BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team.
BMW Motorrad in WorldSBK.
The pinnacle of production-based racing: BMW Motorrad Motorsport and the BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team in the FIM Superbike World Championship.Learn more
BMW Motorrad in FIM EWC.
BMW Motorrad World Endurance Team.
Endurance kings: for the 2019/20 season, the works commitment with the BMW S 1000 RR was extended to the FIM Endurance World Championship.Learn more
The cradle of racing.
The RR in international road racing.
Isle of Man TT, Ulster Grand Prix, North West 200, Macau Grand Prix – these names make the hearts of every road racing fan beat faster.Learn more
From RR to GS.
<p>The corona situation continues to have a worldwide impact. But it should not be forgotten that there are other issues that concern people. In Australia, for example, these are the effects of the devastating bushfires that can still be felt today and will continue to do so. Directly after the 2020 FIM Superbike World Championship (WorldSBK) season opener, the BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team with riders, Tom Sykes and Eugene Laverty, BMW Motorrad Motorsport Director Marc Bongers and Team Principal Shaun Muir got their own impressions of the damages and met with residents and firefighters affected by the crisis. These were inspiring and emotional encounters. The three-day tour is now documented in a video.</p>LEARN MORE
BMW Motorrad Motorsport.
A worldwide success story.
Be it Europe, Asia, America, Africa or Australia: for years, BMW Motorrad Motorsport has celebrated wins and titles on the race tracks all around the globe.Learn more
Countdown to season restart.
<p>Barcelona. The countdown is on to the restart of the 2020 FIM Superbike World Championship (WorldSBK). After several months without racing, the season is set to resume on the first weekend in August at Jerez de la Frontera (ESP). In preparation for the coming races, the BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team and its riders Tom Sykes (GBR) and Eugene Laverty (IRL) took part in this week’s tests at the ‘Circuit de Catalunya’ near Barcelona (ESP).</p> <p>The test allowed the team to evaluate various updates for the BMW S 1000 RR, which have been worked upon during the enforced break since the season-opener in Australia. The fine-tuning primarily centred around finding the best possible basic set-up for round two of the season at Jerez de la Frontera.</p> <p>The team also used the test to familiarise itself with the ‘Circuit de Catalunya’ and to gain data on the track properties. That is particularly important, as the circuit to the north of Barcelona is new to the WorldSBK calendar in 2020. ‘Circuit de Catalunya’ will host the sixth event of the season from 18<sup>th </sup>to 20<sup>th </sup>September.</p>LEARN MORE