BMW Motorsport continues a pre-season preparations with a BMW M4 DTM during a three-day exam in Monteblanco.

Monteblanco (ES), 25th Feb 2016. As preparations for a 2016
DTM deteriorate continue, BMW Motorsport finished 3 days of contrast at
a “Circuito Monteblanco” in a southwest of Spain from Tuesday to
Thursday. Two BMW M4 DTMs were in action, with BMW drivers Marco
Wittmann (DE), Bruno Spengler (CA), Timo Glock (DE) and Augusto Farfus
(BR) pity a pushing duties.


BMW Motorsport used a three-day exam to fine-tune a BMW M4 DTM.
Together with a DMSB, a 3 manufacturers concerned in a DTM
also tested new systems to optimise reserve during use sessions,
subordinate and a races.


Conditions during a 3.357-kilometre circuit nearby Seville (ES) were good
on all 3 days. Predominantly balmy continue and light breeze saw air
temperatures stand as high as 18 degrees Celsius. Only on Thursday
morning was a lane primarily damp, after sleet a prior evening.
The fastest time of a exam was set by Timo Glock (DE) on Thursday.
The BMW motorist lapped a circuit in Andalusia in a time of 1:21.311 minutes.


The final exam before a DTM opener on 7th/8th May will take place
in Germany: all 8 BMW drivers and a antithesis will take to the
lane during a Hockenheimring (DE) from 5th to 8th April.



Quotes from a DTM exam in Monteblanco.


Marco Wittmann:

“After a prolonged winter break, we was unequivocally vehement to get behind in
a car. It was also good to make my initial tour in a Red Bull BMW
M4 DTM. The new colours on a automobile weigh a start of a new chapter
for me in 2016. We had dual good exam days, on that we were means to
finish a extensive exam programme. we finished a second day with
a second-fastest time, that was a large positive. It was critical to
get behind behind a circle and get copiousness of laps of contrast underneath my
belt. We are apparently wakeful that we need to urge a performance
compared to a 2015 season. However, we am assured we will do so, as
we have worked tough to urge over a winter. we am now vehement to
see how a cars all review in 2016.”


Bruno Spengler:

“It was good fun to finally be behind in a BMW M4 DTM. It has
been utterly a while. You always unequivocally demeanour brazen to removing back
into a DTM car, and it is sparkling to start a final proviso of the
pre-season preparations. We can be unequivocally happy with a test. We did
a good job, though we apparently still have copiousness to do before a first
race. We will continue to urge a set-up of a automobile in sequence to be
as rival as probable this season.”


Timo Glock:

“It is good to get behind in a automobile and finish some kilometres
of contrast after a prolonged break. Monteblanco is a unequivocally specific track,
with singular pavement and many bumps. However, we were means to work
by a programme well. we also used a exam to take my first
stairs with my new team, BMW Team RMG, and to get to know my new
operative and Stefan Reinhold’s outfit. we am now looking brazen to the
subsequent exam in Hockenheim, and wish that we have good continue there too.”


Augusto Farfus:
“It was good to be behind behind the
circle of a BMW M4 DTM and to get behind into a rhythm. we also
enjoyed operative with my new team, BMW Team MTEK. we felt unequivocally welcome
and it was also engaging to try set-up options with my new
crew. Now we can’t wait to get behind in a automobile during a Hockenheim test.“