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BMW Motorrad Motorsport

Munich, Germany, 01/06/2016, BMW Motorrad Race Trophy

The RR continues its winning streak

An overview of all of the weekend’s results

It was another successful weekend for the BMW S 1000 RR riders: They were in action in nine race series on four continents, and brought home six wins and a total of 18 podium positions.

There was a full programme in Donington Park (GB) with the races in the MOTUL FIM World Superbike Championship (WorldSBK), the FIM Superstock 1000 Cup (STK1000) and the Superstock class of the British Superbike Championship (BSB STK). Raffaele De Rosa on his Althea BMW Racing Team RR celebrated his second win of the season in the FIM Superstock 1000 Cup. This saw him re-take the lead in the championship rankings. And De Rosa also returned to the top of the BMW Motorrad Race Trophy.

After the magnificent top-five shut out in Brands Hatch, the RR riders in the BSB STK picked up where they left off in Donington a week later. As part of the championship weekend, the Superstock class of the British Superbike Championship held its fourth race of the season. Four BMW S 1000 RRs crossed the finish line in the first four places: Taylor MacKenzie celebrated his third win of the season, beating Hudson Kennaugh and Richard Cooper, who made a guest appearance in the BSB STK. Cooper was later disqualified from the classification for violating the technical regulations, and Josh Elliott moved up from fourth to third place. In the championship standings, the top four spots are held by BMW riders: MacKenzie leads, followed by Elliott, Kennaugh and Ian Hutchinson.

The second race weekend of the 2016 FIM CEV Superbike European Championship (CEV) was held at MotorLand Aragón. There were four podium positions for the RR: Santiago Barragán and Maximilian Scheib each got one second and one third place. Scheib still leads the overall standings, followed by Barragán. The races in the French Superbike Championship (FSBK) and the French European Bikes Championship (FR EU) in Lédenon were also a success. In the FSBK, Kenny Foray celebrated his most successful race weekend of the season so far, with one win and a second place. The BMW S 1000 RR riders were dominant in the FR EU, picking up a top-four and a top-five shut out. The BMW squad was headed by Benjamin Colliaux, who won both races and, in doing so, took the lead in the championship classification. Colliaux is now second in the BMW Motorrad Race Trophy, behind front-runner De Rosa.

The Canadian Superbike Championship (CSBK) kick-started its 2016 season in Shannonville, Canada. Reigning champion Jordan Szoke on his BMW S 1000 RR got the win in the opening race. His fellow BMW rider Matt McBride also made it onto the podium, finishing in third place.

Here is an overview of all of the BMW riders’ results from the weekend:

MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship in Donington

Race 1:

7th Jordi Torres (Althea BMW Racing Team)
9th Karel Abraham (Milwaukee BMW)
11th Markus Reiterberger (Althea BMW Racing Team)
14th Joshua Brookes (Milwaukee BMW)
DNF Matthieu Lussiana (Team ASPI)

Race 2:

9th Joshua Brookes
11th Jordi Torres
16th Markus Reiterberger
DNF Matthieu Lussiana
DNF Karel Abraham

FIM Superstock 1000 Cup in Donington

1st Raffaele De Rosa (Althea BMW Racing Team) (+ fastest race lap)
17th Eric Vionnet (Motos Vionnet)
25th Gauthier Duwelz (D.K. Racing)

British Superbike Championship in Donington

Race Superstock class:

1st Taylor MacKenzie (Buildbase BMW Motorrad)
2nd Hudson Kennaugh (Trikmoto Bahnstormer BMW)
3rd Joshua Elliott (Tyco BMW) (+ fastest race lap)
7th Alex Olsen (Power Projects Racing)
8th Leon Jeacock (Geo E Davies Racing)
10th Chrissy Rouse (Mission Racing)
13th Rob McNealy (McNealy Brown Ltd)
18th Barry Teasdale (GreenChem / Bob Henderson Racing)
DNF Billy Mellor (Mellor Racing)
DNF Michael Rutter (Bathams / SMT)
DNF Ben Godfrey DSQ Richard Cooper (Derby Alloys)

