ROWE Racing is competing during a 24 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps with dual BMW M6 GT3s and a top-quality pushing team.

Posted on 01. Jul, 2016 by in BMW Canada

Munich (DE), 1st Jul 2016. Just a few weeks after finishing fifth in
a new BMW M6 GT3 in a 24-hour competition during a Nürburgring (DE), the
ROWE Racing group is in a midst of complete preparations for the
second prominence of a continuation racing season: a 24-hour competition at
Spa-Francorchamps (BE). BMW is returning to a Ardennes to urge the
pretension won final year, when a BMW Z4 GT3 triumphed in a final major
24-hour race. ROWE Racing will contest in a classical marathon event
with dual BMW M6 GT3s.

 

“Returning to Spa-Francorchamps is a bit special after a win there
final year,” pronounced BMW Motorsport Director Jens Marquardt. “It was a
good approach for a 2015 BMW Z4 GT3 to leave continuation racing and now we
wish to applaud a successful start for a BMW M6 GT3 in
Spa-Francorchamps. ROWE Racing is competing with 6 quick and
gifted drivers. We are unequivocally looking brazen to this challenge
in a Ardennes.”

 

Philipp Eng (AT), Maxime Martin (BE) and Alexander Sims (GB) will
share pushing duties in a series 99 car. Eng and Sims are competing
together for a whole of a Blancpain GT Series season, that also
includes a 24 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps. This is a home competition for
a Belgian BMW DTM motorist Martin. Nick Catsburg (NL), Stef Dusseldorp
(NL) and Dirk Werner (DE) will be behind a circle of a series 98
car. In 2015, Catsburg was partial of a winning group in a BMW Z4 GT3.

 

BMW DTM motorist Martin Tomczyk (DE) will also be holding partial in the
BMW M6 GT3 during a 24-hour classical in a Ardennes. He will be
competing for Roberto Ravaglia’s BMW Team Italia alongside Stefano
Colombo (IT), Giorgio Roda (IT) and Max Koebolt (NL).

 

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