BMW extends a operation of vehicles in patron racing with a BMW M4 GT4 from 2018.

Munich (DE), 28th Jul 2016. BMW Motorsport will send a successor
of a renouned BMW M3 GT4 into movement as of a 2018 season: a BMW
M4 GT4. This close-to-production automobile formed on a BMW M4 Coupé adds a
rival entrant in a flourishing GT4 zone to BMW Motorsport’s
operation of products and continues a prolonged and successful tradition of
BMW in patron racing. The newly grown GT sports automobile will
finish a initial tests during a finish of 2016 so that business will
have a technically polished automobile accessible for a start of a 2018 season.

“The GT4 difficulty is now experiencing a boom,” said
BMW Motorsport Director Jens Marquardt. “It offers affordable
motorsport with cars of technical high-quality and, therefore,
attracts a far-reaching aim audience. We see huge intensity around the
universe for highwayman BMW teams for whom a BMW M4 GT4 is an option.
Developing a classical patron racing automobile such as this and charity it
to highwayman teams has always been one of BMW Motorsport’s core
competencies. This also was a box with a prototype model, the
BMW M3 GT4, that is still in movement in general competition series
today. The BMW M4 Coupé provides a ideal basement for a new GT4
model. This is a clever bottom for a engineers to tighten a gap
between a patron racing spearhead, a BMW M6 GT3, and a BMW
M235i Racing for newcomers with a automobile that is intensely sporty in its
prolongation version. The BMW M4 GT4 is designed ideally for simple
use by highwayman teams, who can applaud successes around a world
as ambassadors for BMW Motorsport with this model.”

Top peculiarity and reserve standards, glorious driveability and low
regulating costs were a premises during a start of a growth of the
BMW M4 GT4. The whole drivetrain, including electronics, will be
taken from a BMW M4 Coupé. The CO carp comes from a BMW M4
GTS, and a BMW M4 GT4 has carbon-fibre doors, a special motorsport
front splitter and back wing, as good as a racing empty system. The
seats, a brakes and a pedal box use solutions carried over from
a BMW M6 GT3.

The offer of contesting races in existent GT4 classes with a BMW M4
GT4 is open to patron teams around a world. Germany, Europe, North
America and Asia all have ideal conditions for a car. BMW Motorsport
will also use a new challenger to move gifted immature drivers
closer to a GT3 category as partial of a BMW Motorsport Junior
Programme. The initial cars are due to be delivered to business in the
second half of 2017. The initial probable competition coming will be a 24
Hours of Dubai (AE) in Jan 2018.

Privateer teams can already register their seductiveness in a BMW M4 GT4
regulating a following e-mail address: [email protected]