Top-three and top-four result: BMW riders sojourn in a category of their possess in Canada.

Munich. The British Superbike Championship (BSB) stopped off
during Brands Hatch (GBR) during a weekend, where Keith Farmer (GBR) and
Alex Olsen (GBR) picked adult dual podiums any in a Superstock class
(BSB STK). BMW riders continue to browbeat a Canadian Superbike
Championship (CSBK). They picked adult top-three and top-four results
during a Atlantic Motorsport Park (CAN). Jordan Szoke (CAN) won both
races, Samuel Trepanier (CAN) and Ben Young (CAN) also finished on
a podium. In a SuperBike Series Brasil (BRSBK), Alex Barros
(BRA) clinched a lectern in São Paulo (BRA).

 

 

British Superbike Championship during Brands Hatch, Great Britain.

 

The sixth competition weekend on a British Superbike Championship (BSB)
calendar was hold on Britain’s prolonged Brands Hatch Grand Prix circuit.
Christian Iddon (GBR / Tyco BMW Motorrad) was a best BMW supplement in
both Superbike category (BSB SBK) races. He was in lectern row for
most of a initial race, eventually channel a finish line in fifth
place. Iddon finished sixth in competition two. Peter Hickman (GBR / Smiths
Racing BMW) finished in sixth and tenth places. Iddon’s team-mate
Michael Laverty (GBR) finished a dual races in tenth and eleventh.

 

In a Superstock category (BSB STK), 3 races were hold during Brands
Hatch: dual uninterrupted races on Saturday, with half a array of
points being awarded for any race, and one on Sunday. In a first
competition on Saturday, Keith Farmer (GBR / Tyco BMW Motorrad) finished
second on a podium. In competition two, Farmer set a fastest path before
timid though ASTRO – JJR Racing’s Alex Olsen (GBR) represented BMW on
a podium, in third place. In competition 3 on Sunday, both riders
finished on a podium: Farmer was second again with Olsen in third.
Farmer retains a lead in a championship standings.

 

 

Canadian Superbike Championship during a Atlantic Motorsport
Park, Canada.

 

In a Canadian Superbike Championship (CSBK) during a weekend, BMW
racers continue to set a pace. Two races were hold during a fourth and
penultimate eventuality of a season, during a Atlantic Motorsport Park (CAN)
– culmination with top-three and top-four formula for a BMW S 1000 RR.
Record champion Jordan Szoke (CAN / Mopar Express Lane BMW Superbike
Team) continued his winning streak, finishing initial in both races and
holding a outrageous step towards winning his 13th pretension in a CSBK.

 

In competition one, starting from stick position, Szoke distinguished a clear
start-to-finish victory. He finished with a lead of around four
seconds over his second-placed associate BMW supplement Ben Young (CAN / Ben
Young Racing). Third place on a lectern went to Samuel Trepanier (CAN
/ Blysk Racing).

 

The second competition was a genuine thriller. Szoke and Trepanier delivered a
retaining duel for a win during a front. Trepanier pulled off a plucky
stratagem to pass a record champion and take a lead, though made
a mistake shortly before a checkered flag. Szoke pounced on the
blunder to bind his subsequent win with a lead of one thousandth of a
second. Finishing in second place, Trepanier equalled his best CSBK
outcome to date. Young finished third, creation it onto a lectern again,
and Michael Leon (CAN / Royal Distributing Racing Team) dull off
a BMW top-four result. The deteriorate finale, with dual some-more races, will
be hold during Bowmanville (CAN) in mid-August.

 

Jordan Szoke: “It’s unequivocally overwhelming to come out on top
since we’ve all been operative unequivocally hard. In competition two, Sam pulled
off a good pass and we suspicion maybe he was going to take off, though he
done a tiny mistake there and when we get a possibility like that you
have to take it. These guys pushed me 100% to my limit, we didn’t slow
down during all. This lane is only so difficult, though we theory we didn’t do
too bad for an aged man.”

 

 

MotoAmerica during Utah Motorsports Campus, USA.

 

The MotoAmerica (MA) was during a Utah Motorsports Campus (USA) during the
weekend. In a dual Superbike category (MA SBK) races, BMW supplement Danny
Eslick (USA / Scheibe Racing) finished in eighth and seventh places.
In a Superstock category (MA STK) race, Chad Swain (USA /Hustle Hard
Racing) in fourth was a best-placed BMW rider. Jeremy Coffey (USA /
Superbike Underground) was right behind him, in fifth place. Travis
Wyman (USA / Weir Everywhere Racing) was seventh. Wyman is currently
in second place in a championship standings.

 

 

SuperBike Series Brasil in São Paulo, Brazil.

 

The SuperBike Series Brasil (BRSBK) returned to São Paulo (BRA). The
array hold dual races this weekend, for that a BMW S 1000 RR
cumulative a lectern position. Veteran Alex Barros (BRA / Alex Barros
Racing) finished in second place in competition two.