BMW'S factory Superbike squad are said to be considering a couple of domestic championships and are keeping a keen eye on the British series as a place to further develop the S1000RR.
Both of the factory's World Superbike riders Troy Corser and Ruben Xaus have scored top ten finishes, with a best of fifth for the Australian, so far this year and BMW are looking for a series to bring the bikes to a bigger audience.
A source said: "The British series is something BMW are definitely considering among the options for a domestic championships. We would need to think hard about how to run a team as Alpha Technic, who run the World Superbikes, may not be able to supply four bikes to the series.
"BMW would have to look at the teams in the paddock that could help to develop the bike and, clearly, teams that have the financial backing to be able to do the job the factory want to do."