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BMW Team RLL aiming for some-more success during Virginia International Raceway.

BMW Team RLL earnings to Virginia International Raceway this
weekend for a ninth turn of a IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar
Championship season. Last year, a classical 3.27 mile, 17-turn race
lane nearby Alton (USA) was a site of a team’s really initial victory
and double lectern finish with a BMW M8 GTE.


Connor De Phillippi (USA) and Alexander Sims (GBR) took a VIR
feat in a #25 BMW M8 GTE with teammates John Edwards (USA) and
Jesse Krohn (FIN) usually 4 seconds behind in a #24 sister automobile in
third. This year, De Phillippi shares a #25 cockpit with Tom
Blomqvist (GBR).


The competition during VIR is a second GT category usually competition of a 2019 IMSA
deteriorate with 22 cars entered from a GTLM and GTD classes this year.
The immature dwindle for a two-hour-and-forty-minute competition falls during 1:35
p.m. internal time on Sunday, 25th August.


Quotes forward of a competition during Virginia International Raceway.


Bobby Rahal (Team Principal BMW Team RLL):
“Obviously, we had a good competition during VIR final season, scoring
a initial win for a BMW M8 GTE. we am confident about a eventuality this
year as we have been display pace.”


Tom Blomqvist (#25 BMW M8 GTE): “Virginia is another
competition lane good matched to a car. we consider we will be clever there. I
like a blueprint of a track; it looks fun, we usually need to eliminate
all a small errors that have been compounding over a previous
events and have a purify weekend. We’ll be looking to put the
beating of a final turn behind us that’s for sure.”

Connor De Phillippi (#25 BMW M8 GTE): “VIR has a
good multiple of high speed and low speed sections, though also
offers some good betterment change as good creation it additional technical.
Last year we valid to have a package able of winning and we know we
will have a same this year. Now we usually need to execute.” 

John Edwards (#24 BMW M8 GTE): “VIR is a fun and very
severe track, and it’s a mark of a M8’s initial win a year ago.
It’s also my closest competition to home so I’m anticipating we can lift off
another feat for BMW this weekend.”

Jesse Krohn (#24 BMW M8 GTE): “I like a GT only
races, generally during VIR. we cite being a fastest category on lane as
we get to confirm when and where to pass instead of perplexing to predict
where a faster category automobile is going to dive explosve you. This total with
one of a best marks on a calendar creates this a many enjoyable
GT usually competition of a year.”