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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.
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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.
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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.
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The RR right into your home.
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We bring the BMW S 1000 RR and the world of BMW Motorrad Motorsport right into your home.
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Pure passion – our shop.
Racing on and off the track.
Discover the comprehensive world of racing together with BMW Motorrad Motorsport.
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3D scanning for precision work in the wind tunnel.
<p>The FIM Superbike World Championship (WorldSBK) may have been forced to take a break from racing for a few months, but work has continued where possible at BMW Motorrad Motorsport. In the wind tunnel, for example, engineers have been fine-tuning the aerodynamics of the BMW S 1000 RR in the BMW Group Acustic Wind Tunnel. An important role in this work is being played by BMW Motorrad World SBK Team rider, Eugene Laverty – in the form of a 3D model.</p> <p>Aerodynamics play a key role in determining the top speed of a World Superbike. Even the smallest of details can make a big difference here. The goal is to keep the aerodynamic drag as low as possible. The BMW Group Acustic Wind Tunnel in Munich has everything the BMW Motorrad Motorsport engineers need to test and develop aerodynamic updates for the RR used in WorldSBK.</p> <p>However, to simulate the flow conditions as realistically as possible, it is not enough to simply position the bike in the wind tunnel by itself. Out on the racetrack, there is also a rider on the bike, creating his own air resistance, even if his riding position has also been optimised aerodynamically. For that reason, the whole package of motorcycle and rider is used in the airflow, which is generated by the wind tunnel’s 2,600-hp electric motor and can reach speeds of up to 255 km/h. To make this possible, BMW Motorrad Motorsport has turned to an innovative method: 3D scanning.</p>
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.
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Competent support.
The Race Support.
BMW Motorrad Motorsport Race Support’s primary objective: to impress at the racetrack and be as successful together as possible.
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On the track, get set, go!
The Race Track Experience.
Become a racer yourself and get to know the most spectacular race tracks worldwide – together with the Race Track Experience experts.
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Race Trophy.
The worldwide BMW racing family.
The BMW Motorrad Race Trophy: a unique customer racing competition with a worldwide racing community.
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Solid results and fighting spirit.
<p>Portimão. With the Superpole race and race two on Sunday, the BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team completed the third round of the FIM Superbike World Championship 2020 (WorldSBK) season at Portimão. Tom Sykes brought home solid results with positions six and seven. His team-mate Eugene Laverty was unlucky with falls in both races. In the Superpole race he crossed the finish line in 20<sup>th</sup> place while in race two he fought his way up into 12<sup>th</sup> place. </p>