Whether in a DTM, a IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar
Championship, a ABB FIA Formula E Championship, or vast other
championships: Week after week BMW teams and drivers around the
universe do conflict for points, victories and titles. Away from the
lane too, members of a vast BMW Motorsport family around the
universe are also formulating headlines. The “BMW Motorsport News” allows
us to frequently summarize all a movement for we in a compress and
ominous manner. This way, we are always adult to speed.
GT4 America SprintX/SprintX West: Title win for a BMW M4
Sean Quinlan and Gregory Liefooghe (both USA) have
won a pretension in a GT4 America SprintX series. The twin in a #19
BMW M4 GT4, run by a Stephen Cameron Racing team, finished third in
an sparkling final foe of a deteriorate during a Las Vegas Motor Speedway
(USA). Prior to this, they had been inextricable in a stirring battle
with their closest rivals in a pretension race, Jason Hart and Matt
Travis (both USA/Porsche). Quinlan/Liefooghe had finished fourth in
Saturday’s opening race.
Jon Miller and Harry Gottsacker (both USA) also had reason to
celebrate. Having wrapped adult a pretension in GT4 America SprintX West at
a latest foe weekend during a Portland International Raceway (USA),
a twin in a #28 ST Racing BMW M4 GT4 were winning in a Sunday
race. This followed second place in a Pro-Am category on a Saturday.
In total, 5 BMW M4 GT4s competed in a final foe weekend of GT4 America.
TC America: Johan Schwartz ends a deteriorate with a win in Las
Johan Schwartz (DEN) claimed win series 9 at
a final turn of a TC America season. He was winning in a #80
BMW M240i Racing run by a Rooster Hall Racing group during a Las Vegas
Motor Speedway (USA). Schwartz, who had already been crowned TC
America champion forward of a final foe weekend, also finished
runner-up to explain a mark on a lectern in a Saturday race. Third
place in both races went to Chandler Hull (USA) in a #94 BMW M240i
Racing fielded by a Copart / BimmerWorld Racing team. In total,
8 BMW M240i Racings and one BMW M235i Racing were in movement during the
final turn of this season’s TC America.
Italian GT Championship: Double lectern for BMW Team Italia to
finish a season.
BMW Motorsport Junior Erik Johansson
(SWE) and Stefano Comandini (ITA) brought a screen down on this
season’s Italian GT Championship with second and third places,
presenting BMW Team Italia with another dual podiums. An eventful
Saturday foe during Monza (ITA) saw a span in a #15 BMW M6 GT3 work
their approach from a behind of a margin to finish third, following a
collision during a start. In doing so, they kept their hopes of winning
a pretension in a Sprint foe alive. Johansson/Comandini
narrowly missed out on that pretension on Sunday, when they finished
runner-up. The twin finished a deteriorate second in a championship.
Despite this, they can demeanour behind on a successful season, in that they
won 4 races. In a second MRS-GT Racing car, a #14 BMW M6 GT3,
Marius Zug (GER) and Gabriele Piana (ITA) finished 15th on Saturday
and fifth on Sunday. Also in movement were Giuseppe Fascicolo and
Francesco Guerra (both ITA) in a #207 BMW M4 GT4 of BMW Team Italia.
After a seventh place on Saturday, a twin came home fourth in the
final GT4 foe of a deteriorate on Sunday. They also finished second in
Blancpain GT World Challenge America: First place for Turner
Motorsport in Las Vegas.
Naoto Takeda and Takuya
Shirasaka (both JPN) missed out on a top-ten finish during a final race
weekend of this season’s Blancpain GT World Challenge America in Las
Vegas (USA). The Turner Motorsport twin in a #96 BMW M6 GT3 crossed
a finish line in twelfth place altogether in a Saturday race. This
was adequate to acquire them initial place in a Am class. The dual Japanese
drivers unsuccessful to finish a final foe of a deteriorate on Sunday.