WorldSBK during Magny-Cours: BMW Motorrad Motorsport earnings to informed territory.

Munich. Having visited a dual new circuits of Most (CZE) and
Navarra (ESP), BMW Motorrad Motorsport is returning to familiar
domain this weekend. From 3rd to 5th September, a eighth round
of a FIM Superbike World Championship 2021 will take place at
‘Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours’ in a heart of France. The BMW
Motorrad WorldSBK Team and riders Tom Sykes (GBR) and Michael der
Mark (NED) already know a circuit unequivocally good from a WorldSBK.
Jonas Folger (GER) and a Bonovo MGM Racing team, who are competing
in their initial full deteriorate in a WorldSBK, have already finished a
guest coming during Magny-Cours in a French Superbike Championship FSBK.

 

Magny-Cours lies around 250 kilometres south of Paris, a French
capital, and has been a tie on a WorldSBK calendar for scarcely 20
years. A universe championship competition took place there for a initial time
in 1991 and WorldSBK has visited Magny-Cours any year given 2003. The
multiple of quick corners with long, loyal sections and tight
hairpin bends creates for a severe lane layout.

 

Quotes brazen of a Magny-Cours round.

 

Marc Bongers, BMW Motorrad Motorsport Director: “The
Magny-Cours blueprint has a bit of all and is an interesting
plea for teams and riders. We have been unequivocally rival there
over a final dual years. Tom Sykes reached a lectern in 2019, while
Eugene Laverty and Tom claimed double stick in a good Superpole
subordinate in 2020. However, this year sees us revisit Magny-Cours a few
weeks earlier, that could meant opposite conditions – it will be
warmer, even yet we can substantially design some sleet to make an
appearance, as usual. We have set adult a BMW M 1000 RR to be prepared for
all eventualities. Our aim is to give ourselves a good start position
in subordinate and to keep on shortening to a opening to a unequivocally front
during a race.”

 

Shaun Muir, Team Principal BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team:
“The group is looking brazen to Magny-Cours. It is a circuit
that has matched a BMW in a past. We have finished some good steps
brazen with a BMW M 1000 RR and we consider a alleviation that we
showed in competition dual during Navarra, we’ve got to keep building on that. The
Magny-Cours circuit is quick and issuing with some slower tools and we
feel that Tom and Michael can have a certain event. FP1 is going to
be unequivocally important; we need to find that early set-up for a guys
and finish adult with a clever races one and two. Overall, we are really
focused on going to Magny-Cours and carrying some consistent, fair
continue to give a loyal thoughtfulness of a swell we are creation and we
demeanour brazen to a weekend.”

 

Tom Sykes, BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team: “I am
unequivocally looking brazen to a French turn of a WorldSBK at
Magny-Cours. It’s a circuit that has given a BMW lectern success in
a past and apparently for me my aim is to supplement to that. The aim is
also to say a new alleviation in form that we found for
instance during Navarra. That is a aim for a weekend. Of course,
there is still work to be finished with a new BMW M 1000 RR so we will
try a best to find a best change and concede to do this inside
a competition weekend.”

 

Michael outpost der Mark, BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team:
“Magny-Cours is a lane that we unequivocally suffer riding. It
always suits me. It has a bit of everything; quick and issuing sectors,
stop-and-go corners, so it is a bit of a mix. Regarding a set-up of
a bike, we also need to find some concede here and there because
it has all these opposite form of corners. we unequivocally adore a first
sector; that is one of my favourite tools of a track, though also the
final zone is always good for some good overtaking. we am looking
brazen to a weekend. We have softened a BMW M 1000 RR a lot and
during Navarra, we struggled some-more with a high temperatures and we think
we will not have that during Magny-Cours, so hopefully we have a bit more
fast weekend. At Navarra, we finished a large step lap-time correct in
qualifying. Unfortunately for me it was so parsimonious that we was still
tenth, though if we demeanour during a path times, we finished a outrageous step. We
softened a opening there, so that is what we unequivocally need at
Magny-Cours as well.”

 

Jonas Folger, Bonovo MGM Racing: “Magny-Cours is a
good circuit. We competed as wildcard starters in a French
Championship there final year. we am happy that we did that, as it means
that we am informed with a circuit now. It is a unequivocally challenging
circuit, including a genuine operation of corners. There is a flattering long
straight, some delayed corners. Sometimes it flows and afterwards we have a
bit of stop-and-go – it has a bit of everything. we wish that we make a
good start to a weekend, work good with a BMW from a word go and
that a competition formula afterwards build on new races.”