BMW Motorsport News

Posted on 09. Jun, 2019 by in BMW Canada

Whether in a DTM, a FIA World Endurance Championship, the
IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, a ABB FIA Formula E
Championship, or large other championships: Week after week 

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ADAC GT Masters: The BMW M6 GT3 wins during a Red Bull Ring.

Victory for a BMW M6 GT3 during a Red Bull Ring: Jens Klingmann (GER)
and Nicolai Sylvest (DAN) won a Saturday competition in a ADAC GT
Masters. The twin in a #14 car, run by a MRS GT-Racing team,
crossed a finish line initial after 40 laps of racing. This was the
initial success of a deteriorate for a BMW M6 GT3 in a ADAC GT Masters.
In qualifying, Sylvest had cumulative stick position for a BMW M6 GT3
with a time of 1:28.539 minutes. The lead altered hands several times
during a eventuality but, with roughly 10 mins remaining, a Danish
motorist set a path time that was simply too good for a opposition.
Klingmann and Sylvest were also unbeatable in a competition itself, leading
from start to finish. On Sunday, Klingmann/Sylvest competent fifth for
a second competition of a weekend. They afterwards gained one position to
finish a competition in fourth place. The subsequent dual races in a ADAC GT
Masters will take place on 10thand 11thAugust at
Zandvoort (NED).

 

ADAC GT4 Germany: Victory for a BMW M4 GT4.

The Red Bull Ring (AUT) also valid to be a happy sport belligerent for
a BMW M4 GT4. Michael Schrey (GER) and Thomas Jäger (AUT) won
Saturday’s competition during a Austrian circuit. After 37 laps, they took the
checkered dwindle in a #2 BMW M4 GT4, run by a Hofor Racing by Bonk
Motorsport team. In total, 4 BMW M4 GT4s finished in a tip five.
Stephan Grotstollen and Georg Braun (both GER, MRS Besagroup Racing
Team) finished third to explain a mark on a podium. Fourth and fifth
places also went a approach of a BMW M4 GT4. Claudia Hürtgen (GER) and
Michael Fischer (AUT, Hofor Racing by Bonk Motorsport) came home ahead
of Marius Zug (GER) and Gabriele Piana (ITA, RN Vision STS Racing
Team). Both pairs of drivers had to start from a behind of a field.
The BMW M4 GT4 had taken full advantage of a strengths in
qualifying. Three of a initial 4 places on a grid were occupied
by BMW competition cars. The twin of Thomas Tekaat (GER) and Franjo Kovac
(CRO) were really unlucky; they started from stick position in a MRS
Besagroup Racing BMW M4 GT4, though forsaken behind during a competition and
eventually had to settle for 13thplace. 

 

The BMW M4 GT4 finished on a lectern again in competition dual during Spielberg
(AUT). The best-placed BMW drivers were Hürtgen and Fischer in second.
They were followed in fourth place by Piana and Zug. Sixth place went
to Grotstollen and Braun. The subsequent ADAC GT4 Germany eventuality takes place
from 9thto 11thAugust during Circuit Zandvoort (NED).

 

Blancpain GT World Challenge America: BMW Power during Sonoma.

Fans during Sonoma (USA) were treated to a feast of racing movement this
weekend. The GT4 America Sprint, GT4 American SprintX, GT4 West, and
TC America array any hold dual races on a support programme for the
Blancpain GT World Challenge America. BMW Customer Racing teams
enjoyed good success. Eleven BMW cars took a start in TC America
and pulled off a marvellous top-ten lock-out. Steve Streimer (USA,
Rooster Hall Racing) in a #81 BMW M240i Racing was assimilated on the
lectern by Toby Grahovec (USA, Classic BMW) in a #26 automobile and Robert
Nimkoff (USA, Auto Technic Racing) in a #20 BMW M240i Racing.

 

The opening competition in a GT4 SprintX array saw Sean Quinlan and
Gregory Liefooghe (both USA) take feat in both a Pro-Am difficulty and
a altogether sequence in a #19 BMW M4 GT4 run by a Stephen
Cameron Racing team. In a Am class, Kris Wilson and John Allen (both
USA, Auto Technic Racing) finished runner-up in a #16 car. The
fastest laps in both classes also went to a dual BMW duos. Jon Miller
and Harry Gottsacker (both USA) also distinguished a second place. They
finished runner-up in a Pro-Am difficulty in GT4 West during a circle of
a #28 BMW M4 GT4, run by ST Racing. In a GT4 Sprint series, a
sum of 4 top-ten finishes went to BMW. In a Pro class, Toby
Grahovec (USA) finished eighth in competition one in a #26 BMW M4 GT4. In
a Am class, Henry Schmitt (USA, Stephen Cameron Racing), Dmitri
Novikov (RUS, Rearden Racing) and Marko Radisic (USA, Precision
Driving Tech) came home seventh, ninth and tenth.

 

In a Pro-Am difficulty of a Blancpain GT World Challenge America,
Schmitt and his team-mate Liefooghe again finished seventh. The duo
alternated during a circle of a #87 Stephen Cameron Racing BMW M6 GT3.
The Sunday races in all 5 array had not been finished by the
editorial deadline.

 

W Series: Visser on a lectern as runner-up during Misano.

Beitske Visser (NED) put on another considerable arrangement in a third
competition of this season’s W Series, that was hold on a same check as the
DTM during Misano (ITA). After her feat during Zolder (BEL) 3 weeks
ago, a BMW Motorsport Junior finished runner-up after a hard-fought
conflict with contingent personality Jamie Chadwick (GBR). In doing so, she
strengthened her hold on second place in a altogether standings. Visser
now has 55 points to her name, 20 some-more than a third-placed driver
and 13 points behind championship personality Chadwick. The fourth competition of
a deteriorate will take place during a Norisring (GER) on 6thJuly. 

 

British GT Championship: Tough weekend in Silverstone.

The Century Motorsport group endured a formidable competition weekend in the
British GT Championship during a ‘Home of British Motor Racing’ – the
iconic Silverstone (GBR) circuit. In a GT4S class, Angus Fender and
Andrew Gordon-Colebrooke (both GBR) finished fourth in a #43 BMW M4
GT4, narrowly blank out on a place on a podium. The #42 automobile came
home tenth. The dual BMW M6 GT3s, also run by Century Motorsport,
unsuccessful to finish a competition on Sunday. 

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