Sport: 100 Yamaha victories in the Superbike World Championship: Razgatlioglu continues to catch up

also no sense of achievement in Donington: What's going on at Garrett Gerloff?

 also no sense of achievement in Donington: What's going on at Garrett Gerloff? © Yamaha Garrett Gerloff lies in the driver's ranking outside the top 10 The shape of Yamaha-Pilot Garrett Gerloff continues. Since the start accident with brand colleague Toprak Razgatlioglu at the WSBK run in Assen a year ago, the American is looking for his shape. On July 4, 2021, Gerloff was on the podium for the last time. At that time he ended the second race in Donington in second place.

In Tschechien sorgte Toprak Razgatlioglu für einen Meilenstein © Motorsport Images in the Czech Republic, Toprak Razgatlioglu provided a milestone

Toprak Razgatlioglu in Most in the Superbike World Championship. On Sunday the world champion won the Superpole race and the second main race. He has now won six of the past eight races!

"It is becoming increasingly difficult to summarize Toprak's recent achievements," says Yamaha team boss Paul Denning amazed, but full of praise. "We saw two nerve -wracking races again and a great spectacle."

"Big congratulations on Toprak and the entire team. The Yamaha engineers have again ensured that our package got better and better. That was the key so that it could take this step during self-confidence and performance."

Behind the expectations: Honda at the WSBK in Donington only fifth force

 Behind the expectations: Honda at the WSBK in Donington only fifth force © Motorsport Images Iker Lecuona fought in Donington with arm pump problems Yamaha-Werkpilot Toprak Razgatlioglu celebrated three runs at the Superbike World Championship in Donington and got it The maximum number of points. Kawasaki, Ducati and BMW also made it into the top 3 and were therefore in striking distance. Honda, on the other hand, fought problems in Donington and was only fifth strength. The podium was out of reach for Iker Lecuona and team -mate Xavi Vierge.

On Saturday Razgatlioglu still had to give up Alvaro Bautista (Ducati). "My biggest problem was the grip on the rear wheel, but we could improve that," says Razgatlioglu, the key to increasing performance.

"On Saturday my tire decreased. But we made a big step forward. I needed after 15 round grip. I had a better feeling for the tires. The rear tire went through, but the feeling was better than on Saturday."

"After I had overtaken Bautista, I drove more relaxed. I saw the lap times on the pit panel. Tighting Alvaro is always difficult because it is so fast on the straight one, but slower in some curves."

in the World Cup Razgatlioglu goes third in the summer break. His deficit to Bautista is 38 points and REA is only missing seven points. With its success run in the past few weeks, the title defense has become possible again.

BSB champion Mackenzie dreams of full WSBK season

 BSB champion Mackenzie dreams of full WSBK season © Motorsport Images Tarran Mackenzie, after his WSBK debut, the complete change from the BSB to Tarran Mackenzie has successfully completed its first race weekend in the Superbike World Championship (WSBK) . Originally, the champion of the 2021 season of the British Superbike Championship (BSB) should have given its WSBK debut in Assen at the end of April. Due to an injury he had suffered during the winter break, this was delayed. the previous weekend in Donington was the time.

"I don't look at the World Cup, I am concentrating for races. Many victories are important to me. This is a very good motivation for us, because I fight for victory in every race. I have really enjoyed the races in Most ! "

Razgatlioglu also ensured the 100th and 101st Yamaha victory in the Superbike World Championship in the Czech Republic. Yamaha has overtaken Kawasaki in the brand rating and is now the first pursuer of Ducati. The direction of march at Razgatlioglu and Yamaha fits.

But now the long summer break is not on the calendar with any race in August. "I don't like such a long break," says the Turk. "I prefer to have a free weekend after a race and then the next race is coming up. I will only take a week or two break. Then I go to Barcelona."

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