WSBK » BMW reiterates customer support commitment


In the wake of its factory withdrawal from the World Superbike Championship, BMW outlines its plans for supporting any prospective customer programme.

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andrew2k

October 22, 2013 10:40 AM

Its pretty sad to see BMW leave, but then again given the way the economy have been it doesn't come as a surprise to see them leave WSBK, let along join MotoGP as a factory team. At least its great of them to continue supporting privateers.

RyanJG

October 23, 2013 2:59 AM

I can't blame them, they've thrown so much money to come up to speed in such a short space of time, and now all of a sudden the switch to EVO is looming. The structure they're putting in is probably in prep for that.

V4Poweeeer

October 23, 2013 3:59 AM

No point dishing out anything into next season anyway. Real shame that the grid will be a bit scarce at the pointy end with most new entries likely to all be evo bikes and only two competitive factory teams on the grid.

Next years not looking as good as the last two but we'll see hopefully when the grid is all evo the grid will be bigger and and more competitive all round.

shamarone

October 23, 2013 7:43 AM

re: "We will do our bit to ensure that the RRS and HP4s in action in various championships are even more competitive."

right then, you can start by homologating a new bike based on all the data you've gleaned the past 5 seasons.

re: "I am confident that we can follow on from the success we have achieved so far, and that BMW Motorrad can win over even more customers around the world through this project.”

see, entry above.



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