BMW M Motorsport News, 23rd Nov 2021.

24 Hours of Sebring: ST Racing claims mixed titles in the
24H Series.

The 2021 deteriorate of a 24H Series drew to a tighten during a weekend with
a 24-hour competition during Sebring (USA). The ST Racing team’s initial year in
continuation racing valid to be an intensely successful one. The contingent of
Samantha Tan (CAN), Chandler Hull and Jon Miller (both USA) won three
of a 8 races in a GT4 category during a circle of a BMW M4 GT4.
Tan, Hull and Chandler competed alongside Nick Wittmer (CAN) and
Bryson Morris (USA) during a 24 Hours of Sebring. They finished second
in a class, that was adequate to acquire ST Racing no fewer than six
titles in a 24H Series. The group won a Overall GT Teams and the
GT4 category Teams classifications. Tan, Hull and Miller were crowned
Overall GT Drivers and GT4 category Drivers champions, while Tan picked
adult a titles in a GT4 Drivers GT Junior Cup and a GT Ladies Cup.


“We owe any and any member of a group a large appreciate we for
consistently operative tough and putting in their best bid throughout
a deteriorate to make it all happen,” Tan said. “It really wasn’t
easy and we had a satisfactory share of disappointments, though we never gave
adult and thankfully it all paid off in a end. Thank we also to BMW M
Motorsport and a partners.” Next season, ST Racing will contest in
a GT3 class, in that it will run a new BMW M4 GT3.


Another BMW M Motorsport group raced in a 24 Hours of Sebring with
a BMW M4 GT4, in a form of Team ACP – Tanger Associates. They also
done it onto a podium. Catesby Jones, Jim Norman, Josh Norman and
Ken Goldberg (all USA) finished third in a GT4 class.



Macau: BMW M4 GT4 triumphs during a Guia Circuit.

The iconic Guia Circuit in Macau (MAC) is traditionally a venue of
fantastic travel racing any November. This was a box again last
weekend, with races in several opposite categories. They enclosed the
MGM Greater Bay Area GT Cup, that featured 5 BMW M4 GT4s fielded
by BMW M Motorsport teams from Asia, and a BMW M4 GT4 was unbeatable
during a Guia Circuit. Two races were hold on Saturday and Sunday. In
both races, Shan Chien Chang (TPE) claimed widespread victories in the
#88 BMW M4 GT4 run by Harmony Racing. The TORO Racing group also
claimed a serve dual lectern results. In competition one, Cheng Zun Chen
(CHN) finished runner-up in a #34 BMW M4 GT4. His team-mate Evan Hiu
Kong Mak (HKG / #99) was third in competition two.



Super Taikyu Series: Season culmination with a BMW M4 GT4 during Okayama.

The Okayama International Circuit (JPN) was a venue for a final
turn of a 2021 Super Taikyu Series in mid-November. Among those in
movement was Japanese BMW M Motorsport group SS/YZ Racing with Studie,
who competed in a #20 BMW M4 GT4. The automobile was again driven by
Tomohide Yamaguchi, Seiji Ara and Yuya Sakamoto (all JPN) during Okayama.
The contingent finished a three-hour competition in sixth place in a clever ST-Z class.