossing
a line in 16th place.

 

The deteriorate culmination for a WorldSBK 2021 will take place from 19th to
21st Nov during a new Mandalika circuit in Indonesia.

 

Quotes after competition dual during San Juan.

 

Shaun Muir, Team Principal BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team:
“A good outcome currently from Michael on a BMW M 1000 RR. From
where we started on Friday to where we finished currently has been
illusory tough work from him and his organisation and a covenant to a steps
that we have taken. We never utterly got a possibility for a lectern today
though a fifth and dual sixth-places in a 3 races is a good reward
for a tough work. To finish 8 seconds behind a leader and just
a integrate of seconds off a lectern in today’s categorical competition only shows how
most alleviation we have done with a bike so it was good work by
Mickey and his team. Eugene unfortunately struggled today. In
practice, he and Michael rode together and they substituted places to see
where Eugene had issues though it seems that we could not send that
into gentle settings so Eugene was struggling both in the
Superpole competition and in a categorical race. It is a contrition for him as he had
deserved most improved formula than these. Thanks to Eugene for stepping
in for Tom during a final 3 rounds. Now we are looking brazen to
Tom’s lapse in Indonesia.”

 

Michael outpost der Mark, BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team: “It
has been a good Sunday. This morning in warm-up, we attempted something
opposite with a bike though in a finish we weren’t unequivocally certain so we
went behind to yesterday’s set-up. In a Superpole race, we had a good
race, we had fun and enjoyed it a lot. we had some good battles and was
flattering fast, faster than yesterday. It was good to start from fifth on
a grid for competition two. we had an fine start and was in a group
fighting for a podium. To be honest, in a commencement we was
struggling a bit with a full fuel tank. Towards a finish of a race
we was alone though we was roving a good gait and it was good to see what
we can do. we consider that it has been an altogether good weekend. We take
some good points home and it was good to be means to quarrel with the
guys for a lectern currently in competition dual though for certain we need to be a
small bit faster.”

 

Eugene Laverty, BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team:
“Altogether, from my side, it has been a really tough weekend.
we struggled to make progress. We altered a bike to urge my
feeling and we never done any vital breakthrough. Also in a last
competition to finish outward a points after giving my all over the
whole competition was a sour tablet to swallow so we am unhappy with my
performance. All a guys in a group deserved a improved outcome but
unfortunately we wasn’t means to broach it. Thanks for this great
event to be in a group for these 3 rounds. we am just
unhappy with myself that we could not do more.”