BMW Motorsport News

Whether in a DTM, a IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar
Championship, or vast other championships: Week after week BMW
teams and drivers around a universe do conflict for points, victories
and titles. Away from a lane too, members of a vast BMW
Motorsport family around a universe are also formulating headlines. The
“BMW Motorsport News” allows us to frequently summarize all the
movement for we in a compress and ominous manner. This way, you
are always adult to speed.

Blancpain GT Series Asia: BMW Team Studie wins a GT4 Team title.

Celebrations during BMW Team Studie: a group took feat during the
final turn of this season’s Blancpain GT Series Asia during a “Ningbo
International Speedpark” (CHN) to win a Team pretension in a GT4 class.
Takayuki Kinoshita and Sunako Jukuchou (both JPN), during a circle of the
#81 BMW M4 GT4, finished initial in a GT4 category on Sunday. The #82
car, driven by Max Chen and Ken Urata (both JPN), came home fourth.
Chen and Urata had formerly finished fifth in Saturday’s race, ahead
of their team-mates in seventh. Kinoshita and Jukuchou narrowly missed
out on a pretension in a GT4 Drivers’ Championship, finishing second
with 196 points.

CTSC: Victory and a pretension for BimmerWorld Racing.

BimmerWorld Racing enjoyed a ideal finish to a deteriorate in the
IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge during Road Atlanta (USA). James
Clay and Tyler Cooke (both USA), pushing a #82 BMW M4 GT4, took
altogether feat in a 120-minute competition during a iconic circuit in
Georgia. This was Clay’s lass competition win in a array and Cooke’s
initial feat given 2013. There was also a feat jubilee in the
ST category where third place in a final competition was adequate for Nick
Galante and Devin Jones (both USA) to win a Drivers’ pretension in their
BMW 328i. “What a illusory day,” pronounced motorist and group owners Clay.
“Winning a pretension is a large thing for us. It is illusory to conduct into
a winter mangle this way. Tyler gathering an implausible competition and a ST
guys have had a illusory season. To win this pretension in a ST category is
really special.”

GT4 Sprint Cup Europe: BMW M4 GT4 wins during Hockenheim.

The GT4 Sprint Cup Europe was hold for a initial time as partial of
a final DTM competition weekend of a deteriorate during Hockenheim (GER). Four BMW
M4 GT4s competed in a initial eventuality with good success. Race one
on Saturday saw Max Koebolt (NED) of a MDM group take victory. He was
assimilated on a lectern by Gabriele Piana (ITA / RN Vision), who finished
third. BMW Motorsport Junior Nico Menzel (GER / RN Vision) was
runner-up in competition dual on Sunday. Piana came home fourth.

GT4 France: BMW Team France wins during Le Castellet.

BMW Team France can demeanour behind on a successful competition weekend. The
final turn of a GT4 France array saw Laurent Hurgon and Julien
Piquet (both FRA), during a circle of a BMW M4 GT4, take feat in
Saturday’s competition during Paul Ricard (FRA). The L’ESPACE Bienvenue group also
achieved a tip outcome with Eric Debard (FRA) and Ricardo outpost der Ende
(NED) finishing fifth. They afterwards went one improved in competition dual on
Sunday, finishing as a best-placed BMW twin in fourth. Eighth place
went to Romain Brandela and Romain Monti (both FRA) in a #100 BMW M4
GT4 run by a 3Y Technology team.

Australian GT Championship: BMW Team SRM in movement during the
Hampton Downs grand finale.


The 2008 Australian GT Championship and a Australian Endurance
Championship drew to a tighten with a Hamptons Down 500 in New
Zealand. For a third time this year, group principal Steve Richards
(NZL) common pushing duties with Michael Almond (AUS) in a #100 BMW
M6 GT3 run by BMW Team SRM. The twin was sixth in a subordinate race,
before finishing seventh in a 500-kilometre categorical race.

12h Spa: Podiums for BMW teams.

The Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps (BEL) also hosted an endurance
competition this weekend with eleven BMW cars holding partial in a 24H Series.
In a GT4 class, a MARC Cars Australia group finished second with
a #250 BMW M4 GT4 driven by Daren Jorgensen, Brett Strom and Jon
Miller (all USA). They were followed over a finish line by Hakan
Sari and Recep Sari (both BEL) in a #256 automobile in third place. BMW
teams also claimed dual top-three formula in a SP3 class. Ward Sluys
(BEL), Michael Verhagen and Ruud Olij (both NED) of a JR Motorsport
group were second in a BMW E46 Coupé, followed by a ABBA Racing
team’s #234 BMW M3 V8 GTR driven by Richard Neary, Ian Stinton and Sam
Neary (all GBR) in third place. In a Cup1 class, a Hofor Racing
powered by Bonk Motorsport group came out on top. Martin Kroll (SUI),
Michael Schrey (GER), Michael Fischer (AUT), Bernd Küpper (GER) and
Gustav Engljähriger (AUT) claimed category feat in a #131 BMW M235i
Racing, forward of Dan Rogers, Chris Wadle and Seth Thomas (all USA) in
a #151 Securtal Sorg Rennsport car. Third place went to John
Landrum, Paul Dubinsky, Rob Gill (all USA) and Alastair McEwan (GBR)
in a #156 BMW M235i Racing run by JJ Motorsport.

International GT Open: Jensen set for start during Barcelona
deteriorate finale.


When a “Circuit de Catalunya” nearby Barcelona (ESP) hosts the
grand culmination of this season’s International GT Open subsequent weekend, BMW
Motorsport Junior Mikkel Jensen (DEN) will be in a thick of the
action. He will competition both races in a Senkyr Motorsport BMW M6 GT3
alongside unchanging motorist Richard Gonda (SVK).