Racing Series

British Superbike Championship

Description

The British Superbike Championship BSB is, next to the American MotoAmerica, the world’s most important und most competitive national motorcycle championship. For young riders, it’s a real stepping stone on their way to the world championships. The Superbike and Superstock class races count towards the Race Trophy. Strong BMW teams are competing in both categories.

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Round 1

When: 25th – 27st June
Where: Oulton Park

Round 2

When: 9th – 11th July
Where: Knockhill

Round 3

When: 23rd – 25th July
Where: Brands Hatch GP

Round 4

When: 30th July – 1st August
Where: Thruxton

Round 5

When: 13th – 15th August
Where: Donington Park

Round 6

When: 20th – 22nd August
Where: Cadwell Park

Round 7

When: 3rd – 5th September
Where: Snetterton

Round 8

When: 10th – 12th September
Where: Silverstone

Round 9

When: 24th – 26th September
Where: Oulton Park

Round 10

When: 1st – 3rd October
Where: Donington Park

Round 11

When: 15th – 17th October
Where: Brands Hatch GP

International German Championship

Description

The history of the International German Championship IDM dates back to the year 1924. Then and now, BMW racers have been playing an important role in this traditional championship. They won numerous titles in the first decades, and this continued into the recent past. In the last nine years, they claimed the title six times. 

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Round 1

When: cancelled
Where: Lausitzring

Round 2

When: cancelled
Where: Sachsenring

Round 3

When: 20th – 23rd May
Where: Oschersleben

Round 4

When: 11th – 13th June
Where: Most (Czech Republic)

Round 5

When: 16th – 18th July
Where: Nürburgring

Round 6

When: 23rd – 25th July 
Where: Schleizer Dreieck

Round 7

When: 13th – 15th August
Where: Assen (Netherlands)

Round 8

When: 27th – 29th August
Where: Red Bull Ring (Austria)

Round 9

When: 24th – 26th September
Where: Hockenheim

French Superbike Championship

Description

The French Superbike Championship FSBK is the most important national championship in France. Its debut season was held 40 years ago, in 1981. Since the introduction of the BMW S 1000 RR, BMW riders are also a strong factor in the FSBK. Since 2010, they have won the title on four occasions and celebrated numerous wins and podiums.

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Round 1

When: 26th – 28th March
Where: Le Mans

Round 2

When: 23rd – 25th April
Where: Nogaro

Round 3

When: 28th – 30th May
Where: Lédenon

Round 4

When: 11th – 13th June
Where: Pau Arnos

Round 5

When: 2nd – 4th July
Where: Magny-Cours

Round 6

When: 20th – 22nd August
Where: Carole

Round 7

When: 10th – 12th September
Where: Alès

French European Bikes Championship

Description

The French European Bikes Championship holds its races on the FSBK weekends. The specialty of this series is that it is only for motorcycles of European manufacturers. BMW riders dominated this championship in recent years.

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Round 1

When: 26th – 28th March
Where: Le Mans

Round 2

When: 23rd – 25th April
Where: Nogaro

Round 3

When: 28th – 30th May
Where: Lédenon

Round 4

When: 11th – 13th June
Where: Pau Arnos

Round 5

When: 2nd – 4th July
Where: Magny-Cours

Round 6

When: 20th – 22nd August
Where: Carole

Round 7

When: 10th – 12th September
Where: Alès

Italian Superbike Championship

Description

The Italian Motorcycle Championship CIV (Campionato Italiano Velocità) is one of the world’s oldest racing series, being first held in 1911. Today, the Italian Superbike Championship is one of the several CIV categories. It is home of the best Italian racers and many of the competing riders are also well-known on the international stage.

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Round 1

When: 17th – 18th April
Where: Mugello

Round 2

When: 15th – 16th May
Where: Misano

Round 3

When: 3rd – 4th July
Where: Imola

Round 4

When: 24th – 25th July
Where: Misano

Round 5

When: 28th – 29th August
Where: Mugello

Round 6

When: 9th – 10th October
Where: Vallelunga

Italian National Trophy 1000

Description

The Italian National Trophy 1000 is also one of the categories under the roof of the Italian Motorcycle Championship CIV (Campionato Italiano Velocità). The National Trophy was introduced in 2012 – and with several title wins, BMW riders are part of those to beat.

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Round 1

When: 17th – 18th April
Where: Mugello

Round 2

When: 15th – 16th May
Where: Misano

Round 3

When: 3rd – 4th July
Where: Imola

Round 4

When: 24th – 25th July
Where: Misano

Round 5

When: 28th – 29th August
Where: Mugello

Round 6

When: 9th – 10th October
Where: Vallelunga

Spanish Superbike Championship

Description

Motorcycle races have been held for more than 100 years in Spain. The history of the Spanish Championship reaches back until 1915. The Superbike class was introduced in 1987. Many of the international known Spanish riders competed in the Spanish Championship on their way to the top. In 2017 and 2018, BMW rider Carmelo Morales was crowned champion.

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Round 1

When: 10th – 11th April
Where: Jerez

Round 2

When: 15th – 16th May
Where: Navarra

Round 3

When: 19th – 20th June
Where: MotorLand Aragón

Round 4

When: 17th – 18th July
Where: Barcelona

Round 5

When: 28th – 29th August
Where: Navarra

Round 6

When: 23rd – 24th October
Where: Valencia

Round 7

When: 30th – 31st October
Where: Jerez

Overview

Overview

In 2021, the BMW Motorrad Race Trophy goes full throttle again. This unique worldwide competition unites privateer BMW racers from different championships all around the globe. For the new season, we have come up with some innovations.

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