More wins and podiums for BMW riders in general and inhabitant championships.

Munich. The FIM Endurance World Championship (FIM EWC) BMW
teams resolved a 2017/18 deteriorate with a Suzuka 8 Hours (JPN) at
a weekend. In a International Road Racing Championship (IRRC),
Danny Webb (GBR) extended his altogether lead in Chimay (BEL). There
were also 3 one-two-threes and a top-four lock-out in a Alpe
Adria Road Racing Championship (AARR) and a International German
Championship (IDM). Furthermore, a BMW S 1000 RR also enjoyed
victories and podiums in Italy and Malaysia.



FIM Endurance World Championship during Suzuka, Japan.


The BMW teams brought a screen down on a FIM Endurance World
Championship (FIM EWC) 2017/18 deteriorate during a Suzuka 8 Hours endurance
race. This is a many critical competition of a year for a Japanese
manufacturers. As such, they contest with works teams bolstered by top
general riders. The clever margin also featured 9 BMW S 1000 RRs.


The best-placed BMW group was BMW Motorrad39 in 13th place.
The #39 RR was ridden by Daisaku Sakai (JPN), Damian Cudlin (AUS) and
Alexander Cudlin (AUS). They were followed over a finish line by a
serve dual BMWs. Mercury Racing and riders Karel Hanika (CZE),
Sylvain Barrier (FRA) and Ondrej Jezek (CZE) came home
14th. 15th place went to BMW Financial Services
135 with British BSB riders Michael Laverty and Christian Iddon
pity a roving duties with Japan’s Shinya Takeishi. German team
NRT48 finished 21st with Kenny Foray (FRA), Peter Hickman
(GBR) and Julien Da Costa (FRA) swapping on a #48 RR.


The deteriorate drew to a tighten during Suzuka – though a mangle is not a long
one. The 2018/19 deteriorate kicks off in mid-September with a iconic Bol
d’Or 24-hour competition during Le Castellet (FRA).



International Road Racing Championship during Chimay, Belgium.


Chimay in Belgium hosted turn 4 of a 2018 International Road
Racing Championship 2018 (IRRC). As during all of this season’s previous
competition weekends, Danny Webb (GBR) took limit points on a BMW S 1000
RR run by a Wepol Racing by Penz13 team. In doing so, he extended
his advantage during a tip of a championship table.


Webb finished runner-up in both Chimay races. However, as both
victories went to Belgian guest starter Vincent Lonbois, who was not
authorised to measure points, Webb picked adult a limit points on offer
for initial place both times. Didier Grams (GER / GG Motorsport by
BMW Motorrad) came home third in both races to acquire a mark on the
podium. Marek Červený (CZE / Wepol Racing by Penz13) and Erno Kostamo
(FIN / Markka Racing) both took fourth and fifth places.



Alpe Adria Road Racing Championship during Grobnik, Croatia.


The Alpe Adria Road Racing Championship (AARR) was during Grobnik,
Croatia, for a fourth eventuality of a 2018 season. Two successful BMW
riders from a Superbike difficulty (AARR SBK) were blank from Grobnik,
as they were contesting a final turn of this season’s FIM Endurance
World Championship (FIM EWC) in Suzuka (JPN) with their Mercury Racing
team: Czechs Karel Hanika and Ondrej Jezek (CZE). The best-placed BMW
supplement in a Superbike races during Grobnik was Ireneusz Sikora (POL / BMW
Sikora Motorsport) in seventh and sixth.


There were dual one-two-threes for BMW riders in a Superstock class
(AARR STK). The widespread male stays Michal Filla (CZE / BMW Sikora
Motorsport): He once again won both races to explain win numbers seven
and 8 of a season. Michal Prášek (CZE / Rohac-Fejta Motoracing
Team) finished runner-up on both occasions. Third place in both races
went to Arnaud Friedrich (GER / Team LRP Poland).



International German Championship during Schleiz, Germany.


BMW riders sojourn a widespread force in a International German
Championship (IDM). They dominated a competition weekend during Schleiz (GER)
with a top-four lock-out and a one-two-three.


At a conduct of a field, Ilya Mikhalchik (UKR /
alpha-Racing-Van-Zon-BMW) and Bastien Mackels (BEL / Wilbers BMW
Racing) were inextricable in stirring battles in both races. Mikhalchik
eventually had his nose in front on both occasions, channel the
finish line only forward of Mackels in second place. In competition one,
Mikhalchik’s lead was only 0.886 seconds, while his advantage in race
dual was a small 0.198 seconds.


Mikhalchik’s team-mate Julian Puffe (GER), who cumulative his initial IDM
stick position during Schleiz, finished third in both races to explain the
final mark on a podium. Pepijn Bijsterbosch dull off a top-four
lock-out in competition one.



Italian Superbike Championship during Misano, Italy.


Misano, on Italy’s Adriatic coast, hosted a Italian Superbike
Championship (CIV) during a weekend. The eventuality yielded 3 podium
finishes for BMW racers. Roberto Tamburini (ITA), unchanging supplement with
a Berclaz Racing Team in a FIM Superstock 1000 European
Championship (STK1000), took his place on a lectern after both races,
finishing second and third. Luca Vitali (ITA / DMR Racing) finished
third in competition one.



Italian National Trophy 1000 during Misano, Italy.


The Italian National Trophy 1000 (INT) was also during Misano (ITA) for
a fourth competition of a 2018 season. BMW supplement Federico D’Annunzio
(ITA) took his third win of a season. He came home some-more than three
seconds forward of a second-placed rider. Fellow BMW racer Remo
Castellarin (ITA) finished third to join him on a podium. A further
3 BMW riders assigned positions 4 to six: Luca Salvadori (ITA),
Stefano Cruciano (ITA) and Alessandro Polita (ITA).



Malaysia Superbike Championship during Sepang, Malaysia.


The Sepang International Circuit nearby Kuala Lumpur (MAS) was the
venue for turn dual of this season’s Malaysia Superbike Championship
(MSC). BMW supplement Amirul Hafig Azmi (MAS / TOC HKMTOYO Racing Team)
finished a full programme in pleasant temperatures, competing in
both a Superbike (MSC SBK) and a Superstock difficulty (MSC STK). That
meant a tiresome 4 races in one day for a Malaysian RR rider.


Hafig Azmi finished runner-up in competition dual of a Superbike class. In
a Superstock category, he came home second in competition one, before
claiming his initial win of a deteriorate in competition two. Sharulnizam Ramli
(MAS / FTA Liqui Moly Racing) finished third in a second Superstock
competition to join Hafig Azmi on a podium.