Whether in a DTM, a IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar
Championship, or large other championships: Week after
week BMW teams and drivers around a universe do conflict for points,
victories and titles. Away from a line too, members of the
large BMW Motorsport family around a universe are also creating
headlines. The “BMW Motorsport News” allows us to regularly
summarize all a movement for we in a compress and informative
manner. This way, we are always adult to speed.
BTCC: Win and lectern for BMW drivers during Rockingham
The BMW 125i M Sport stays on a highway to success in a British
Touring Car Championship (BTCC). In a 3 races during Rockingham
(GBR), a BMW drivers clinched a win and a serve podium. Andrew
Jordan (GBR) won a third competition from stick position for a West Surrey
Racing team. In a initial dual races of a day, he finished in twelfth
and seventh place. Colin Turkington (GBR) distinguished third place in
a second race. In a conflict for a title, he also picked up
profitable points for finishing sixth in a initial and third races. His
team-mate Rob Collard (GBR), in a third BMW 125i M Sport, only
managed to measure in a second race. After holding 17th
place in competition one, he showed clever fighting suggestion and finished in
eighth. In a third race, he was in fifth place before timid after
Japanese Super GT: Augusto Farfus contests 1000km in Suzuka.
Like final year, BMW DTM motorist Augusto Farfus (BRA) headed to Suzuka
(JPN) for a deteriorate prominence of a Japanese Super GT Championship
to support BMW Team Studie in a iconic 1000km race. Farfus shared
a BMW M6 GT3 cockpit with a dual unchanging drivers, Jörg Müller (GER)
and Seiji Ara (JPN). In a formidable subordinate session, a contingent could
not urge on 25th on a grid and afterwards had to start the
competition from a array line after problems during warm-up. In a race, the
series 7 automobile softened significantly, though usually missed out on a
top-ten result, finishing in eleventh place after 158 laps. The second
BMW M6 GT3 of Autobacs Racing Team Aguri late from a competition in the
IWSC: BMW teams in with a good possibility for a competition in Virginia.
After clever performances in qualifying, a BMW teams will take on
a Michelin GT Challenge from heading positions on a grid for the
third to final competition of a deteriorate in a IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar
Championship (IWSC), during a Virginia International Raceway (USA). BMW
Team RLL claimed a second and third start positions in a GTLM
class. Bill Auberlen (USA) and Alexander Sims (GBR) will competition the
competition from a front quarrel of a grid in a series 25 car. Right behind
them are John Edwards (USA) and Martin Tomczyk (GER) in a #24 BMW M6
GTLM. In a GTD class, Jesse Krohn (FIN) and Jens Klingmann (GER)
cumulative second place on a grid in a #96 Turner Motorsport BMW M6
GT3. The competition will be hold on Sunday dusk German time.
ICTSC: BimmerWorld Racing on a lectern in Virginia.
The IMSA Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge (ICTSC) competition was held
during a Virginia International Raceway (USA) a day before a IWSC
race. Three BMW cars delivered clever performances to make it into the
tip 5 of a Street Tuner class. James Clay and Tyler Cooke (both
USA) enjoyed a biggest success. They started from stick position in
a series 84 BMW 328i of BimmerWorld Racing, and battled for a win
for most of a race. The twin crossed a finish line in second place
and distinguished on a podium. Their team-mates Ari Balogh and Greg
Liefooghe (both USA) finished in fifth. Fourth place went to Michael
Johnson and Stephen Simpson (both USA) in a BMW 228i of JDC-Miller Motorsports.
Blancpain GT Series: ROWE Racing in movement during a Hungaroring.
The ROWE Racing group went from a Nürburgring (GER) to the
Hungaroring (HUN) for a penultimate competition weekend of a Blancpain GT
Series Sprint Cup. The series 99 BMW M6 GT3 was concerned in a serious
collision during a Nordschleife a prior weekend, and with
deficient time to outcome repairs usually a series 98 sister automobile was
means to contest in Hungary. Philipp Eng (AUT), who walked away
protection from a collision in a VLN race, common a cockpit with
Markus Palttala (FIN). In a subordinate competition on Saturday, a duo
crossed a finish line in twelfth place. Eng and Palttala finished in
eleventh place in a categorical competition on Sunday.