Five wins in total: BMW riders Kenny Foray, Michal Filla and Jordan Szoke browbeat their championships.

Munich. Last weekend delivered some-more wins and podiums for BMW
racers. In a French Superbike Championship (FSBK), defending
champion Kenny Foray (FRA) won both races in Magny-Cours (FRA).
Michal Filla (CZE) also triumphed in both races in a Alpe Adria
Road Racing Championship Superstock category (AARR STK) during the
Pannoniaring in Hungary. Arnaud Friedrich (GER) also reached the
podium. In a Canadian Superbike Championship (CSBK), Jordan Szoke,
Ben Young and Samuel Trépanier (all CAN) claimed first, second and
third places on a St. Eustache (CAN) rostrum. Florian
Brunet-Lugardon and Jonathan Germany (both FRA) also reached the
lectern in a French European Bikes Championship (FR EU).



French Superbike Championship during Magny-Cours, France.


Reigning champion Kenny Foray (FRA) and his Tecmas Racing Team
enjoyed a ideal weekend in a French Superbike Championship (FBSK).
In a fourth eventuality of a deteriorate during Magny-Cours (FRA), Foray started
both races from stick position, distinguished dual wins with his BMW S 1000
RR and available a fastest path both times. Camille Hedelin (FRA)
finished in seventh-place twice. Foray’s Tecmas team-mate Maxime
Bonnot (FRA) cumulative initial place in a Superbike Challenger class
(SBK Ch) in both races. Bonnot finished a dual races in tenth overall.


Kenny Foray: “It was a unequivocally good weekend for us
since we took dual stick positions, dual victories and dual fastest race
laps. So it was usually perfect. In competition one, we had unequivocally good gait and
we could shortly build a opening to a rest of a field. That was cool. The
second competition was a bit formidable since during a final stages we had
to conflict with Jeremy Guarnoni. we usually overtook him on a final lap
to finish first. That was a unequivocally good feeling and we am unequivocally happy
for everybody.”



Alpe Adria Road Racing Championship during a Pannoniaring, Hungary.


The Alpe Adria Road Racing Championship (AARR) visited the
Pannoniaring in Hungary for a third eventuality of a 2018 season. The
many successful BMW supplement so distant in a Superbike category (AARR SBK),
Mercury Racing Team’s Karel Hanika (CZE), was incompetent to contest in the
races due to a damaged collarbone. The best-placed BMW supplement during the
Pannoniaring was his team-mate Ondrej Jezek (CZE), finishing in fifth
and sixth positions.


BMW racer Michal Filla (CZE / BMW Sikora Motorsport) stays the
widespread force in a Superstock category (AARR STK). He won both races
again to applaud his fifth and sixth wins of a season. In race
one, Arnaud Friedrich (GER / Team LRP Poland) finished second to
finish a one-two finish for BMW. Friedrich claimed fourth place in
a second race.



French Superbike Championship during Magny-Cours, France.


The French European Bikes Championship (FR EU) also took place at
Magny-Cours (FRA). In sum there were 4 podiums for BMW riders:
fortifying champion Florian Brunet-Lugardon (FRA / Gers Moto Vitesse
Ordannaise) finished second in a dual races, while Jonathan Germany
(FRA) reached a soap-box by finishing third both times.
Brunet-Lugardon still tops a championship standings, forward of
Germany in second place.



Canadian Superbike Championship during St. Eustache, Canada.


The BMW S 1000 RR riders claimed another purify brush of a podium
positions during a third competition of a 2018 Canadian Superbike
Championship (CSBK) during St. Eustache (CAN). The successful BMW line-up
was headed once again by record champion Jordan Szoke (CAN / Mopar
Express Lane BMW Superbike Team), who distinguished his eighth
uninterrupted win – including final season’s tally. Second place went to
Ben Young (CAN / Ben Young Racing). Samuel Trépanier (CAN / Blysk
Racing) started from tenth place and changed adult to third to finish the
top-three lock-out.



Australian Superbike Championship during a Hidden Valley
Raceway, Australia.


The 2018 Australian Superbike Championship (ASBK) deteriorate resumed at
a Hidden Valley Raceway in Northern Australia after a two-month
mangle when a Superbike racers competed in dual races. In competition one,
BMW racer Glenn Allerton (AUS) rode his NextGen Motorsports Team BMW S
1000 RR to a fifth-place finish. Allerton usually only missed out on the
lectern in a second competition by finishing fourth, usually half a second
after a tip three.