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Munich, Germany, 25/03/2019, Australian Superbike Championship

Results 23rd/24th March 2019

This weekend’s results in an overview

The 2019 season in the SuperBike Brasil (BR SBK) series kicked off with a second place on the podium for BMW S 1000 RR rider Alex Barros. The Australian BMW racers have also been in action at the weekend, at the second round of the 2019 Australian Superbike Championship (ASBK). An overview of all results of the weekend.

Results SuperBike Brasil, Interlagos:

Race:

2nd Alex Barros (Alex Barros Racing)
5th Danilo Lewis (Tecfil Havoline Racing Team)
6th Bruno Corano (BMW Motorrad MotorSport)
7th Diego Viveiros (Picoloko/PRT – Pitico Race Team)
9th Juracy Rodriguez Black
14th Mauriti Junior (Maxon Oil Racing Team)
15th Guilherme Neto (Pro Racing Team)
16th Rodrigo Dazzi (ELLO Racing)
17th Carlos Sakurai (Kaka Ks Racing)
DNS Felipe Comerlatto (Pro Racing Team)

Results Australian Superbike Championship, Wakefield Park:

Race 1:

15th Glenn Allerton (NextGen Motorsports / Maxima BMW Racing)
16th Ted Collins (NextGen Motorsports / Maxima BMW Racing)
21st Paul van der Heiden (Moto Adelaide)

Race 2:

11th Glenn Allerton
16th Ted Collins
21st Paul van der Heiden

Links

BMW MOTORRAD MOTORSPORT FACEBOOK KANAL
SUPERBIKE BRASIL (BR SBK)
www.superbike.com.br
AUSTRALIAN SUPERBIKE CHAMPIONSHIP (ASBK)
www.asbk.com.au