BMW Motorrad Race Trophy: France’s Emilien Jaillet climbs into the top three, Markus Reiterberger continues to lead.
The FSBK race weekend in Carole saw Emilien Jaillet bag a brace of wins – Lee Jackson was also on the podium in the Superstock class of the BSB in Silverstone.
Munich, 3rd September 2014. Change was once again the order of the day at top of the standings in the BMW Motorrad Race Trophy: two wins in the French Superbike Championship (FSBK) were enough to propel Emilien Jaillet (FR) into third place. Lee Jackson (GB) made up more ground – he once again secured a place on the podium in the Superstock class of the British Superbike Championship (BSB).
BMW Motorrad Race Trophy: Jaillet the new third-placed man.
The French rider Emilien Jaillet has joined the front-runners in the BMW Motorrad Race Trophy. He races in the European Bikes class of the French Superbike Championship and won both races (see below) on his BMW S 1000 RR at the penultimate round of the season in Carole (FR). The Race Trophy points he received for this result take his tally to 193.00 points. Jaillet thus climbed from seventh to third place. The overall leader remains Markus Reiterberger (DE), whose successes in the International German Motorcycle Championship (SUPERBIKE*IDM) and the FIM Endurance World Championship (EWC) have given him 203.75 Race Trophy points so far this season. Second overall is Northern Ireland’s Michael Dunlop (199.38 / Isle of Man Tourist Trophy and BSB).
French Superbike Championship in Carole.
The racetrack in Carole, to the northeast of Paris, hosted the fifth round of the French Superbike Championship last weekend. And it was once again the BMW Motorrad privateers who dominated proceedings. Six BMW S 1000 RR bikes finished in the top seven in both races. Victory on both occasions went to Emilien Jaillet. He was joined on the podium after race one on Saturday by fellow BMW rider Cyril Brunet-Lugardon (FR), who finished third on his RR. He was followed in the places four to seven by BMW Motorrad privateers Michel Amalric, Madjid Idres, Florian Drouin and Remi Boitel (all FR). In Sunday’s second race, Laurent Aymonin (FR) followed Jaillet onto the podium in second place on his RR. Amalric, Brunet-Lugardon, Idres and Drouin came home fourth to seventh.
BSB National Superstock 1000 Championship in Silverstone.
The Superstock class in the British Superbike Championship (BSB), the National Superstock 1000 Championship, shared the bill with MotoGP last weekend. It staged its ninth race of the season on the support programme for the British Grand Prix in Silverstone (GB). Lee Jackson (GB) finished third for the Buildbase BMW Motorrad team on a BMW S 1000 RR. This was his fifth podium of the season. He was followed over the line by Hudson Kennaugh (ZA / Linxcel Moto Racing) in fourth place. These results saw Jackson and Kennaugh pick up more Race Trophy points, with both making up several positions in the BMW Motorrad Race Trophy standings.
Brazilian Superbike Championship in Cascavel.
Cascavel (BR) was the stage for the fourth round of the Brazilian Superbike Championship (BRSBK). In the GP Light class, BMW Motorrad privateer Fernando Neiva (BR / Black Day Racing Team) finished fourth, with Lucas Teodoro (BR / BMW Motorrad Alex Barros Racing) coming home sixth.
