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Posted on 14. May, 2018 by in BMW Canada

BMW M235i Racing Cup: Thrilling 24-hour competition in a Eifel mountains.

The 15 starters in a BMW M235i Racing Cup difficulty put on a great
arrangement of motorsport in fanciful continue conditions during an eventful
Nürburgring 24 Hours (GER). Victory went to a #256 BMW M235i Racing
of Securtal Sorg Rennsport and drivers Heiko Eichenberg, Yannick
Mettler (both GER), Torsten Kratz (AUT) and Tristan Viidas (EST). The
#244 BMW M235i Racing run by a Hofor Racing powered by Bonk
Motorsport group came home second, with Michael Schrey, Florian
Naumann, Marc Ehret (all GER) and Michael Fischer (AUT) pity the
pushing duties. Third place went to Norbert Fischer, Christian
Konnerth, Daniel Zils (all GER) and David Griessner (AUT) in a #40
Pixum Team Adrenalin Motorsport car.

 

BMW M235i Racing Cup: BMW M Performance Parts as special prize
for competition winners.

An disdainful special esteem was in store for a winners of a BMW
M235i Racing Cup on a Nürburgring-Nordschleife (GER): an M
Performance Drive Analyzer from BMW M Performance Parts. This prize
was presented for a initial time to a winners of a BMW M235i
Racing Cup difficulty – Heiko Eichenberg, Yannick Mettler, Torsten Kratz
and Tristan Viidas of a Securtal Sorg Rennsport team. The special
esteem will also be presented during a remaining races in this season’s
VLN Endurance Championship during a Nürburgring. The M Performance Drive
Analyzer is an innovative apparatus for recording and analysing all
critical pushing dynamics data. The complement offers comprehensive,
veteran recording and research options, that can be appraised
and displayed on smartphones. The Drive Analyzer determines a horde of
applicable information, such as several engine data, speed and peak
values, stream gear, accelerator and stop pedal usage, and lateral
acceleration. The formula can be noticed immediately after recording in
a form of videos or graphical arrangement on smartphones around a M
Performance Drive Analyzer App, that is giveaway to BMW customers.

 

Blancpain GT Series Asia: BMW Team Studie on a GT4 podium.

BMW Team Studie claimed another lectern finish in a Blancpain GT
Series Asia during a “Chang International Circuit” in Buriram (THA). Ken
Urata (JPN) and Max Chen (TPE), in a #82 BMW M4 GT4, finished third
in a GT4 difficulty in Sunday’s second race. The twin had previously
finished fourth to narrowly skip out on a mark on a lectern in competition one.

 

GT4 France: BMW M4 GT4 in movement on a travel circuit in Pau.

Races 3 and 4 of this season’s GT4 France championship took
place in Pau (FRA) this weekend. BMW Team France was a best-placed
BMW group in a Pro-Am category, finishing fifth on a famous street
circuit with a #3 BMW M4 GT4. The #100 car, run by 3Y Technology,
also finished in a top-ten in seventh place. In a second race, car
#3 was a best-placed BMW, narrowly blank out on a Pro-Am podium
by finishing fourth.

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