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BMW Team Schnitzer finishes fifth in romantic Bathurst 12 Hour in memory of Charly Lamm.

Bathurst. BMW M Motorsport and a BMW M6 GT3 have finished in
fifth place during a Bathurst 12 Hour on Mount Panorama Circuit in an
romantic eventuality for BMW Team Schnitzer. It was a team’s initial race
coming given it’s long-time organisation principal Charly Lamm upheld away.


Drivers Augusto Farfus (BRA), Chaz Mostert (AUS) and Martin Tomczyk
(GER) piloted a #42 BMW M6 GT3 in ambient temperatures of adult to 37
degrees centigrade on a 6.213 km towering track. While the
conditions were tough, a organisation challenged for a lectern position
via a 12-hour competition and took a BMW M6 GT3’s best result
interjection to a clever organisation performance.


The Walkenhorst Motorsport BMW M6 GT3, driven by Nick Catsburg (NED),
Mikkel Jensen (DEN) and Christian Krognes (NOR), was forced to retire
following a automatic issue. In a GT4 class, the
RHC-Jorgensen/Strom by Marc GT BMW M4 GT4 with Daren Eric Jorgensen,
Brett Strom (both USA) and Gerard McLeod (AUS) finished in second
place and done it onto a podium.


Jens Marquardt (BMW Motorsport Director):

“BMW Team Schnitzer did an extraordinary pursuit here during Bathurst – Charly
would have been proud. A large enrich goes to each singular team
member and all drivers for an superb opening in an
emotionally formidable situation. Throughout a stirring race, a BMW
M6 GT3 was always partial of a heading organisation and was heading a race
for some time. With a small some-more luck, a lectern finish would have
been possible. we feel contemptible for Walkenhorst Motorsport carrying to
retire early in a competition due to technical problems.”


Augusto Farfus (#42 BMW M6 GT3, BMW Team Schnitzer,
5th place):

“We had an extraordinary competition in terms of a personal opening as a
team, though we didn’t have most some-more in a slot to quarrel for the
podium. It’s a contrition we were pushed wide, though that’s racing, and we
will concentration on a championship ahead. Thanks to a organisation – it was an
romantic weekend though we remained clever throughout.”


Martin Tomczyk (#42 BMW M6 GT3, BMW Team Schnitzer,
5th place):

“Team-wise, we did an superb pursuit – a plan was a best we
could do – and driver-wise we done no mistakes, put in good path times,
and were always underneath control. Unfortunately, a energy we had was not
adequate to quarrel for a victory.”


Chaz Mostert (#42 BMW M6 GT3, BMW Team Schnitzer,
5th place):

“Fifth place was a best we could do with a conditions we had and
we fought tough to a end. It was unequivocally prohibited conditions here and it is
a credit to a automobile and organisation to make it a distance.”


Nick Catsburg (#34 BMW M6 GT3, Walkenhorst Motorsport, DNF):

“Of course, it’s never good to retire though we can’t forestall bad luck;
that’s racing. We have to demeanour brazen to Laguna Seca. we consider we will
be clever there and we can’t wait to get behind in a BMW M6 GT3.”