BMW M Motorsport News, 4th Oct 2021.

DTM: Difficult weekend during a Hockenheimring.

The BMW M Motorsport teams from Walkenhorst Motorsport and ROWE
Racing were incompetent to record a tip formula they had hoped for during the
penultimate foe weekend of a DTM deteriorate during a Hockenheimring
(GER). Marco Wittmann (GER), who began a weekend in second place in
a drivers’ standings, was forced to retire from Saturday’s foe in
his BMW M6 GT3. He was incompetent to urge on eleventh place on Sunday
and finished empty-handed. Wittmann is in fourth position forward of the
finale, his home foe during a Norisring (GER). Timo Glock (GER) reached
a points for ROWE Racing on Sunday, finishing in tenth place. He
claimed 14th position on Sunday. Sheldon outpost der Linde (RSA) endured
some unequivocally bad fitness and had to retire his BMW M6 GT3 from both races.

 

“It was a really frustrating and unsatisfactory weekend for us,” said
Wittmann. “Ultimately, we as a whole BMW group simply didn’t produce
a opening over a weekend. We need to find out what caused it.”

 

DTM Trophy: BMW M4 GT4 wins both races during Hockenheim.

Theo Oeverhaus (GER) and Ben Green (GBR) were a dual vast winners of
a penultimate foe weekend in a DTM Trophy deteriorate during the
Hockenheimring (GER). Just 16 years old, Oeverhaus distinguished his
initial win in a top-level foe array on Saturday in a BMW M4 GT4
from Walkenhorst Motorsport. He followed that adult with another podium
on Sunday, finishing third as a sleet set in. FK Performance
Motorsport motorist Green distinguished feat in a second foe as he
changed behind to a tip of a altogether standings. He had already crossed
a finish line initial in foe one, however he perceived a 30-second
time chastisement for withdrawal too vast a opening forward during a reserve car
period, that forsaken him behind to ninth place. Third place in
Saturday’s foe went to Green’s team-mate Moritz Löhner (GER). Ahead
of a final weekend in a DTM Trophy during a Norisring (GER), Green
has a three-point lead over William Tregurtha (GBR, Mercedes) in the
conflict for a title.

 

ADAC GT Masters: Points finish for Schubert Motorsport.

On a fifth out of 7 foe weekends in a ADAC GT Masters during the
Sachsenring (GER), Jesse Krohn (FIN) and Nick Yelloly (GBR) finished
in a points in Saturday’s foe in a BMW M6 GT3 from Schubert
Motorsport. The twin battled adult from 14th on a grid to finish tenth.
They gave another chasing opening on Sunday, surpassing from
twelfth on a grid to seventh place, though were unfit after the
foe for technical reasons.

 

ADAC GT4 Germany: Win and altogether lead for Schrey and Piana.

Michael Schrey (GER) and Gabriele Piana (ITA) sojourn on march for
a pretension after a fifth of 7 foe weekends in a ADAC GT4
Germany during a Sachsenring (GER). The twin won Sunday’s foe in a BMW
M4 GT4 from Hofor Racing by Bonk Motorsport, carrying cumulative fifth
place on Saturday. In a altogether standings, Schrey and Piana each
have 170 points and are 35 points forward of their nearest rivals. There
was another lectern finish to applaud for a BMW M4 GT4 on Sunday.
Marcel Lenerz and Christopher Dreyspring (both GER) from a Schubert
Motorsport group finished in third place.

 

GT World Challenge America: Turner Motorsport shows team
suggestion during Sebring.

From a sporting perspective, a foe weekend in a SRO GT World
Challenge America during Sebring (USA) was a beating for Turner
Motorsport. However, a approach a racing played out authorised them to
give a ideal arrangement of group spirit. After a pile-up in qualifying,
a BMW M6 GT3 was so exceedingly shop-worn that not all a tools required
to correct it were accessible during a racetrack. Despite that, a crew
still managed to acquire a deputy tools within a limited
volume of time, to reconstruct a car, and to during slightest take partial in race
dual on Sunday. Unfortunately, that outrageous bid was not rewarded with a
good foe result.

 

GT4/GT/TC America: Successful weekend for BMW M Motorsport teams.

BMW M Motorsport teams distinguished many successes with a BMW M4 GT4,
BMW M2 CS Racing and a BMW M240i Racing during a foe weekend at
Sebring (USA). In GT America, Sean Quinlan (USA) won a GT4 difficulty in
a Saturday foe during a circle of a Stephen Cameron Racing BMW M4 GT4.
In a second race, he was hampered by a spin after a collision.

 

In GT4 America, Quinlan and Gregory Liefooghe (USA) finished third to
explain a symbol on a lectern in a Pro-Am difficulty on Saturday, as did
Bill Auberlen and James Walker (both USA) on Sunday. In a Silver
class, third place went to Stevan McAleer (GBR) and Toby Grahovec
(USA) in foe one, and Tim Barber and Cole Ciraulo (both USA) in race
two. In a Am class, Paul Sparta and Al Carter (both USA) won
Saturday’s race, before finishing runner-up on Sunday.