2014 BMW Motorrad Race Trophy – Current Standings.
Status: 3rd September 2014
|1||Markus Reiterberger (DE)||IDM, EWC||203,75|
|2||Michael Dunlop (GB)||IOMTT, BSB||199,38|
|3||Emilien Jaillet (FR)||FSBK||193,00|
|4||Marco Nekvasil (AT)||IDM||174,50|
|5||Bastien Mackels (BE)||IDM, EWC||174,00|
|6||Cyril Brunet-Lugardon (FR)||FSBK||170,00|
|7||Jordan Szoke (CA)||CSBK||153,50|
|8||Laurent Aymonin (FR)||FSBK||149,00|
|9||Lucy Glöckner (DE)||IDM||141,00|
|10||Lee Jackson (GB)||BSB||141,00|
|11||Lance Isaacs (ZA)||SAM||129,75|
|12||Ivan Silva Alberola (ES)||CEV||129,00|
|13||Michel Amalric (FR)||FSBK||126,00|
|14||Dominik Vincon (DE)||IDM||110,25|
|15||Alessandro Polita (IT)||CIV||105,00|
16. Luca Conforti (IT/CIV/101,25), 17. Daniel Rivas Fernandes (ES/CEV/101,00), 18. Matthieu Lussiana (FR/BRSBK/99,50), 19. Michael Rutter (GB/IOMTT/BSB/96,33), 20. Leon Bovee (NL/IDM/95,25), 21. Ryuichi Kiyonari (JP/BSB/93,00), 22. Gianluca Vizziello (IT/CIV/90,00), 23. Hudson Kennaugh (ZA/BSB/86,00), 24. Andy Rey (FR/FSBK/82,00), 25. Uwe Gürck (DE/SWC/81,72), 26. Eeki Kuparinen (FI/CEV/80,00), 27. Federico D‘Annunzio (IT/WSTK/78,00), 28. Fabrizio Perotti (IT/CIV/75,00), 29. Alessio Corradi (IT/CIV/73,75), 30. Stefan Nebel (DE/IDM/73,50), 31. Marc Neumann (DE/IDM/70,50), 32. Denni Schiavoni (IT/CIV/68,75), 33. Janine Davies (ZA/SAM/67,50), 34. Florian Drouin (FR/FSBK/67,00), 35. Björn Stuppi (DE/EWC/61,95), 36. Hayato Takada (JP/EWC/MFJ/61,95), 37. Thomas Hainthaler (DE/IDM/60,00), 38. Marco Muzio (IT/CIV/55,00), 39. Mark Albrecht (DE/IDM/51,00), 40. Jean Foray (FR/FSBK/45,00), 41. Florian Brunet-Lugardon (FR/FSBK/41,00), 42. Marco Sousa (CA/CSBK/41,00), 43. Jörg Steinhausen (DE/SWC/40,80), 44. Nicolas Pouhair (FR/FSBK/36,00), 45. Daisaku Sakai (JP/MFJ/EWC/34,73), 46. Lucas Teodoro (BR/BRSBK/33,00), 47. Sergiy Grygorovych (UA/IDM/30,00), 48. Robert Muresan (RO/WSTK/30,00), 49. Kohji Teramoto (JP/MFJ/EWC/28,96), 50. Lucas Barros (BR/BRSBK/27,00), 51. James Westmoreland (GB/BSB/22,00), 52. Rémi Boitel (FR/FSBK/21,00), 53. Patric Muff (CH/BSB/19,33), 54. Camille Hedelin (FR/FSBK/18,00), 55. Tim Robinson (CA/CSBK/17,50), 56. Luciano Ribodino (AR/BRSBK/16,50), 57. Alessio Velini (IT/CIV/15,00), 58. Shinya Takeishi (JP/MFJ/EWC/10,73), 59. Imre Toth (HU/WSBK/6,50), 60. David Datzer (DE/IDM/6,00), 61. Martjin Polinder (DK/IDM/3,00), 62. Peter Sebestyen (HU/WSBK/3,00), 63. Filip Altendorfer (DE/EWC/2,45), 63. Florian Bauer (DE/EWC/2,45), 63. Rico Löwe (DE/EWC/2,45), 66. Didier Grams (DE/Macau Grand Prix/0,00)
It is still possible to register for the 2014 BMW Motorrad Race Trophy on the websitewww.bmw-motorrad.de/motorsport. The deadline for registrations for the current season is not until 2nd November 2014, entry is free. Regardless of when the registrations are received, each participant will receive points for all the race events he/she has competed in since the start of the scoring period on 15th February 2014. So the ranking can also continuously change as new participants are added.