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Munich, Germany, 10/08/2016, BMW Motorrad Race Trophy

Championship leads extended

Overview of last weekend’s results

The second half of the FIM Sidecar World Championship (SWC) started in Assen. In a thrilling race, Pekka Päivärinta and Kirsi Kainulainen claimed second place in their 44-Racing sidecar, powered by a BMW S 1000 RR motor. They crossed the finish line just 0.054 seconds behind the winners. This result allowed Päivärinta/Kainulainen to extend their lead in the world championship: they now have a total of 121 points, 26 ahead of their nearest challengers.

Last weekend, the British Superbike Championship (BSB) races took place on the Grand Prix circuit in Brands Hatch. The BMW S 1000 RRs secured a one-two result in the Superstock class (BSB STK) races: Taylor Mackenzie (Buildbase BMW Motorrad) claimed victory ahead of Ian Hutchinson (Tyco BMW). Mackenzie and Hutchinson strengthened their grip on first and second places in the championship standings.

The International Road Racing Championship (IRRC) visited Hořice, in the Czech Republic. The regular riders for this series were supported by guest starters and together they secured two top-five lock-outs for the BMW S 1000 RRs. Marek Červený was victorious in the first race, ahead of Didier Grams (G&G Racing) and team-mates Sébastien Le Grelle and Vincent Lonbois from Herpigny Motors BMW Motorrad Belux. In the second race, Grams made the most of his familiarity with the Czech circuit to leave his challengers behind and claim victory, six seconds ahead of Červený. They were followed again by Le Grelle and Lonbois. Kamil Holan (BMW Motorrad Czech Republic) finished in fifth place in both races.

As Červený competed on a wildcard entry, his result was not taken into account for the championship standings. Grams was twice awarded maximum points for a win, La Grelle was adjudged to have finished second on both occasions, and Lonbois third. These results allowed the BMW trio to move further ahead of their nearest challengers in the overall standings. Lonbois is in the lead, ahead of Le Grelle and Grams.

The following section provides you with an overview of the weekend’s results:

FIM Sidecar World Championship in Assen

2nd Pekka Päivärinta/Kirsi Kainulainen (44-Racing)
6th Mike Roscher/Anna Burkard (Roscher-Burkard Penz13 Racing)

British Superbike Championship in Brands Hatch

Superbike race 1:

5th Lee Jackson (Buildbase BMW Motorrad)
8th Richard Cooper (Buildbase BMW Motorrad)
9th Christian Iddon (Tyco BMW Motorrad Racing)
13th Jake Dixon (Royal Air Force Regular & Reserve)
14th Michael Laverty (Tyco BMW Motorrad Racing)
16th Alastair Seeley (Royal Air Force Regular & Reserve)
17th Martin Jessopp (Riders Motorcycles BMW)
22nd Josh Wainwright (Lloyd & Jones/PR)
DNF Jakub Smrz (Smiths Racing BMW)

Superbike race 2:

5th Richard Cooper
6th Lee Jackson
10th Christian Iddon
12th Jake Dixon
14th Jakub Smrz
17th Alastair Seeley
19th Martin Jessopp
DNF Michael Laverty
DNF Josh Wainwright

Superstock race:

1st Taylor Mackenzie (Buildbase BMW Motorrad)
2nd Ian Hutchinson (Tyco BMW Motorrad Racing) (+ fastest race lap)
4th Michael Rutter (Bathams SMT)
5th Joshua Elliott (Tyco BMW Motorrad Racing)
7th Adam Jenkinson (NEI Motorsport)
8th Chrissy Rouse (CECS / Mission Racing)
10th Leon Jeacock (Geo E Davies Racing)
11th Benjamin Godfrey (LED Solutions BMW)
13th Dominic Usher (ONE7R / Formwise)
14th Rob McNealy (McNealy Brown Ltd.)
16th Barry Teasdale (Green Chem / Bob Henderson Racing)
17th Billy Mellor (Able Engineering)
22nd Scott Pitchers (Team SP Racing)
DNF Alex Olsen (Power Projects Racing)

International Road Racing Championship in Hořice

Race 1:

1st Marek Červený (+ fastest race lap) – guest starter
2nd Didier Grams (G&G Motorsport)
3rd Sébastien Le Grelle (Herpigny Motors BMW Motorrad Belux)
4th Vincent Lonbois (Herpigny Motors BMW Motorrad Belux)
5th Kamil Holan (BMW Motorrad Czech Republic)
9th Petr Bičiště (Kimura Racing Team)
12th Stefan Holz (motoholz – Kfz Meyer) – guest starter
14th David Datzer (Sportbike-Custom by Tuka Racing)
15th Christian Wiesinger (PSV-Wels Motorsport)
17th Jean-Pierre Polet (JPM Team)
21st Foti Psomadakis (Braunholz Metallbau Hannover & netMagazin)
23rd Wolfgang Brunner (Woife 999)

Race 2:

1st Didier Grams (+ fastest race lap)
2nd Marek Červený – guest starter
3rd Sébastien Le Grelle
4th Vincent Lonbois
5th Kamil Holan
11th Stefan Holz - Gaststarter
12th Christian Wiesinger
14th David Datzer
17th Jean-Pierre Polet
20th Wolfgang Brunner
21st Foti Psomadakis
DNF Petr Bičiště

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