When the BMW Motorrad Race Trophy was launched, BMW Motorrad also became the first manufacturer in the world to organise a global motor racing project that ranks the world's non-professional BMW riders. The response among BMW racers around the world has been incredible.

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Points Mean Prizes.

Points Mean Prizes.

At the end of the season the top 15 riders share a prize fund totalling a massive €100,000, with the overall winner taking home €20,000. 

Each rider who wins their respective championship receives €2,500 while their team is awarded €7,500.

A race finisher bonus of €500 is given to riders who fufill the race finisher bonus criteria. 

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Find out more about the BMW Motorrad Race Trophy by watching this Q&A video with Uwe Geyer, Head of BMW Motorrad Motorsport Marketing.

2016 was another season of growth for the BMW Race Trophy, the competition tighter than ever with the likes of Ian Hutchinson, Michael Laverty and Christian Iddon all challenging for the top spot. But the award went to the Canada's Jordan Szoke, who won seven out of seven races to clinch the Canadian Superbike crown and take home €20,000 in prize money.

The 37-year old Canadian praised the strength of the BMW S 1000 RR, allowing him to be consistent at every round. Taylor Mackenzie's Stock 1000 title gave him 400.82 points, putting him fourth overall and 50 points off Szoke. Hutchinson was fifth thanks to his 383.30 BMW Race Trophy points.

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