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Munich, Germany, 28/09/2016, BMW Motorrad Race Trophy

Triple title celebrations

An overview of the weekend’s racing action

The BMW Motorrad Motorsport racers continue to collect titles: Three more were added to the collection last weekend. Vincent Lonbois was crowned champion in the International Road Racing Championship (IRRC), Lukáš Pešek in the Superbike class of the Alpe Adria Road Racing Championship (AARR SBK) and Benjamin Colliaux in the French European Bikes Championship (FR EU). In addition to the triple title win, the BMW S 1000 RR riders picked up eight wins and a total of 19 podium positions at the weekend. This year, the BMW riders have already claimed a total of seven titles. The BMW Motorrad Race Trophy season will end on 4th December 2016.

The finale of the 2016 IRRC was held as part of the legendary Frohburg triangle race near Leipzig. The battle for the IRRC title was contested by the two Herpigny Motors BMW Motorrad Belux team-mates, Vincent Lonbois and Sébastien Le Grelle. In the end it was Lonbois, who had led the championship right from the start of the season, who claimed the title. Le Grelle finished in second place overall, Didier Grams (G&G Motorsport) had already claimed third place overall ahead of the finale.

The field at the 54th staging of the Frohburg triangle race consisted of regular riders and numerous guest starters. Rico Penzkofer’s team penz13.com BMW Motorradsport competed with the British road racers Michael Rutter, Gary Johnson and Danny Webb. The BMW S 1000 RR riders dominated the field and secured a top seven and a top six lock-out result. Rutter was unbeatable in Frohburg: He won both of the IRRC races on the Penz13.com RR. Lonbois and Le Grelle each claimed one second place and one third place on the podium. Grams was in the lead when he fell in the first race, he finished in fourth place in the second race.

The Alpe Adria Road Racing Championship (AARR) held its finale at the Slovakia Ring near Bratislava. In the Superbike class (AARR ABK), a perfect weekend saw Lukáš Pešek ride to the title win. On his BMW Motorrad CSEU team’s RR, the Czech claimed pole position in both races, celebrated a double win and rode the fastest race lap both times – and with a new lap record in race two. In the Superstock class (AARR STK), Michal Prášek (Rohac and Feijta motoracing team) had secured the championship at the penultimate round of the season. He finished in second place on his RR in both races at the Slovakia Ring.

Kenny Foray also had a perfect weekend at the season finale of the French Superbike Championship (FSBK) in Albi. The Tecmas Racing Team rider’s result was also: two pole positions, two wins and two fastest race laps. Foray ended the season in second place in the championship standings.

Benjamin Colliaux (Team Cherot Moto Sport) claimed the third title of the weekend, in the French European Bikes Championship (FR EU). The contenders were two BMW S 1000 RR riders in this series as well – Colliaux and Florian Brunet-Lugardon (Gers Moto Vitesse Ordannaise). Brunet-Lugardon celebrated two wins at the finale, but one third place and one second place were enough for Colliaux to win the title. Florian’s brother Cyril also finished on the podium in Albi. In the second race, in which there was a top five lock-out for the RR, he finished in third place.

The Superbike IDM / International German Championship (IDM) held its season finale at the weekend. There were two podium positions in the Superstock class (IDM STK) for the RR riders at the Hockenheimring. In the first race, Pepijn Bijsterbosch (Van Zon-Remeha-BMW) finished in third place on the podium (fifth overall), in race two his team mate Jan Bühn claimed this position (also fifth overall).

The MFJ Superbike All Japan Road Race Championship (MFJ) was in Okayama at the weekend. Since the events in Autopolis had to be cancelled due to earthquake damage, two races were held in Okayama. The best BMW positions were claimed by Shinya Takeishi (SYNCEDGE 4413 Racing) and Daisaku Sakai (Rosetta Motorrad39) in fifth and ninth in the second race.

The BMW S 1000 RR riders were also in action in South Africa at the weekend. The seventh round of the South African SuperGP Champions Trophy (RSA SBK) was held at the Dezzi Raceway, south of Durban. The best-placed BMW rider was Lance Isaacs (Lance Isaacs Racing), who finished both races in sixth place.

