Top-30 shoot-out: ROWE Racing starts a long-distance classical in a Eifel plateau inside a top-ten.

Posted on 12. May, 2018 by in BMW Canada

Nürburgring. Jesse Krohn (FIN) set a fastest path of all BMW
drivers during a shoot-out for stick position during a Nürburgring 24
Hours (GER). With his best path time of 8:11.546 minutes, he secured
tenth place on a grid in a #99 ROWE Racing BMW M6 GT3. John
Edwards (USA) finished a event 14th in a #98 ROWE
Racing sister car. Augusto Farfus (BRA) was 18th in the
#102 Shell Helix BMW M6 GT3, and Jens Klingmann (GER) came home
21st in a #33 Falken Motorsports BMW M6 GT3. The
Walkenhorst Motorsport BMW Z4 GT3 also done it into a shoot-out
where Peter Posavac (GER) finished a event in 30th
position. BMW Motorsport Juniors Beitske Visser (NED) and Nico
Menzel (GER), pity a BMW M4 GT4 with Dirk Adorf (GER) and Tom
Coronel (NED), will go into a competition from 59th place.
Pole position went to Porsche. The competition will start during 15:30 on Saturday.


Reactions to a top-30 shoot-out during a Nürburgring:


Jesse Krohn (#99 BMW M6 GT3, ROWE Racing, grid position: 10

“It was an alright event and I’m happy with my path though I’m also
astounded with the qualifying pace. we gave it my ‘all’ but, on one-lap
pace, we didn’t utterly have it. The group did a good pursuit and a car
felt mega, so hopefully we can have a good competition and stay out of trouble.”


John Edwards (#98 BMW M6 GT3, ROWE Racing, grid position: 14):

“The BMW M6 GT3 felt unequivocally good though I’m really astounded by a lap
times of a other manufacturers – they are so quick. It’s a 24 hour
competition so starting places aren’t too critical – a critical thing is
that a automobile feels good.”


Augusto Farfus (#102 Shell Helix BMW M6 GT3, grid position: 18

“It was a purify subordinate and we did a good job. Of course, a race
is prolonged though we have a really good choice and a really good group so I’m
looking brazen to tomorrow.”


Jens Klingmann (#33 BMW M6 GT3, Falken Motorsports, grid
position: 21):

“We competent P21, that doesn’t sound good though that doesn’t tell
a full story. Our automobile is good on tyres so a final path of a stint
is roughly as discerning as a initial path – this means there is no rise for
subordinate though that we have a illusory prolonged stretch competition set-up.”


An overview of a motorist line-ups in comparison BMW cars:


#98 BMW M6 GT3:

Tom Blomqvist (GBR)

Nick Catsburg (NED)

John Edwards (USA)

Richard Westbrook (GBR)


#99 BMW M6 GT3:

Connor De Phillippi (USA)

Jesse Krohn (FIN)

Alexander Sims (GBR)

Martin Tomczyk (GER)


#102 BMW M6 GT3:

Augusto Farfus (BRA)

Christian Krognes (NOR)

Markus Palttala (FIN)

Fabian Schiller (GER)


#33 BMW M6 GT3:

Peter Dumbreck (GBR)

Stef Dusseldorp (NED)

Alexandre Imperatori (SUI)

Jens Klingmann (GER)


#100 BMW Z4 GT3:

Rudi Adams (GER)

Alex Lambertz (GER)

Jörg Müller (GER)

Peter Posavac (GER)


#60 BMW M4 GT4:

Dirk Adorf (GER)

Tom Coronel (NED)

Nico Menzel (GER)

Beitske Visser (NED)

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