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Posted on 20. Aug, 2018 by in BMW Canada

VLN: Double lectern success for BMW M6 GT3 in a altogether standings.

Successful competition weekend during a Nordschleife (GER): in a fifth round
of a 2018 VLN Endurance Championship Nürburgring, Philipp Eng (AUT)
and Tom Blomqvist (GBR) finished in second place with ROWE Racing. The
dual BMW works drivers took turns behind a circle of a #99 BMW M6
GT3. Behind them, Stef Dusseldorp (NED) and Alexandre Imperatori (SUI)
took third place in a Falken Motorsports #3 BMW M6 GT3 to turn off
a clever altogether outcome for BMW. In seventh place, Peter Posavec, Alex
Lambertz and Jörg Müller (all GER) in a Walkenhorst Motorsport #22
BMW Z4 GT3 also done it into a top-ten. There was also reason for
BMW M Motorsport to applaud in a countless classes during a ROWE 6
Hours ADAC Ruhr Cup race. Overall, BMW cars picked adult 6 category wins.
In a fiercely contested SP10 class, Heiko Eichenberg (GER) and
Yannick Mettler (SUI) were winning in a #828 BMW M4 GT4 of
Securtal Sorg Rennsport. Uwe Kleen, Horst Baumann and Michael Tischner
(all GER) also grabbed a mark on a podium, finishing third in the
#178 BMW M4 GT4. In a V4 class, feat went to a Pixum Adrenalin
Motorsport team. Christopher Rink, Danny Brink and Phillipp Leisen
(all GER) won in a #490 BMW 325i, forward of Marcel Manheller and
Carsten Knechtges (both GER) in a #492 BMW 325i. Kevin and Cedrik
Trotz (both GER) and Torsten Kratz (AUT) crossed a finish line in
third place in a #479 BMW 325i. In a SP5 class, Michael Hess,
Harald Rettich and Klaus-Dieter Frommer (GER) means a Leutheuser
RacingEvents group a win in a #232 BMW 1 Series M Coupé.
Christian Heuchemer and Thomas Heuchemer in a #153 BMW M2 finished
during a tip of a SP8T class, and Reiner Thomas, Manfred Schmitz and
Katja Thomas (all GER) in a #548 BMW 118iS were winning in a V2
class. A sum of some-more than 60 BMW cars were on a grid during a Nordschleife.


ADAC GT Masters: Top-ten outcome for Jensen and Scheider during Zandvoort.

BMW Motorsport Junior Mikkel Jensen (DEN) and Timo Scheider (GER)
achieved a top-ten outcome during a fifth competition weekend of a ADAC GT
Masters during Zandvoort (NED). In a competition on Saturday, a motorist twin in
a BMW Team Schnitzer #42 BMW M6 GT3 finished in seventh place. In
a GT array with a top-class field, Jensen started a competition from
eighth on a grid and handed a BMW M6 GT3 over to Scheider in sixth
place half-way by a race. Scheider warded off countless attacks
from his rivals and came home in seventh place. Motorsport Junior
Dennis Marschall (GER) and Victor Bouveng (SWE) in a second BMW M6
GT3, series 43, in movement for BMW Team Schnitzer, were unlucky.
Starting from 28th on a grid, Bouveng delivered a strong
liberation race, that saw him pierce adult into 18th place by the
driver-change. However, tyre repairs that wasn’t his error forced
Marschall to make another array stop only a few laps after a driver
change. The twin eventually had to make do with 27th place.
In a third BMW M6 GT3, automobile series 14, in movement for a MRS
GT-Racing team, Jens Klingmann (GER) and Christopher Zöchling (AUT)
took it in turns behind a wheel, yet were forced to retire early
from Saturday’s race. In a competition on Sunday, Marschall/Bouveng in
19th place were a best-placed BMW duo. Jensen/Scheider
crossed a finish line in 25th place, Klingmann/Zöchling finished in
29th place. “Even yet a lane doesn’t fit a car, we
softened compared with a Nürburgring,” pronounced Jensen. “We were
concerned in a vast series of tough duels in a competition on Saturday, but
we consider that we got a limit out of it. All things considered, it
was another formidable weekend for us, yet we consider we will definitely
be in with some-more of a possibility during a Sachsenring.” The competition weekend at
a Sachsenring (GER) will be hold from 7th to 9th September.