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

International Road Racing Championship in Frohburg

Race 1:

1st Michael Rutter (Team penz13.com BMW Motorradsport) (+ fastest race lap) – Guest starter
2nd Vincent Lonbois (Herpigny Motors BMW Motorrad Belux)
3rd Sébastien Le Grelle (Herpigny Motors BMW Motorrad Belux)
4th Danny Webb (Team penz13.com BMW Motorradsport)
5th Marek Červený (Wepol – Sapmetal) – Guest starter
6th Gary Johnson (Team penz13.com BMW Motorradsport) – Guest starter
7th Matti Seidel (MSA Racing by penz13.com) – Guest starter
11th Petr Bičiště (G&G Motorsport)
13th David Datzer (Sportbike-Custom by Tuka Racing)
20th Foti Psomadakis (Braunholz Metallbau Hannover & netMagazin)
21st Barrie Botte (Race Fanatics) – Guest starter
23rd Jean-Pierre Polet (JPM Team)
DNF Didier Grams (G&G Motorsport)
DNS Marnix D’Hondt (Fun Racing Team) – Guest starter
DNS Christian Wiesinger (PSV-Wels Motorsport)
DNS Kamil Holan (BMW Motorrad Czech Republic)

Race 2:

1st Michael Rutter
2nd Sébastien Le Grelle
3rd Vincent Lonbois (+ fastest race lap)
4th Didier Grams
5th Danny Webb
6th Gary Johnson
9th Marek Červený – Guest starter
11th Petr Bičiště
13th Marnix D’Hondt – Guest starter
15th David Datzer
19th Barrie Botte – Guest starter
21st Foti Psomadakis
25th Jean-Pierre Polet
DNS Matti Seidel
DNS Christian Wiesinger
DNS Kamil Holan

Alpe Adria Road Racing Championship at the Slovakia Ring

Superbike race 1:

1st Lukáš Pešek (BMW Motorrad CSEU) (+ fastest race lap)
6th Martin Choy (BMW Motorrad CSEU)
7th Christopher Kemmer (Bertl K. Racing Team)
10th Patrick Dangl (Motofactory Racing Team)
12th Pawel Gorka (BMW Motorrad Polska)
14th Wolfgang Gammer (Heating-factory)
15th Waldemar Chelkowski (BMW Motorrad Polska)
16th Richard Balcar (IV Racing)
20th Markus Mücke (Trup Racing Team)
22nd Mariusz Durynek (DRT Dnes)
25th Piotr Kaluzka (Active Live Energy)
26th Piotr Prendota (Team LRP Poland)
31st Marjan Mencinger (AMD Trebnje)
DNF Michal Šembera (Golden Bros Racing Team)
DNF Miloš Cihak (IVRACING)

Superbike race 2:

1st Lukáš Pešek (+ fastest race lap – new lap record)
6th Christopher Kemmer
7th Martin Choy
10th Patrick Dangl
12th Miloš Cihak
14th Michal Šembera
15th Richard Balcar
16th Pawel Gorka
18th Waldemar Chelkowski
21st Piotr Prendota
22nd Mariusz Durynek
27th Piotr Kaluzka
29th Marjan Mencinger
DNF Markus Mücke
DNS Wolfgang Gammer

Superstock race 1:

2nd Michal Prášek (Rohac and Fejta motoracing team)
7th Wojciech Wrobel (Dominator Racing Team)
8th Martin Tritscher
9th Marek Hartl (Dafitmotoracing)
12th David Bozic (AMD Kranj)
13thLadislav Chmelik (Exteria BMW Team)
14th Catalin Cazacu (Taifun Racing Team GT)
17th Mitja Lesjak (BMW AMD Trebnje)
19th Vitos Lopinys (Adrenalinos centras)
21st Bartlomiej Lewandowski (Team LRP Poland)
22nd Michal Fojtik (Exteria BMW Team)
25th Rene Skalicky (Exteria BMW Team)
26th Tomasz Serafin
27th Michal Bidas (Exteria BMW Team)
DNS Marcin Dabrowski (ninja-moto superbike team)

