IRRC, FSBK and FR EU: 5 wins and a sum of 12 lectern finishes in 6 races for a BMW S 1000 RR racers.

Munich. Three competition series, 3 times large success for a BMW
Motorrad Motorsport family: in a 6 races hold during a weekend in
a particular championships, a BMW S 1000 RR racers distinguished no
fewer than 5 wins and a sum of 12 lectern finishes. Sébastien Le
Grelle (BEL) led a clever BMW array during a deteriorate opener of the
2017 International Road Racing Championship (IRRC) during Hengelo (NED).
He won both races, while Didier Grams (GER) and Marek Červený (CZE)
assimilated him on a podium. In a French Superbike Championship
(FSBK), Kenny Foray (FRA) was winning in Nogaro (FRA) and took
a altogether championship lead. At a same venue, Michel Amalric
(FRA) and Cyril Brunet-Lugardon (FRA) took a wins in a French
European Bikes Championship (FR EU). With their results, a riders
took a good points transport for a 2017 BMW Motorrad Race Trophy.



International Road Racing Championship in Hengelo, a Netherlands.


The Varsselring in Hengelo (NED) hosted a International Road Racing
Championship (IRRC) 2017 deteriorate opener. The BMW S 1000 RR highway racers
continued what they did final year – they dominated a series. The
clever array of BMW Motorrad Motorsport riders was led by Sébastien Le
Grelle (BEL) of group Herpigny Motors – BMW Motorrad Belux. The Belgian
won both races and set a fastest competition path on both occasions. German
highway racing ace Didier Grams (GG Motorsport by Todoracing)
finished both heats in second. Marek Červený (CZE / Wepol Safemetal
Racing) was fourth in competition one and also stepped onto a lectern after
a second race, when he claimed third position. This second competition saw
a 1-2-3-4 outcome for a BMW riders, as Martin Pärtelpoig (EST / MBH
Superbike Team) finished a top-4 in fourth place.


Didier Grams: “It was a good weekend and it went
unequivocally good for us. we was second in both timed practices and afterwards to
finish second on a lectern in both races was fantastic. we am really
unequivocally gratified with a deteriorate opener. We had no incidents, we collected
a good volume of points, a BMW S 1000 RR was good and a group did
a glorious job. we only have to work on my possess opening a small bit
in sequence to try to kick Sébastien Le Grelle. But altogether it is looking
unequivocally good.”



French Superbike Championship in Nogaro, France.


Kenny Foray (FRA) of a Tecmas Racing Team enjoyed a successful
weekend in a French Superbike Championship (FSBK). The array held
a second spin of a 2017 deteriorate during Nogaro in a South of France.
In competition one, Foray cumulative third on a podium, while in competition two, he
was unbeatable on his BMW S 1000 RR. The Frenchman distinguished his
initial win of a deteriorate and also set a fastest competition lap. The results
give Foray a altogether lead in a FSBK championship standings.


Kenny Foray: “It was a good weekend for us. In the
initial race, we found a unequivocally good stroke though it would have been very
formidable to take a win since Jeremy Guarnoni was unequivocally quick during the
front. In competition two, we took a lead on a opening path and we kept it
until a finish line to take a win. we am unequivocally happy and we hope
that this was only a initial of many victories.”



French European Bikes Championship in Nogaro, France.


The French European Bikes Championship (FR EU) also hold a second
spin of a 2017 deteriorate during Nogaro (FRA) during a weekend. In a first
of a dual races, a BMW riders were a widespread force. They secured
a top-5 lockout for a BMW S 1000 RR. Michel Amalric (FRA) of the
Tecmas Racing Team took a win after a illusory conflict during a front.
Cyril Brunet-Lugardon (FRA / Gers Moto Vitesse Ordannaise) set the
fastest path and finished second on his home lane – only 0.044 seconds
behind Amalric. Julien Brun (FRA / JB Racing Team) assimilated them on the
lectern in third. Fabien Gabrielian (FRA / FG Racing) and Hernani
Teixeira (FRA / Team ERT Motorshow) finished a success in fourth
and fifth position.


In competition two, it was Brunet-Lugardon’s spin to take to a tip step of
a podium. With an considerable 16 second advantage, he distinguished his
initial feat of a season. He also set a fastest path again.
Amalric was third, while Brun and Gabrielian followed in fourth and
fifth. After a second spin of a season, Brunet-Lugardon is the
altogether leader. His younger hermit Florian Brunet-Lugardon (FRA) did
not contest in a races.