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IMSA series: BMW Team RLL initial and third on a grid at
Laguna Seca.

BMW Team RLL enjoyed a successful start to a IMSA WeatherTech
SportsCar Championship (IMSA series) competition weekend during Laguna Seca
(USA). Jesse Krohn (FIN) set a new subordinate record on Saturday in
a #24 BMW M8 GTE, lapping in 1:21.557 to secure stick position for
himself and his team-mate John Edwards (USA). This is a second pole
position of a immature Finnish driver’s career, and a 28th for BMW
Team RLL given 2009. The #25 automobile finished third to turn off the
clever subordinate performance. Tom Blomqvist (GBR), creation his first
coming on a Californian circuit, was only 0.334 seconds slower
than Krohn. He will be competing alongside Connor De Phillippi (USA)
during a dual hours and 40 minutes-long race. The penultimate competition of
a 2019 IMSA deteriorate will start during 15:05 internal time.

 

Italian GT: Victory for BMW Team Italia during Vallelunga.

The success story continues for BMW Team Italia in a Italian GT
Championship. At Vallelunga (ITA), BMW Motorsport Junior Erik
Johansson (SWE) and Stefano Comandini (ITA) in a #15 BMW M6 GT3 were
unstoppable once again during a sixth competition weekend of a season. On
Sunday, a twin distinguished another win in a penultimate endurance
competition of a season. This weekend, they were upheld by BMW works
motorist Alexander Sims (GBR). They had cumulative an superb start
position for a race, claiming second place on a grid. In a GT4
class, their BMW Team Italia team-mates, Giuseppe Fascicolo, Francesco
Guerra and Andrea Fontana (all ITA), started a competition from pole
position in a BMW M4 GT4. The contingent finished a competition fifth in their
class. The seventh competition weekend in a Italian GT Championship takes
place from 4th to 6th Oct during Mugello (ITA). 

 

ADAC GT4 Germany: Piana and Zug streamer to deteriorate culmination as
championship leaders.

A BMW group once again had reason to applaud when a penultimate
eventuality of a deteriorate in a ADAC GT4 Germany took place during the
Hockenheimring (GER) during a weekend. After an collision had forced
Gabriele Piana (ITA) and Marius Zug (GER) to retire from a final race
during a Nürburgring (GER) and obey their lead in a championship,
they bounced behind with a clever opening during Hockenheim. Having
started a initial competition from fourth place on a grid, a twin in the
RN Vision STS group #7 BMW M4 GT4 managed to pierce adult and urge the
position to a checkered flag. Finishing second and reaching the
lectern authorised Piana and Zug to lapse to a tip of a championship
standings. Michael Schrey (GER) and Thomas Jäger (AUT) crossed the
line in eighth place in a #2 BMW M4 GT4 from Hofor Racing by Bonk
Motorsport. In a second competition on Sunday, Marc Ehret and Tobias
Dauenhauer (both GER) finished fourth in a Hofor Racing by Bonk
Motorsport #8 BMW M4 GT4, only blank out on a podium. Piana and
Zug put on a fantastic liberation opening that saw them pierce up
from fifteenth on a grid to finish sixth. Michael Fischer (AUT) and
Claudia Hürtgen (GER) finished ninth in a #3 car. The deteriorate finale
takes place during a Sachsenring (GER) in dual weeks.

  

ADAC GT Masters: Difficult competition weekend during Hockenheim.

The penultimate eventuality of a 2019 deteriorate in a ADAC GT Masters took
place during a Hockenheimring (GER). BMW works motorist Jens Klingmann
(GER) and his team-mate Nicolai Sylvest (DEN) did not suffer a best
of fitness during a weekend. After a tough subordinate eventuality saw them in
22nd place on a grid, a MRS GT-Racing group twin tried
all in their energy to pierce adult by a domain in a first
competition on Saturday. The #14 BMW M6 GT3 finished in 18th place. Sunday
also valid to be difficult. Starting from 21st, Klingmann
and Sylvest displayed fighting suggestion and were means to reach
17th place for a time, however a technical problem forced
them to retire on path 22. The final of a ADAC GT Masters takes place
during a Sachsenring in dual weeks.

 

BTCC: Win and second place for Jordan during Knockhill.

At a eighth competition weekend of a British Touring Car Championship
(BTCC), Andrew Jordan (GBR) from a West Surrey Racing group cumulative a
win and a second place in a #77 BMW 330i M Sport. After he had
crossed a line in second place in a initial competition on Sunday, he
claimed a deserved feat with a winning domain of scarcely dual seconds
in a second of 3 races. In a third race, he late after a
no-fault collision with a aspirant on a initial lap. Colin
Turkington (GBR) had trafficked to Knockhill as championship personality and
gathering a #1 BMW 330i M Sport to fourth, 19th and tenth
positions. Tom Oliphant (GBR), competing in a #15 car, finished
15th once and also available dual 14th-place
results. The ninth and penultimate turn of a BTCC deteriorate takes
place on 28th and 29th Sep during Silverstone (GBR).

 

British GT: Podium finish for a BMW M6 GT3 during deteriorate finale.

The Century Motorsport group distinguished another lectern finish in the
final competition of a British GT Championship during Donington Park (GBR).
Angus Fender and Jack Mitchell (both GBR) crossed a line in third
place in a #9 BMW M6 GT3 after 75 laps. They had started from fifth
on a grid. This was only Fender’s second competition ever in a BMW M6
GT3. On his entrance during Brands Hatch (GBR), he and Mitchell had also
reached a podium. In a GT4 class, Mark Kimber (GBR) and Jacob
Mathiassen (DEN) crossed a finish line in 13th place in
a #42 BMW M4 GT4, also competing for Century Motorsport.

 

GT4 France: First win of a deteriorate for outpost der Ende and Campbell.

On a penultimate competition weekend of a GT4 France during Magny-Cours
(FRA), Ricardo outpost der Ende (NED) and Christopher Campbell (FRA)
distinguished their initial win of a deteriorate in Saturday’s race. The two
drivers had already claimed stick position as they common driving
duties in a #17 BMW M4 GT4 from a L’Espace Bienvenue team. Both
drivers delivered a near-faultless arrangement in a competition for 30 laps,
channel a line in initial place with a winning domain of just
three-tenths of a second. However, a BMW drivers suffered bad luck
in a second competition on Sunday. They had to be calm with starting
from 16th on a grid and missed out on another tip ten
finish. The deteriorate culmination of a GT4 France will take place from
12th to 13th Oct during a Circuit Paul Ricard (FRA).

 

GT4 Scandinavia: Top-ten finishes for a BMW M4 GT4.

The fifth and penultimate eventuality of a GT4 Scandinavia deteriorate took
place during Rudskogen, Norway. The Lestrup Racing group available three
top-ten finishes over a weekend. In a initial competition on Saturday,
Alfred Nilsson and Joakim Walde (both SWE) claimed seventh place in
a #98 BMW M4 GT4. In a afternoon’s second race, their team-mates
Oliver Söderström and Robert Serwanski (both SWE) finished fourth in
a #97 car, only blank out on a podium. Nilsson and Walde crossed
a line in ninth position. Ahead of a finale, that will take place
from 4th to 5th Oct during Mantorp Park (SWE),
Söderström and Serwanski are in second place in a Pro-Am drivers’
standings, 5 points off a lead.