 

In a TCX difficulty of TC America, a leader of both races was Stephen
Cugliari (USA). He done his symbol on a weekend in a Accelerating
Performance BMW M2 CS Racing. Jacob Ruud (USA) from Team Classic BMW
was runner-up in both races. Third place went to Garrett Adams (USA)
and Roy Block (ARG). In a TC class, Austen Smith (USA) from a Auto
Technic Racing group enjoyed a ideal weekend with dual victories in
a BMW M240i Racing.

 

Nürburgring Endurance Series: The difficulty winners during NLS 8.

At a finish of September, a BMW Junior Team was not alone in
celebrating another lectern finish during a eighth foe of the
Nürburgring Endurance Series 2021 (NLS) during the
Nürburgring-Nordschleife (GER). In a particular classes, a BMW M
Motorsport teams distinguished another 4 wins.

 

In a Cup5 class, a BMW M2 CS Racing Cup NLS, Marc Ehret, Moritz
Oberheim and Nico Otto (all GER) triumphed again in a #875 BMW M2 CS
Racing from FK Performance Motorsport. Second place in a BMW M2 CS
Racing Cup NLS went to Francesco Merlini (ITA), Yannick Fübrich (GER)
and David Griessner (AUT) in a #870 of Adrenalin Motorsport Team
Alzner Automotive. Third place was claimed by Thomas Leyherr and Lars
Peucker (both GER) in a #899 BMW M2 CS Racing from LifeCar
Racing/KRAC im ADAC e.V.

 

The Adrenalin Motorsport Team Alzner Automotive distinguished dual class
wins in a eighth NLS foe of a season. The group continued its
winning run in a V4 difficulty with a #1 BMW 352i. The automobile was again
driven by Christopher Rink, Danny Brink and Philipp Leisen (all GER).
The Adrenalin Motorsport Team Alzner Automotive also won a VT2
class. Rink common pushing duties during a circle of a #481 BMW 330i
with Philipp Stahlschmidt and Daniel Zils (both GER).

 

In a BMW M240i class, feat again went to a #700 BMW M240i
Racing from Team Hofor Racing by Bonk Motorsport. This time, a car
was driven by Michael Schrey (GER), Michael Fischer and Markus Fischer
(both AUT). Jake Dennis (GBR) was competing again in this class. The
third-placed motorist in a ABB FIA Formula E World Championship 2021
once again raced alongside Niklas Krütten (GER) in a #652 BMW M240i
Racing from a Adrenalin Motorsport Team Alzner Automotive. The duo
cumulative stick position and posted a fastest path time in a class,
though afterwards late due to a technical defect.

 

The ninth and final NLS foe of a 2021 deteriorate will take place next
Sunday, 9th October. Ahead of a finale, Brink and Leisen tip the
altogether standings in a NLS with 66.59 points and a lead of 0.55 points.

 

TC France: Victory and pretension win for a BMW M2 CS Racing.

At a final turn of a TC France deteriorate during Le Castellet (FRA),
Steven Palette (FRA) from a VSF Sports – Amplitude Automobile team
won a Driver title. Fourth and third places in a final dual races
were sufficient to urge a tip symbol in a altogether standings in his
BMW M2 CS Racing. Ricardo outpost der Ende (NED) from a L’Espace
Bienvenue group was second. He took feat in a final foe in his
BMW M2 CS Racing. In a Team competition, initial place in a thrilling
culmination went to VSF Sports – Amplitude Automobile, with a lead of just
dual points.

 

12H Hungary: Two difficulty victories for BMW M Motorsport teams.

ST Racing, with Samantha Tan (CAN), Chandler Hull and Jon Miller
(both USA) during a circle of a BMW M4 GT4, took feat in a GT4 class
during a 12H Hungary, that was hold as partial of a 24H SERIES during the
Hungaroring (HUN). In a TCX category, initial place went to a BMW M4
GTR of Munckhof Racing, with a drivers Eric outpost basement Munckhof and
Marco Poland (both NED). JR Motorsport raced with a BMW M6 GT3 in the
tip difficulty and finished fourth altogether with drivers Ted outpost Vliet,
Ruud Olij and Bas Schouten (all NED).

 

British GT: Century Motorsport to contest with a new BMW M4
GT3 in 2022.

BMW M Motorsport will also be competing with a new BMW M4 GT3 in
a 2022 British GT Championship. Century Motorsport will foe a car
in a tip difficulty in further to stability a impasse with the
BMW M4 GT4 in a GT4 class. At a after date, a group will announce
either it will contest with a second BMW M4 GT3 and who a drivers
will be.

 

BTCC: Colin Turkington on a lectern during Silverstone.

Colin Turkington (GBR) chalked adult another lectern finish during a eighth
foe weekend in a British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) at
Silverstone (GBR) during a finish of September. Turkington finished third
with his #2 BMW 330i M Sport in a second of 3 races. He claimed
fifth and eighth positions in a other hotly-contested races. His
team-mate Stephen Jelley (GBR) also done it into a tip 10 in the
#12 BMW 330i M Sport in all 3 races. He finished in ninth, eighth
and fifth positions. BMW extended a lead in a manufacturers’
standings in a BTCC. BMW now tops a list with 702 points, a lead
of 82 points. The penultimate eventuality of a 2021 deteriorate will take place
subsequent weekend (9th/10th October) during Donington Park (GBR).