Two some-more titles for BMW racers: Federico D’Annunzio is champion in a Italian National Trophy 1000, Amirul Hafig Azmi wins a Superstock pretension in Malaysia.

Munich. The BMW Motorrad Motorsport family can celebrate
titles array 7 and eight. The 2018 Italian National Trophy 1000
(INT) champion is Federico D’Annunzio (ITA). Fellow BMW riders Luca
Salvadori (ITA) and Remo Castellarin (ITA) finished a deteriorate in
second and third place to finish a one-two-three for BMW racers in
a series. In a Malaysia Superbike Championship (MSC), Amirul
Hafig Azmi (MAS) was crowned champion in a Superstock category (MSC
STK) after a shining opening on a final weekend of the
season. The final races of a year were also hold in a Alpe Adria
Road Racing Championship (AARR) and a Italian Superbike
Championship (CIV). In a AARR, Karel Hanika (CZE) and Arnaud
Friedrich (GER) cumulative dual wins each, while Luca Vitali (ITA)
claimed a CIV lectern finish.



Italian National Trophy 1000 during Vallelunga, Italy.


Federico D’Annunzio (ITA) arrived during a final turn of a Italian
National Trophy 1000 (INT) during Vallelunga (ITA), to a north of Rome,
as a championship leader. The BMW racer did not make it onto the
lectern in possibly of a final dual races of a year, however,
13th and seventh places warranted him adequate points to hang up
a pretension win.


The competition for a pretension was remarkably close, with BMW racers a key
protagonists. The runner-up in a altogether standings after a final
competition is BMW supplement Luca Salvadori (ITA) – usually 1.5 points behind
champion D’Annunzio. Third place in a championship also went to a
BMW S 1000 RR rider: Remo Castellarin (ITA).


The final dual races of a year both constructed a win and a podium
finish for BMW racers. The opening competition was dangling after 4 laps,
definition usually half points were awarded. Victory went to Agatino Alex
Sgroi (ITA), with Castellarin channel a line behind him in second
place. In competition two, Salvadori was initial opposite a finish line,
followed by Castellarin in third place.



Malaysia Superbike Championship during Sepang, Malaysia.


The leader of a Malaysia Superbike Championship (MSC STK)
Superstock category was motionless in a stirring culmination by a perfect
opening from BMW racer Amirul Hafig Azmi (MAS). The TOC HKMTOYO
Racing Team supplement was second altogether going into a final turn of the
deteriorate during a “Sepang International Circuit” nearby Kuala Lumpur (MAS).
The culmination featured 4 races – and Hafiq Azmi won all 4 with a
autocratic lead. In doing so, he scored a full 100 points on offer
and clinched a pretension in a demeanour estimable of a champion.


Sharulnizam Ramli (MAS), of FTA Liqui Moly Racing team, also claimed
dual lectern results, with a second and a third place. Ramli finished the
other dual races in fourth place.


Four races were also hold in a Superbike category (MSC SBK). Mohd
Ramdan Rosli (MAS / TOC HKMTOYO Racing Team) done it onto a podium
as runner-up in a fourth and final race. He had formerly unsuccessful to
finish a opening dual races and finished competition 3 in fourth place.


Amirul Hafig Azmi: “First of all, we would like to
appreciate everybody who has upheld me, my sponsors, my family and
friends. It was really prohibited in a races on Saturday and we really
struggled for grip. That softened on Sunday, though we did not give it
everything. we did not wish to take any nonessential risks. For me, it
was not about environment a fastest path time – instead, we usually attempted to
finish a competition well. My idea was to win a title.”



Alpe Adria Road Racing Championship during Oschersleben, Germany.


BMW riders once again showed what they are able of during a Alpe
Adria Road Racing Championship (AARR) culmination during Oschersleben (GER). In
a Superbike category (AARR SBK), Karel Hanika (CZE), of a Mercury
Racing Team, was once again unbeatable. The Czech racer bagged another
prop of wins during Oschersleben, also environment a fastest path in both
races. His team-mate Ondrej Jezek (CZE) came home third in competition two.
Jezek had formerly finished sixth in a opening race. Christopher
Kemmer (AUT / Bertl K. Racing Team) was fourth and fifth.


In a Superstock category (AARR STK), BMW racer Michal Filla (CZE / BMW
Sikora Motorsport) had already been reliable as champion during the
penultimate eventuality of a deteriorate during a Red Bull Ring (AUT), however,
it was another BMW supplement who stole a limelight during a Oschersleben
culmination where Team LRP Poland’s Arnaud Friedrich (GER) won both races
and set a fastest path both times. BMW racers also claimed another
one-two-three for a RR in a final competition of a season. Friedrich
was assimilated on a lectern by Filla and Michal Prášek (CZE / Rohac and
Fejta motoracing team) in second and third place respectively.



Italian Superbike Championship during Vallelunga, Italy.


The final turn of a 2018 Italian Superbike Championship (CIV) also
took place during Vallelunga (ITA), and there was a lectern outcome for the
BMW S 1000 RR: Luca Vitali (ITA / DMR Racing) came home second race
two, carrying formerly finished eighth in competition one.