Podium finish for BMW group Völpker NRT48 in a FIM Endurance World Championship.

Munich. The BMW Motorrad Motorsport teams and experts in the
FIM Endurance World Championship (EWC) have been in movement again at
a weekend – and they have been successful. At a Oschersleben 8
Hours (GER), group Völpker NRT48 by Schubert-Motors distinguished second
place on a lectern of a Superstock class. There have been also
some-more lectern finishes for a BMW S 1000 RR racers in a new
Motorcycle Championship (MOTOCh) that hold a second turn at
Pannoniaring (HUN). At a second turn of a Italian Superbike
Championship (CIV) in Misano (ITA), a BMW riders had to cope with
churned and formidable conditions.



FIM Endurance World Championship in Oschersleben, Germany.


The Oschersleben 8 Hours, a third turn of a FIM Endurance World
Championship (EWC season), noted a prominence of a German
Speedweek in Oschersleben (GER) during a weekend. The continuation competition saw
a overwhelming opening from BMW group Völpker NRT48 by Schubert-Motors
during a tip of a Superstock category (EWC STK). At a home race, the
patrol with riders Jan Bühn (GER), Lucy Glöckner (GER) and Stefan
Kerschbaumer (AUT) distinguished second place on a STK podium. In the
altogether competition classification, a contingent claimed a clever seventh place
on a series 48 BMW S 1000 RR.


Team GERT56 by rs speedbikes was also confident with a performance
during a German EWC round. Regular supplement Rico Löwe (GER) was assimilated by
Filip Altendorfer (GER) and Tobias Kollan (GER). After 8 hours of
racing, a series 56 BMW S 1000 RR crossed a line in sixth place of
a Superstock category and in 13th overall. The highest
placed BMW group in a Superbike category (EWC SBK) was EKO IVRacing BMW
CSEU with riders Julian Mayer (AUT), Martin Choy (BUL) and Karel
Hanika (CZE). They finished ninth in category and 16th
overall. Team LRP Poland with riders Markus Reiterberger (GER), Lukas
Trautmann (AUT) and Dominik Vincon (GER) had competent for a stunning
third place on a grid though late during a competition due to a crash.


Jan Bühn: “For certain we had hoped to competition to the
lectern as it was a home competition for a group and as we riders know the
Oschersleben circuit flattering well. At Le Mans, a French teams had a
home advantage, that was since there was conjecture about us carrying a
lectern finish, though that we unequivocally achieved it creates us unequivocally happy
since in an continuation competition a lot of variable things can happen. We
had to understanding with a integrate of teenager issues though they did not cost us too
most time. On a whole, we had a trouble-free competition and everything
went according to plan. It was good fun to float together with Lucy
and Stefan. They both are unequivocally good people, divided from a lane too,
and we get on unequivocally well. It is a good start if we have a bond with
your team-mates and when all 3 float during a same level.”


Lucy Glöckner: “For me, it was a good race. It was
illusory to applaud such a success during home. Sure, we would have
favourite to win and fought for feat until a unequivocally finish though a very
tiny mistake cost us a seconds that were blank in a end. My
personal prominence was a final half hour as a group chose me to
float a final stint. we gave my unequivocally best and on some laps, we was as
quick as during a daytime. we only adore to float in a night. we am
some-more than unapproachable of my team, my team-mates and a sponsors, as all of
them contributed to this success.”


Ingo Nowaczyk (Team Principal Völpker NRT48 by
“It was critical for us to get by the
race, to strech a finish line and to be on a podium. This is
something that we did not conduct in a final 3 years so we are
some-more than happy now. It was a unequivocally tighten quarrel for positions one to
3 in a Superstock class. We fought until a unequivocally final lap. In
a end, Lucy crossed a line second of a class. A large appreciate we to
Lucy, Stefan, Jan, a whole group and a support of BMW Motorrad
Motorsport – we did a superb job!”


Karsten Wolf (Team Principal GERT56 by rs
“Stable, consistent, focused and unblemished –
this means 8 universe championship points. With a unequivocally good
13th place altogether and sixth place in a Superstock class
of this unequivocally rival universe championship during a home turn – we
finally achieved a outcome that meets a expectations. We wish to
appreciate all a fans, partners, sponsors and a specialists from Munich
as good as a organisers, marshals and helpers who capacitate us to
contest in this sport.”



Motorcycle Championship during a Pannoniaring, Hungary.


The teams and riders of a newly founded Motorcycle Championship
(MOTOCh) met during Hungarian Pannoniaring during a weekend to contest in
a second turn of a season. As they did during a screen raiser, the
BMW S 1000 RR racers claimed several lectern finishes. In a Superbike
category (MOTOCh SBK), Miloš Cihak (CZE / BMW Motorrad CSEU) finished
both races in second place while his team-mate Richard Balcar (CZE)
took dual fourth positions. In a Superstock category (MOTOCh STK),
Michal Prášek (CZE / Rohac and Feijta motoracing Team) scored two
second places on a rostrum, while Stefan Cirbus (CZE / Cirpal
Racing) crossed a line twice in third position.



Italian Superbike Championship in Misano, Italy.


The second turn of a 2017 Italian Superbike Championship (CIV) was
hold during Misano (ITA) during a weekend. On a Adriatic coast, a BMW
riders and specialists had to cope with churned continue conditions. It
rained during Saturday’s competition that resulted in a soppy track. Lorenzo
Lanzi (ITA) was a top placed BMW supplement on his Tutapista Corse
BMW S 1000 RR. He crossed a line in ninth.


For competition dual on Sunday a skies had privileged again and conditions
were dry. This time, Matteo Ferrari (ITA / DMR Racing) missed the
lectern by only one position. He crossed a line in fourth. His
team-mate Denni Schiavoni (ITA) finished a competition in sixth.