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ADAC GT4 Germany: Schrey/Jäger in second place interjection to a
clever liberation performance.

From 18th to second place: Michael Schrey (GER) and Thomas
Jäger (AUT) distinguished a lectern finish interjection to a clever recovery
opening in Sunday’s ADAC GT4 Germany competition during a Nürburgring
(GER). Having started a competition from 18th position, a duo
in a Hofor Racing by Bonk Motorsport group #2 BMW M4 GT4 battled the
intensely formidable conditions and a soppy aspect on their approach to
claiming second place. The dual had finished a prior day’s competition in
eleventh place. Gabriele Piana (ITA) and Marius Zug (GER) had
trafficked to a Eifel segment as championship leaders before
overcoming a drive-through chastisement to secure seventh place in a #7
BMW M4 GT4 of RN Vision STS team. In a second race, Piana was forced
to retire early due to an collision after a few laps. A sum of six
BMW M4 GT4s were in movement on a fourth GT4 Germany competition weekend. The
GT4 Germany continues from 13th to 15th
Sep during Hockenheim (GER).

ADAC GT Masters: Sylvest celebrates lectern finish in Junior championship.

BMW Motorsport works motorist Jens Klingmann (GER) and Nicolai Sylvest
(DEN) achieved a tip 10 finish during a Nürburgring (GER) on a fifth
competition weekend in a ADAC GT Masters. After a clever sixth-place finish
in qualifying, a twin from a MRS GT-Racing group finished tenth in
Saturday’s competition with a #14 BMW M6 GT3. This finish alike to third
place in a Junior championship. They were forced to retire early
from Sunday’s event. The subsequent competition weekend in a ADAC GT Masters
takes place from 13th to 15th Sep at
Hockenheim (GER).

GT4 Scandinavia: Podium finish for a BMW M4 GT4.

BMW once again had reason to applaud on a fourth GT4 Scandinavia
competition weekend. At a Gelleråsen Arena, Karlskoga (SWE), Alfred Nilsson
and Joakim Walde (both SWE) finished third in a #98 BMW M4 GT4 from
a Lestrup Racing group to strech a podium. The prior day, a duo
had finished a initial competition in ninth place. In a #97 BMW M4 GT4,
Oliver Söderström and Robert Serwanski (both SWE) from a Förenade
Bil group finished in fifth place before timid early from Sunday’s
race. However, a twin stays during a tip of a Pro-Am standings
forward of a fifth competition weekend of a deteriorate on 13th and
14th Sep during Rudskogen (NOR).

BTCC: Oliphant only misses out on lectern – Turkington
maintains altogether lead.

Tom Oliphant only missed out on a lectern finish during a seventh race
weekend in a British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) during Thruxton
(GBR). Oliphant gathering a #15 BMW 330i M Sport from West Surrey Racing
to fifth place in a initial race, and fourth place in a second race.
He had to be calm with seventh place in a final race.
Championship personality Colin Turkington (GBR) finished a initial and
third races in 13th place in a #1 BMW 330i M Sport, and crossed the
line in ninth position in a second race. Turkington’s closest rival
in a competition for a title, Andrew Jordan, was also competing in a BMW
330i M Sport. The British motorist crossed a finish line in 12th place
in a initial race, finished a second competition in seventh position and
afterwards finished a final competition in tenth. These formula saw Turkington
say his lead in a altogether standings and he will transport to the
subsequent competition weekend 30 points forward of Jordan. That will take place on
14th and 15th Sep during Knockhill (GBR).