BMW Team MTEK qualifies in third and fourth for a WEC 6 Hours of Spa.

Posted on 04. May, 2019 by in BMW Canada

Spa-Francorchamps. BMW Team MTEK has competent in third and
fourth positions for a FIA World Endurance Championship’s 6 Hours
of Spa-Francorchamps (BEL), with a span of BMW M8 GTEs.

In a #82 BMW M8 GTE, António Félix da Costa (POR) and Augusto
Farfus (BRA) hold a top-spot for most of subordinate before settling
for third place in a GTE Pro class. In a #81 sister-car, Martin
Tomcyzk (GER) and Nick Catsburg (NED) set a fourth fastest aggregate
path time during a 25-minute session.

Comments on subordinate for a 6 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps:

António Félix da Costa (#82 BMW M8 GTE, 3rd grid position):

“The BMW M8 GTE felt unequivocally nice. On a new tyres, the
multiple of a automobile and a Spa lane is great. we set a fastest
altogether path time of a event and Augusto did a mega pursuit to secure a
second quarrel start for us. We have good tyre strategy, so that could
help, though a continue looks soppy so who knows what will happen?”

Augusto Farfus (#82 BMW M8 GTE, 3rd grid position):

“It was a good event and a contrition we missed stick by only a
little. The automobile was quick on new tyres and it felt unequivocally good. It
could be a gambling competition with a continue that is likely but
subordinate third is a good start to a weekend.”

Martin Tomczyk (#81 BMW M8 GTE, 4th grid position):

“The second quarrel is a good achievement. It was really parsimonious during the
finish and a sister-car was tighten to pole. The competition looks unpredictable
since of a churned conditions that we are expecting. However, I
consider we are well-prepared and we are in a good position for a podium.”

Nick Catsburg (#81 BMW M8 GTE, 4th grid position):

“Qualifying was good for us. We have a really clever automobile and I’m
happy with a outcome though we all know that it’s tomorrow that counts.”

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