FIM CEV Superbike European Championship at MotorLand Aragón

Race 1:

2nd Santiago Barragán (Targobank EasyRace SBK Team)
3rd Maximilian Scheib (Targobank EasyRace SBK Team) (+ fastest race lap)
14th Valter Patronen (Motomarket Racing)
DNF Roberto Blazquez (ARC Competicion)

Race 2:

2nd Maximilian Scheib
3rd Santiago Barragán
14th Roberto Blazquez
15th Valter Patronen

French Superbike Championship in Lédenon

Race 1:

2nd Kenny Foray (Tecmas Racing Team) (2nd SBK class) (+ fastest race lap)
21st Cyprien Schmidt (15th STK class)
29th Maxime Bonnot (Tecmas Racing Team) (8th SBK class)

Race 2:

1st Kenny Foray (1st SBK class) (+ fastest race lap)
19th Cyprien Schmidt (14th STK class) 
27th Maxime Bonnot (7th SBK class)

French European Bikes Championship in Lédenon

Race 1:

1st Benjamin Colliaux (Team Cherot Moto Sport)
2nd Bertrand Boyer (Team ERT Motorshow) (+ fastest race lap)
3rd Florian Brunet-Lugardon (Gers Moto Vitesse Ordannaise)
4th Cyril Brunet-Lugardon (Gers Moto Vitesse Ordannaise)
9th Hernani Teixeira (Team ERT / Motorshow)
10th Julien Brun (JB Racing Team)
11th Michel Amalric (Tecmas Racing Team)
12th Madjid Idres (Team ERT / Motorshow)
14th Olivier Giron 15th Julien Carbonnel
17th Dominique Platet (Tecmas Racing Team)
DNF Alexandre Basso Brusa
DNF Fabien Gabrielian

Race 2:

1st Benjamin Colliaux
2nd Florian Brunet-Lugardon (+ fastest race lap)
3rd Fabien Gabrielian
4th Cyril Brunet-Lugardon
5th Michel Amalric
8th Julien Brun
10th Hernani Teixiera
12th Madjid Idres
13th Alexandre Basso Brusa
15th Dominique Platet
18th Olivier Giron
DNF Julien Carbonnel
DNF Bertrand Boyer

Canadian Superbike Championship in Shannonville

1st Jordan Szoke (Mopar Express Lane BMW Superbike Team) (+ fastest race lap)
3rd Matt McBride
4th Ben Young (Ben Young Racing)
5th Michael Leon (Royal Distributing Racing Team)
10th Chris Murray-Audain
17th Reiner Griese
18th Sean Heydorn

MFJ Superbike All Japan Road Racing Championship in Motegi

10th Daisaku Sakai (Rosetta Motorrad39)
13th Yuta Kodama (Team Tras 135HP)
17th Shinya Takeishi (Syncedge 4413 Racing)
20th Lim Ho Gon (Rosetta Motorrad 39 Korea)
24th Daisuke Fukanaga (OutRun Motorrad TokyoBay)

South African SuperGP Champions Trophy in Killarney

Race 1:

5th Lance Isaacs (Lance Isaacs Racing)
9th Ronald Slamet (Bavarian Motorcycles & Danie Maritz Racing)
14th Ricky Lee Weare
15th Hein McMohan
18th Arrie Swanepoel
20th Etienne Nelson
21st Johnny Krieger (Full Throttle / AJ Venter Racing)
DNF Garick Vlok
DNF Heinrich Rheeder

Race 2:

7th Lance Isaacs
8th Garick Vlok
14th Ricky Lee Weare
18th Hein McMohan
19th Heinrich Rheeder
20th Arrie Swanepoel
22nd Etienne Nelson
24th Johnny Krieger
DNF Ronald Slamet