BMW M235i Racing Cup: Win for Griessner and Fübrich.

Back to winning ways: David Griessner (AUT) and Yannick Fübrich (GER)
clinched a win in a BMW M235i Racing Cup during a fifth competition weekend
of a VLN Endurance Championship Nürburgring. The Pixum Team
Adrenalin Motorsport motorist twin was winning after 38 laps of the
Nordschleife in a #650 BMW M235i Racing. It was a third win in the
Cup5 category this deteriorate for a dual drivers who missed out on the
lectern twice in a quarrel recently. Tobias Müller, Nico Otto and Lars
Peucker (all GER) in a ADAC Nordrhein e. V. #666 BMW M235i Racing
crossed a finish line behind them. Defending champion Michael Schrey
(GER), along with Marc Ehret (GER), dull off a lectern in third
place in a #1 BMW M235i Racing of Hofor Racing powered by Bonk
Motorsport. A sum of 18 BMW M235i Racing were on a grid during the
Nordschleife. There were some famous names among a drivers: Fabian
Vettel (GER), hermit of four-time Formula 1 universe champion Sebastian
Vettel (GER), and Georg Bellof (GER), hermit of Stefan Bellof (GER),
who was killed in an collision in 1985, assimilated army with Andre Duve
(GER) to competition for a Pixum Adrenalin Motorsport group in a #652 BMW
M235i Racing, yet were forced to retire after 15 laps.


IMSA: BMW Team RLL to start from third and fifth.

BMW Team RLL have a good start position during a ninth competition of the
deteriorate in a IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship during a Virginia
International Raceway (USA). In qualifying, John Edwards (USA) in the
#24 BMW M8 GTE got a third-fastest time in a GTLM category on a wet
track. Edwards common a cockpit with Jesse Krohn (FIN) in a race
that lasted dual hours and 40 minutes. In a #25 sister car, Connor De
Phillippi (USA) and Alexander Sims (GBR) will start a competition from
fifth on a grid. In a GTD class, Bill Auberlen and Robby Foley
(both USA) in a Turner Motorsport #96 BMW M6 GT3 will start a race
from third place.


ESET V4 Cup: Podium for a BMW M6 GT3 during a Slovakiaring.

The Slovakiaring nearby Bratislava (SVK) hosted a penultimate round
of a ESET V4 Cup deteriorate – and a BMW M6 GT3 finished on a podium.
In a continuation competition on Saturday, Štefan Rosina and Josef Král (both
CZE) finished in second place in a Trevor Racing BMW M6 GT3.


BimmerWorld Racing finish on a lectern with
BMW 238i.

Nick Galante and Devin Jones (both USA) of BimmerWorld Racing
clinched another lectern in a Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge
(CTSC) during a Virginia International Raceway (USA). The motorist duo
finished in second place in a ST category with a #81 BMW 328i. The
best-placed BMW in a altogether standings of a two-hour competition was the
Stephen Cameron Racing #19 BMW M4 GT4. The twin of Greg Liefooghe and
Ari Balogh (both USA) finished in seventh place. A sum of 6 BMW
cars were on a starting grid in Virginia.


DTM and FIA WEC: BMW M Motorsport in England.

The BMW M Motorsport teams were in movement in England twice in the
final dual weekends. From 10th to 12th August, BMW Team RMG and BMW Team
RBM contested a DTM races in Brands Hatch (GBR), and afterwards BMW Team
MTEK raced in a FIA World Endurance Championship (FIA WEC) at
Silverstone (GBR). The tour to and from Great Britain took everyone
opposite a English Channel – by packet between Dover and Calais,
France. En track they could roughly have upheld a “baton”. The BMW
DTM trucks took a packet from Dover on Monday and a WEC team
arrived from France on Tuesday. Before streamer to Silverstone, BMW
Team MTEK stopped off during a Brands Hatch paddock to collect adult another
lorry that was used on both competition weekends. The BMW racing transporters
lonesome a sum stretch of roughly 3,800 kilometres from Germany to
Brands Hatch and Silverstone and behind again – including a ferry
crossings of 200 kilometres in sum opposite a English Channel. We
print documented a BMW trucks’ journey. The photos are accessible in
a attachment.


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