BMW Motorsport News

Posted on 30. Apr, 2018 by in BMW Canada

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



ADAC GT Masters: MRS GT-Racing best-placed BMW group in Most.

Following a fantastic start to a deteriorate during Oschersleben (GER) a
fortnight ago, it was a spin of Autodrom Most (CZE) to horde races
3 and 4 of this season’s ADAC GT Maters on Saturday and Sunday.
The best-placed BMW drivers in a dual races were Jens Klingmann (GER)
and Christopher Zöchling (AUT). They finished fifth and tenth in the
#14 BMW M6 GT3, run by a MRS GT-Racing team. “We are happy with the
weekend, as it is a substantial alleviation on a opening turn at
Oschersleben,” pronounced Klingmann. “We started really strongly with third
place in subordinate on Saturday. Unfortunately, we are lacking a
small gait in a foe compared to a opposition. Despite this, the
simple set-up during Most was improved for us than during Oschersleben, as the
lane suits a automobile better, interjection to a middle and quick
corners. The approach things are operative with a group and with my fellow
motorist Christopher Zöchling is good. we am assured forward of a subsequent race.”


The tour during Most was to infer a formidable one for BMW Team
Schnitzer. BMW works motorist Timo Scheider (GER) and BMW Motorsport
Junior Mikkel Jensen (DEN) finished sixth in Saturday’s opening race
that also meant third place and a mark on a lectern in a Junior
competition. The #42 BMW M6 GT3 twin afterwards had to settle for
21st place in foe two. “It is frustrating not to have got
some-more out of this weekend,” pronounced Jensen. “I could have finished improved in
subordinate on Saturday. With a improved grid position, we could
really have been looking during a lectern finish. However, we am
training something each weekend. we like my group and my team-mates. We
have a lot of fun and work really good together. we am assured that the
formula will come.”


Dennis Marschall (GER) and Victor Bouveng (SWE) had a miserable
weekend. They had an emanate in subordinate that prevented them starting
Saturday’s race. Marschall and Bouveng afterwards had to retire early in
Sunday’s race. The ADAC GT Masters now takes a brief mangle in May,
before being behind in movement during a Red Bull Ring (AUT) on
9th and 10th June.


ABB FIA Formula E Championship: Difficult weekend in Paris for
MSAD Andretti Formula E.

The foe weekend in Paris, and turn 8 of a FIA Formula E
Championship, could have left improved for MSAD Andretti Formula E.
Neither António Félix da Costa (POR) nor Tom Blomqvist (GBR) finished
a foe in a French capital. “Unfortunately, we had a technical
problem that hindered me when braking. As such, we had to call it a
day,” pronounced Félix da Costa. “It is a shame, as a foe day actually
began really promisingly for me and my team.” Félix da Costa had
constructed his best subordinate of a deteriorate and started a foe from
fifth on a grid in a #28 Andretti ATEC-003. “To start form the
top-five was a really certain subordinate result. It shows that we have
finished a good pursuit as a team,” pronounced Félix da Costa. The #27 car, with
Blomqvist during a wheel, was shop-worn in an occurrence on path one. That
put paid to any chances of a good outcome and a Brit was also forced
to retire. Next stop for a Formula E playground is Berlin (GER) for the
Berlin E-Prix on 19th May. 


Pirelli World Challenge: BMW teams win in Virginia.

The Pirelli World Challenge foe weekend during a Virginia
International Raceway (USA) began with a horde of successes for BMW
teams. Three BMW M4 GT4s finished it onto a lectern in a GTS category for
amateurs in Saturday’s race. Toby Grahovec and Chris Ohmacht (both
USA) of a Classic BMW group finished forward of Henry Schmitt and Greg
Liefooghe (both USA) of a Stephen Cameron Racing team, as good as
Randy Mueller and Michael Camus (both USA) of Epic Motorsports.
Grahovec and Ohmacht came home fourth overall. In a TC race, it was
Johan Schwartz (USA) of Rooster Hall Racing who triumphed in a BMW
M235i Racing. Karl Wittmer (CAN) also finished it onto a lectern in third
place. Sunday’s races for both classes took place late on Sunday
dusk in Central European Time.


Italian GT: BMW M6 GT3 on a lectern during season-opener.

This season’s Italian GT Championship began with a lectern finish for
a BMW Padova group during Imola (ITA). Stefano Comandini and Alberto
Cerqui (both ITA) came home third in a #15 BMW M6 GT3 in Saturday’s
race. The twin unsuccessful to finish Sunday’s second race.


ESET V4 Cup: Season-opener during a Hungaroring.

This season’s ESET V4 Cup kicked off with movement aplenty during the
Hungaroring (HUN) this weekend. The BMW M6 GT3 twice finished fourth,
narrowly blank out on a mark on a podium. Jakub Kubas (SVK) of the
Racing Trevor group came home fourth in a continuation race. In the
second scurry foe on Sunday, Jakub Knoll (CZE) also finished fourth
for a Šenkýř Motorsport team.


Alessandro Zanardi: New BMW M5 for a BMW Brand Ambassador.

BMW Brand Ambassador Alessandro Zanardi (ITA) is now a unapproachable owner
of a new BMW M5 (combined consumption: 10.5 l/100 km; total CO2
emissions: 241 g/km*). Sergio Solero, President and CEO BMW Italia,
presented him with a automobile during a start of a BMW Driving Experience
deteriorate during Vallelunga (ITA). Zanardi’s BMW M5 in Frozen Dark Silver not
usually facilities a lot of special BMW M equipment, though has also been
mutated to accommodate his sold needs. Zanardi is means to stop using
a stop push on a steering wheel. Acceleration is also finished by
hand, regulating an innovative wireless Bluetooth solution, grown by
Fiadel Italiana. This complement allows a motorist to request a perfect
volume of acceleration by hand, while progressing ideal control of
a steering wheel. The lever, that is operated regulating a thumb,
accurately reproduces a vigour on a accelerator pedal. Zanardi
could not conflict holding his new BMW M5 out for a spin on a lane at
Vallelunga. “Driving a BMW M5 is extraordinary. Not usually since of
a speed, though also since we feel during one with a track,” said
Zanardi. “Every time we get a possibility to try out a BMW M car, we think
that they have reached a apex of perfection. However, it is
transparent to me that BMW always manages to lift a bar in the
growth of ideal cars.” Zanardi now heads to Belgium, where the
four-time Paralympic champion and ten-time paracycling universe champion
will take partial in a Paracycling World Cup in Ostend.


*The expenditure and CO2 glimmer total are provisional and were
distributed formed on a EU exam cycle, depending on a tyre format.

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