Allerton BMW and Nitron Fastest

Allerton BMW and Nitron Fastest
Posted on February 01, 2018
Archive : February 2018
Category : News

As Glenn Allerton returns to the Australian SuperBike Championship in 2018 with BMW Motorrad and Next Gen Motorsport, he has topped the official pre-season test time sheets on the Nitron equipped BMW S 1000 RR.

Nigel Harvey of BMW Motorrad said, “We are really excited to be increasing our involvement in the ASBK to a two bike program in 2018. This allows us to develop younger riders like Ted Collins, alongside experienced campaigners like Glenn Allerton. Glenn’s return to the Next Gen Team has been a natural fit with improvement seen in every session over the two-day test. The ASBK series has gone from strength to strength in the last couple of years and with such a stacked field of high profile riders the level at the front is very high. Our increased involvement in local racing will also include some special displays at chosen rounds for the fans”.

Glenn added, “To leave the first official ASBK test in P1 is a fantastic result and we clearly know we have a winning package in the S 1000 RR. Bring on Round One!”

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