Superstock race 2:

2nd Michal Prášek
6th Marek Hartl
9th Wojciech Wrobel
11th Martin Tritscher
13th Ladislav Chmelik
14th David Bozic
15th Mitja Lesjak
18th Vitas Lopinys
20th Bartlomiej Lewandowski
21st Michal Fojtik
22nd Rene Skalicky
24th Michal Bidas
29th Tomasz Serafin
DNS Catalin Cazacu

French Superbike Championship in Albi

Race 1:

1st Kenny Foray (Tecmas Racing Team) (1st SBK class) (+ fastest race lap)
13th Maxime Bonnot (Tecmas Racing Team) (8th SBK class)

Race 2:

1st Kenny Foray (1st SBK class) (+ fastest race lap)
9th Maxime Bonnot (7th SBK class)

French European Bikes Championship in Albi

Race 1:

1st Florian Brunet-Lugardon (Gers Moto Vitesse Ordannaise) (+ fastest race lap)
3rd Benjamin Colliaux (Team Cherot Moto Sport)
4th Julien Brun (JB Racing Team)
5th Cyril Brunet-Lugardon (Gers Moto Vitesse Ordannaise)
7th Florian Drouin
9th Michel Amalric (Tecmas Racing Team)
10th Leon Benichou (Team RMS)
13th Manu Dagault (Fast Team Racing)
18th Eric Dagault (DAGYmoto 72)
DNF Madjid Idres (Team ERT / Motorshow)
DNF Jonathan Gibert
DNF Frederic Pecoraro

Race 2:

1st Florian Brunet-Lugardon
2nd Benjamin Colliaux
3rd Cyril Brunet-Lugardon
4th Julien Brun
5th Florian Drouin
7th Leon Benichou
8th Frederic Pecoraro
11th Madjid Idres
13th Manu Dagault
14th Michel Amalric
19th Eric Dagault
20th Jonathan Gibert

Superbike IDM / International German Championship in Hockenheim

Race 1:

5th Pepijn Bijsterbosch (Van Zon-Remeha-BMW) (3rd STK class)
6th Jan Bühn (Van Zon-Remeha-BMW) (4th STK class)
11th Marc Neumann (Neumann Racing) (8th STK class)
16th Philipp Gengelbach (Gengelbach Motorsport) (12th STK class)
24th Björn Stuppi (Team Bergau) (15th STK class)
25th Udo Reichmann (16th STK class)
DNF Yan Ancia

Race 2:

5th Jan Bühn (3rd STK class)
9th Pepijn Bijsterbosch (5th STK class)
13th Marc Neumann (8th STK class)
20th Björn Stuppi (12th STK class)
13th Arnaud Friedrich (10th STK class)
14th Bartlomiej Wiczynski (11th STK class)
23rd Yan Ancia (5th SBK-N)
DNF Philipp Gengelbach

MFJ Superbike All Japan Road Race Championship in Okayama:

Race 1:

11th Daisaku Sakai (Rosetta Motorrad39)
14th Shinya Takeishi (SYNCEDGE 4413 Racing)
23rd Yukia Furusawa (RED SEED Motorrad)
25th Yuta Kodama (Team Tras 135HP)

Race 2:

5th Shinya Takeishi
9th Daisaku Sakai
13th Yuta Kodama
20th Yukia Furusawa

South African SuperGP Champions Trophy at the Dezzi Raceway

Race 1:

6th Lance Isaacs (Lance Isaacs Racing)
13th Frederick Ferdinand
15th Etienne Nelson
16th Johnny Krieger
DNF Heinrich Rheeder (Rheeder Racing)
DNS Garrick Vlok
DNS Jacques can Wyngaardt
DNS Evert Stoffberg

Race 2:

6th Lance Isaacs
14th Frederick Ferdinand
15th Johnny Krieger
16th Etienne Nelson
DNS Garrick Vlok
DNS Jacques van Wyngaardt
DNS Evert Stoffberg
DNS Heinrich Rheeder

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