ROWE Racing still fighting for initial place during a 24 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps – Two BMW M6 GT3 in a tip 10.

Posted on 01. Aug, 2016 by in BMW Canada

Eight hours before a end, Maxime Martin (BE), Philipp Eng (AT) and
Alexander Sims (GB) in a #99 BMW M6 GT3 were in third place. The
second automobile in movement for ROWE Racing, whose cockpit is common by Nick
Catsburg (NL), Stef Dusseldorp (NL) and Dirk Werner (DE), is also in
a tip 10.

Numerous yellow flags, reserve automobile phases and incidents during the
“Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps” (BE) continue to provide
copiousness of excitement. Sims went into a night as a personality and
showed an considerable pace. Martin and Eng also shielded initial place
for a prolonged time before a BMW M6 GT3 with series 99 came into a pit
for a imperative five-minute stop to change a brakes on a car.
Afterwards, Sims, Martin and Eng continued to reason their belligerent among
a front-runners.

The BMW M6 GT3 with series 98 has also finished a mandatory
array stop. Like a sister car, it done it by a night without
incident. At a half-way indicate of a race, a ROWE Racing BMW M6
GT3 was still in 16th place, though fought a approach behind into a tip 10
as a 24-hour classical went on. After 327 laps, Werner, Dusseldorp and
Catsburg were in seventh place.

However, a #12 BMW M6 GT3 of Boutsen Ginion Racing is no
longer in a race. A technical forsake forced a group to give up
shortly after 6 in a morning. The competition also came to an early end
for BMW Team Italia. After BMW works motorist Martin Tomczyk (DE)
temporarily changed adult from 47th place into 16th following an impressive
catch-up, an collision forced a group to lapse a #15 BMW M6 GT3 to
a garage in a initial proviso of a race.

Quotes after 8 hours in Spa-Francorchamps.



Dirk Werner (#98 BMW M6 GT3, ROWE
Racing):
“We were detrimental with some yellow phases,
definition that we have forsaken behind slightly. But a automobile is still
using perfectly. We are means to put in good path times. Now it is
critical that we stay out of a many teenager duels going on. The pace
of a whole margin is high, though we need to try to make adult ground
quickly. We done it by a night well, that was a aim. Now we
will go during full stifle until a finish of a race.”

Alexander Sims (#99 BMW M6 GT3, ROWE
Racing):
“The automobile is fantastic. However, there was
utterly a lot of trade on a lane during a second hour of my
stint, and a tyres were sincerely ragged on a final laps. But overall
all went but a join and it is a good understanding of fun driving
here. The lane is still good. We are frequency losing any traction at
all entrance out of a delayed turns and are means to keep a pace. We
will keep going as we are and wish that it pays off in a end.”

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