Jerez de la Frontera. Celebrations for a Graphenano EasyRace
SBK Team: Carmelo Morales (ESP) has successfully shielded his title
in a Spanish Championship (RFME CEV). Morales was crowned champion
for a second time in a quarrel on his BMW S 1000 RR during a weekend.
This represents a third pretension in a quarrel for a Graphenano EasyRace
SBK Team. Morales’ success takes a series of titles won this
deteriorate by racers from a BMW Motorrad Motorsport village to ten.
The final spin of a RFME CEV took place in Jerez de la Frontera in
a south of Spain. The deteriorate drew to a tighten with dual races, one on
a Saturday and one on Sunday, however, Morales had already wrapped
things adult by a finish of day one. The BMW supplement went into a season
culmination with a gentle lead of 31 points, though bad continue during the
start of a weekend done life distant from easy for him.
A shining fightback in difficult, soppy conditions in Saturday’s race
meant he not usually finished on a podium, though also cumulative a title.
Morales was forced to settle for 14th place on a grid
following a rain-dominated qualifying, though gradually worked his way
by a margin in a competition and eventually came home third. In doing
so, he warranted himself an irrefutable lead going into Sunday’s race.
With a vigour off, Morales was means to spin on a character on
Sunday. In dry, balmy conditions, he finished a deteriorate in a manner
estimable of a champion – with win series 5 of a year and another
fastest lap. Top-ten finishes also went to BMW racers Marcos Solorza
(ESP / Castromaroto Racing), with sixth place on Saturday, and his
team-mate Pedro Rodriguez (ESP), who came home tenth on Sunday.
Morales’ team-mate Julian Miralles (ESP) finished 17th and
11th. This alike to fifth and second in a RFME CEV Open
category and gave Miralles sufficient points to secure a Open class
Carmelo Morales: “The sleet played massacre with our
plans, as we did not have good conditions in any of a practice
sessions. we had to start from good behind on Saturday, though gave it my
all but unequivocally giving a outcome most thought. Only when I
returned to a pits was we told that we had won a title. we am
overjoyed. It is good to win a pretension in such formidable conditions.
It was afterwards glorious to finish a deteriorate with a win. We knew we were good
in dry conditions, and we valid that. The bike and a tyres were
ideal and we had a lot of fun. After a deteriorate culmination like that, we
can conduct into a mangle in high spirits and start to consider about 2019.
Thank we to BMW, Dunlop and a group for all their work and effort.
They were instrumental in ensuring that a deteriorate worked out so well.”