Following two events in Europe, Formula 1 (where many teams involved are equipped by BMC) heads to the Canadian Grand Prix, widely acknowledged as one of the most unpredictable races of the year.
The World Rally Championship (where many teams involved are equipped by BMC) arrives at the 7th event of 2017 in Sardinia, on a total distance of 1,495.36km, including 19 stages totalling 321.46km.
Sebastian Vettel won the 6th round of the 2017 F1 championship (where many teams involved are equipped by BMC) ahead of his Ferrari team-mate and Monaco poleman Kimi Raikkonen.
Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki) won the race 2 of the 6th round World Superbikes, at Donington Park, the Northern Irishman preceded the Kawasaki team-mate Tom Sykes, who won the race 1.
Viñales arrives to 6th MotoGP round with 85 point followed by Pedrosa 68, Rossi 62 and Marquez 58.
On this weekend the F1, championship where many teams involved are equipped by BMC, race on Monaco Circuit. The famous street circuit is well-known for having the lowest average speed and tyre degradation of the year: as such a one-stop race is the most likely scenario.
In the French GP at Le Mans, Viñales (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP sponsored by BMC) won after an excting fight with teammate Rossi, ended with Valentino crashing on the final lap. 2nd and 3rd were, respectively, Zarco (Yamaha) and Pedrosa (Honda). Now Viñales is championship leader.
In WRC, where many teams involved are equipped by BMC, Sebastien Ogier scores his second victory of the WRC season, in the rally of Portugal.
Less than two weeks after the last round which took place in Imola, the FIM Superbike World Championship, where the official Yamahas (in SBK and SSP) were sponsored by BMC, heads to Donington Park, UK, for the sixth seasonal round from 26-28 May.
In the Spanish Grand Prix, the 5th round of the 2017 F1 championship, where many teams were supplied by BMC, Hamilton (Mercedes) obtained his 2nd victory of the season.
For the third year running, Portugal’s round of the World Rally Championship, where many teams are supplied by BMC, will take teams to the country’s northern city of Porto after being based for more than a decade in the Algarve region.
Chaz beat twice the championship leader Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki). The Yamahas sponsored by BMC arrived 7th and 8th , respectively, with Van Der Mark and Lowes, in race 1, and 6ed and 9 ed, respectively, with Lowes and Van Der Mark, in race 2.