FIM EWC: Second on a grid for BMW Motorrad World Endurance Team during 12 Hours of Estoril.

Estoril. The
BMW Motorrad World Endurance Team will start a 12-hour race
in Estoril (POR), a second turn of a 2021 FIM Endurance World
Championship (FIM EWC), from second on a grid with a #37 BMW M
1000 RR. In a two-part subordinate event on Thursday and Friday,
a 3 riders Xavi Forés (ESP), Markus Reiterberger (GER) and
Kenny Foray (FRA) achieved an normal path time of 1:38,773 minutes,
subordinate in second place.

 

After contrast on Tuesday, a ‘12 Hours of Estoril’ strictly got
underway with a giveaway use event during lunchtime on Thursday.
Reiterberger got a best time of 1:39.094 mins with a #37 M RR.
Forés kick this in qualifying, securing a best time of a day with
a time of 1:38.707 minutes. The normal times of a best times of
any of a team’s riders are used to calculate a starting positions.

 

The 12-hour competition in Estoril gets underway during 9.00 a.m. internal time
(10.00 a.m. CEST) on Saturday (17th July). The highwayman BMW Team LRP
Poland will start a competition from 14th on a grid with their #90 BMW S
1000 RR.

 

Quotes after subordinate for a ‘12 Hours of Estoril’.

 

Werner Daemen, Team Manager BMW Motorrad World Endurance Team:
“I am utterly happy about qualifying. All 3 riders did a
really good job. Xavi and Markus both rode 1:38 times, that was very
strong, and also Kenny did a really good job. He went out in a end
when there was oil on a track, though still bettered his path time. we am
generally really happy about a competition pace, and that is many important.
We are among a frontrunners, all looks good, a group atmosphere is
good. we design an engaging quarrel for a initial 3 places.”

 

Markus Reiterberger: “We can be gratified with the
subordinate sessions. We all rode on a same set of tyres yesterday.
Xavi got a illusory time, and afterwards Kenny and we were on used tyres,
though still did well. It was cooler this morning and everybody was using
new tyres. All 3 of us softened on a times. Second place is
impossibly critical for a start. Now we will come adult with a good
plan for tomorrow. No doubt it will be a tough, long, prohibited race.
But we are all feeling good and are happy with a path times and the
feeling on a bike. Thanks go to a team, and now it’s time to go
full stifle in a race.”

 

Xavi Forés: “It was a certain subordinate for us
since all 3 of us riders have been some-more or reduction on a same
pace, that is utterly good for a race. Starting from second position
is indeed utterly good since we have a good gait for a whole race
stretch and a tyre life also has been utterly good. We will try to
pull hard, to quarrel for a win, to grasp a clever outcome for the
group and to collect critical points for a championship.”

 

Kenny Foray: “It was a good qualifying, even if we was
not totally assured with my second session. It was formidable to
conduct a tyre and we didn’t have a transparent lap. But altogether we are
happy with a competition gait and a feeling with a competition tyre. So for
me, we am assured for tomorrow. As we always say: The competition is
tomorrow, though it is good to secure second place in qualifying.”