Munich. In a FIM Superstock 1000 European Championship
(STK1000), personality Markus Reiterberger (GER) pennyless one record after
another and claimed his fourth win of a deteriorate during Misano (ITA). In
a British Superbike Championship (BSB STK) during Knockhill (GBR),
Keith Farmer (GBR) won both Superstock category races with a new lap
record to take a championship lead. In a International Road
Racing Championship (IRRC), Danny Webb (GBR) took a large step towards
winning a pretension with another prop of wins in Imatra (FIN). Zolder
(BEL) hosted a International German Championship (IDM), with Ilya
Mikhalchik (UKR) and Bastien Mackels (BEL) both holding one feat each.
MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship during Misano, Italy.
Round 9 of a MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship (WorldSBK)
was hold during Misano, Italy. Loris Baz (FRA) of a Gulf Althea BMW team
cumulative sixth place on a second quarrel of a grid in Superpole 2 on
Saturday. In a opening race, however, he was forced to snake to
equivocate another supplement and crashed in a process. Baz was primarily able
to continue, though his bike was so exceedingly shop-worn that he had no
choice though to retire after dual laps. The Frenchman finished ninth in
Sunday’s second race.
FIM Superstock 1000 European Championship during Misano, Italy.
The FIM Superstock 1000 European Championship (STK1000) hold its
sixth competition of a deteriorate as partial of a WorldSBK weekend during Misano
(ITA). There was simply no violence Markus Reiterberger (GER / alpha
Racing-Van-Zon-BMW). He was over half a second faster than a rest of
a margin on his BMW S 1000 RR in giveaway use on Friday. He afterwards set
a new path record to explain his fifth stick position of a deteriorate in
Saturday’s qualifying. Reiterberger crushed a path record again in
Sunday’s race, before going on to explain his fourth win of a season
with a lead of dual seconds and extended his advantage in the
championship. With dual races remaining, Reiterberger now leads by 14 points.
Roberto Tamburini (ITA / Berclaz Racing Team) finished fourth in the
Misano race. Guest starter Alex Bassani (ITA / DMR Racing) came home sixth.
Markus Reiterberger: “After unwell to do our
intensity in a competition during Brno, we found a right brew again here at
Misano. The lane was intensely slippery, though it was a same for
everybody. we was astounded by how quick Maximilian Scheib was. He
unequivocally put me underneath some pressure. Pole record, stick position, new lap
record and a competition win – it doesn’t get any improved than that. My team
once again gave me a ideal motorbike. we am unequivocally beholden for that
and am looking brazen to Portimão and Le Mans.”
British Superbike Championship during Knockhill, Great Britain.
The British Superbike Championship (BSB) was during Knockhill, Scotland,
during a weekend. In a Superbike races (BSB SBK), Michael Laverty (GBR
/ Tyco BMW Motorrad) was a best-placed BMW supplement in sixth and fifth
place. He was followed over a line any time by his team-mate
Christian Iddon (GBR) in seventh and sixth. Peter Hickman (GBR /
Smiths Racing) came home tenth in both races.
In a Superstock category (BSB STK), Tyco BMW Motorrad team’s Keith
Farmer (GBR) enjoyed a ideal weekend. Two races were hold and Farmer
was winning with a new path record both times. This latest success
also propelled him to a tip of a Superstock championship, twelve
points forward of his closest rival.
Alex Olsen (GBR / ASTRO – JJR Racing) finished fifth in both races.
Matthew Paulo (GBR / Newman Racing) also claimed dual top-ten finishes,
entrance home ninth and tenth.
Keith Farmer: “We could not have finished anymore this
weekend, with dual competition wins, dual stick positions and a path record! We
started a weekend quick with unequivocally clever competition pace, so were quietly
assured streamer into both races after securing stick position. In
both races we had a identical situation; once we got into a lead we set
my possess pace, strong on my possess lines and markers, afterwards managed to
lift a opening and control a race. Thank we to a whole Tyco BMW team,
they have finished a mega pursuit and a BMW S 1000 RR has only worked
fantastically all weekend.”
International Road Racing Championship in Imatra, Finland.
The Finnish city of Imatra hosted a third competition weekend of a 2018
International Road Racing Championship 2018 (IRRC) – and, for the
third time, it was Danny Webb (GBR) on a BMW S 1000 RR run by the
Wepol Racing by Penz13 group who scored limit points. The Briton won
both races again in Finland to extend his lead in a championship to
As during a opening dual competition weekends in Hengelo (NED) and Terlicko
(CZE), a lectern was monopolised by BMW riders. In competition one, a BMW
racers indeed achieved a top-six lock-out, with positions one to
3 in BMW hands in competition two. Erno Kostamo (FIN / Markka Racing) was
runner-up behind personality Webb in both races. Third place went once to
Didier Grams (GER / GG Motorsport by BMW Motorrad) and once to
Marek Červený (CZE / Wepol Racing by Penz13). In a opening race,
Červený in fourth place, Martin Jessopp (GBR / Penz13 BMW Motorrad) in
fifth and Jamie Coward (GBR / Wepol Racing by Penz13) in sixth
finished a top-six lock-out for a BMW S 1000 RR.
International German Championship during Zolder, Belgium.
The was another one-two-three for BMW riders in a International
German Championship (IDM). The array was during Zolder, Belgium, for what
was a home tour for a alpha-Racing-Van-Zon-BMW group and Bastien
Mackels (BEL / Wilbers BMW Racing).
The initial of a dual races was won by championship personality Ilya
Mikhalchik (UKR / alpha-Racing-Van-Zon-BMW). Mackels was runner-up,
and Mikhalchik’s team-mate Julian Puffe (GER) finished a all-BMW
lectern in third place. Mackels was jubilant in competition two, with
Mikhalchik fourth and Puffe fifth.