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BMW Team RLL finishes seventh and eighth during Virginia International Raceway.

Munich. BMW Team RLL had a formidable competition in a IMSA
WeatherTech SportsCar Championship Michelin GT Challenge during Virginia
International Raceway (USA), eventually finishing seventh and eighth
in a GTLM class. Having finished initial and third there last
season, a group could not equal a gait of a other GTLM
competitors this time. The #96 Turner Motorsport BMW M6 GT3 finished
11th in a GTD category after an early competition incident.

 

Brandon Fry (Technical Director BMW Team RLL): “We
came here with high hopes after final year though we struggled all
weekend. We only could not find a opening to conflict with the
rest of a GTLM field. We have a lot to demeanour during where we can make
adjustments to spin things around and have a improved competition during Laguna Seca.”

 

Connor De Phillippi (#25 BMW M8 GTE, 7th place):
 “Obviously not a outcome we wanted this weekend,
generally entrance off of a win here final year. We gathering a
mistake-free competition though did not have what we needed. We have to find
some some-more opening in a automobile and work towards a improved outcome at
Laguna Seca.”

 

Tom Blomqvist (#25 BMW M8 GTE, 7th
place): 
“We approaching to be rival though did not have the
gait that we needed. We suspicion that we competence get improved and better
during a competition though things did not work out as we expected.” 

 

John Edwards (#24 BMW M8 GTE, 8th place):
“We unequivocally did not have a indispensable gait today. We were pulling very
hard, perplexing to get a many out of a car. In a end, it did not
impact a formula however.”

 

Jesse Krohn (#24 BMW M8 GTE, 8th place):
“Not a weekend as we did not have a gait that a others had. The
cars were really good handling-wise though we need to demeanour to see how we
can urge a opening overall.”