Strong BMW motorist choice for ROWE Racing in a Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup.

Posted on 18. Apr, 2018 by in BMW Canada

Munich. ROWE Racing is coming a start of a 2018 GT
deteriorate in a Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup. The group will
contest in a season’s 5 races with dual BMW M6 GT3s and a strong
BMW motorist line-up. The 24 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps (BEL) promises
to be a prominence of a year.

 

The new Blancpain GT Series deteriorate starts with a initial competition this
weekend during Monza (ITA). Just as final year, ROWE Racing will compete
there again. The St. Ingbert (GER) formed group is competing in the
Endurance Cup with dual BMW M6 GT3s. The deteriorate consists of 5 races:
Monza, Silverstone (GBR), Le Castellet (FRA), Barcelona (ESP) and of
march a 24-hour competition during Spa-Francorchamps, that ROWE Racing won in
2016. BMW Motorsport Junior Ricky Collard (GBR) and a BMW works
drivers Jens Klingmann (GER) and Jesse Krohn (FIN) will be concerned in
each race,in one of a BMW M6 GT3s. A array of top-class BMW
drivers will share pushing duties in a second automobile via the
season. At a “Autodromo Nazionale di Monza” two-time DTM champion
Marco Wittmann (GER), BMW WEC motorist Nick Catsburg (NED) and BMW IMSA
motorist Alexander Sims (GBR) will be during a circle of a second BMW M6 GT3.

 

“BMW Motorsport and ROWE Racing – this multiple has valid to be
unequivocally successful over a final dual years,” pronounced BMW Motorsport Director
Jens Marquardt. “In 2016, ROWE Racing won a 24 Hours of
Spa-Francorchamps with a BMW M6 GT3. We reached a lectern together
during a Nürburgring in 2017 so we am unequivocally looking brazen to a new
deteriorate in a Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup, where we will be
ancillary a group with a good motorist line-up. we am particularly
gratified that we can give a BMW Motorsport Junior Ricky Collard the
possibility to accumulate profitable knowledge in a unequivocally veteran team
environment, in one of a world’s many rival GT racing series.”

 

“We are looking brazen to a start of a Blancpain GT Series
Endurance Cup and with a normal strength in continuation races are
anticipating to be adult there fighting for a pretension in this array with a
top-class field,” pronounced ROWE Team Principal Hans-Peter Naundorf. “We
are also unapproachable of now apropos partial of a mythological and successful
BMW Motorsport Juniors growth programme. Ricky Collard done a
unequivocally good sense final year on his dual GT4 outings for a team.
Jesse Krohn also came by a BMW growth school, so is no
doubt a good purpose indication for Collard. we am unequivocally vehement that it
finally worked out removing Jens Klingmann on board. He knows a BMW
M6 GT3 improved than other drivers and is unequivocally fast. With this trio, we
have 3 immature drivers in a #98 who unequivocally suffer GT racing and who
have a right attitude. In Monza, a two-time DTM champion in Marco
Wittmann will strengthen a team, who alongside Nick Catsburg and Alex
Sims, will no doubt form a clever trio.”

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