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BMW Motorrad Motorsport

Great Britain and Brazil, 25/05/2016, BMW Motorrad Race Trophy

Historic top-five lock-out

BMW riders dominate in the Superstock class at the BSB

1-2-3-4-5: A new milestone for the BMW Motorrad Motorsport racers as they maintain their successful sequence in the Superstock class at the British Superbike Championship (BSB STK). The race on the short Indy circuit at Brands Hatch saw them claim the first top five lockout in this series for the BMW S 1000 RR.

The race was dominated by Taylor MacKenzie. He secured pole position on his Buildbase BMW S 1000 RR and then led from start to finish. Second place went to Ian Hutchinson (Tyco BMW), continuing his sequence of podium finishes in the BSB just one week after victory at the North West 200. His Tyco BMW team-mate Joshua Elliott finished in third position. Michael Rutter, who also won at the North West 200 last week, claimed fourth place on his Bathams / SMT RR. The top-five lockout for the BMW riders was completed by Alex Olsen (Power Projects Racing).

Three BMW riders lead the championship standings: MacKenzie is in first place, ahead of Hutchinson and Elliott. MacKenzie climbed from fifteenth to fourth position in the BMW Motorrad Race Trophy.

There was also a podium finish for the BMW S 1000 RR in the top BSB category, the Superbike class (BSB SBK): Richard Cooper (Buildbase BMW Motorrad) finished in second place after a hard-fought second race at Brands Hatch. In race one, Cooper finished just 0.3 seconds off the podium in fourth.

In Sao Paulo, Danilo Lewis celebrated his second win of the season in the SuperBike Series Brasil (BRSBK). Already victorious at the season-opener, the TecFil Racing Team rider also proved unbeatable on the second race weekend of the season. He crossed the finish line nearly ten seconds ahead of his closest challenger and extended his lead in the championship standings.

Below is a look back at all results for the BMW riders from last weekend:

British Superbike Championship in Brands Hatch

Race 1:

4th Richard Cooper / Buildbase BMW Motorrad
6th Michael Laverty / Tyco BMW
11th Christian Iddon / Tyco BMW
15th Lee Jackson / Buildbase BMW Motorrad
16th Howie Mainwaring Smart / Smiths Racing BMW
17th Alastair Seeley / Royal Air Force Regular & Reserve
21st Matej Smrz / Lloyd & Jones / PR Racing BMW
DNS Jakub Smrz / Smiths Racing BMW

Race 2:

2nd Richard Cooper
7th Christian Iddon
12th Lee Jackson
13th Howie Mainwaring Smart
14th Alastair Seeley
19th Matej Smrz
DNF Michael Laverty
DNS Jakub Smrz

Race Superstock class:

1st Taylor MacKenzie / Buildbase BMW Motorrad (+ fastest race lap)
2nd Ian Hutchinson / Tyco BMW
3rd Joshua Elliott / Tyco BMW
4th Michael Rutter / Bathams / SMT
5th Alex Olsen / Power Projects Racing
9th Hudson Kennaugh / Trikmoto Bahnstormer BMW
11th Rob McNealy / McNealy Brown Ltd
13th Leon Jeacock / Geo E Davies Racing
15th Billy Mellor / Mellor Racing
16th Barry Teasdale / GreenChem / Bob Henderson Racing
18th James Edwards / RTS Racing
DNF Richard White / Onsite Contractors BMW

SuperBike Series Brasil in Sao Paulo

1st Danilo Lewis / TecFil Racing Team (+ fastest race lap)
4th Sebastiano Zerbo / BMW Motorrad Alex Barros Racing
9th Diego Petrel / Spiga Racing
13th Alex Borges / PRT – Pitico Racing Team
21st Pablo Nunes / BH Racing
23rd Mauricio Paludete / Sport Plus Racing