BMW Motorrad in FIM EWC
BMW Motorrad World Endurance Team
Endurance kings: the BMW Motorrad World Endurance Team competes with the #37 BMW M 1000 RR in the FIM Endurance World Championship.Learn more
Thriller at Most: First victory in FIM EWC!
<p>Most. The BMW Motorrad World Endurance Team has made it onto the top step of the podium in the FIM Endurance World Championship (FIM EWC). The team celebrated its first victory in the FIM EWC at the final round of the 2021 season, the six-hour race in Most. After a breathtaking finish, the #37 BMW M 1000 RR crossed the finish line first to take the win. Alternating in the saddle were Ilya Mikhalchik and Markus Reiterberger. Kenny Foray was on standby as the third rider. Victory secured second place in the championship standings in the 2021 FIM EWC for the BMW Motorrad World Endurance Team.</p>LEARN MORE
BMW Motorrad Motorsport
A worldwide success story
Be it Europe, Asia, America, Africa or Australia: for years, BMW Motorrad Motorsport has celebrated wins and titles on the race tracks all around the globe.Learn more
The cradle of racing
BMW in international road racing
Isle of Man TT, Ulster Grand Prix, North West 200, Macau Grand Prix – these names make the hearts of every road racing fan beat faster.Learn more
WorldSBK in Estoril: the weekend summary.
<p>Estoril. After the third race weekend of the 2022 FIM Superbike World Championship in Estoril, the results were mixed for BMW Motorrad Motorsport. Scott Redding of the BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team finished an impressive fourth in the Superpole, before ending the races in eighth, seventh and 11th places. His team-mate Michael van der Mark crashed on Friday and fractured his right femur neck. The Bonovo action BMW Racing Team took victory in the Independent classification with Loris Baz on Saturday. However, Sunday did not go to plan for Baz and his team-mate Eugene Laverty. As well as the race action on the track, a central theme in Estoril was the 50th birthday of partner BMW M.</p>LEARN MORE