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Local favourite is second member of ‘Dream Team’: Kamui Kobayashi to expostulate a BMW M4 DTM during Fuji.

Munich. The BMW ‘Dream Team’ for a ‘Dream Race’ is taking
shape. After a proclamation of BMW works motorist and BMW Brand
Ambassador Alessandro Zanardi (ITA), Kamui Kobayashi (JPN) has now
been reliable as a second of 3 drivers for a initial joint
competition eventuality between a DTM and a Japanese SUPER GT array during Fuji


The ‘SUPER GT x DTM Dream Race’, during that member of a DTM
manufacturers will take on Japanese antithesis from Honda, Lexus and
Nissan, will take place from 22nd to 24th
Nov during Fuji (JPN).


“Like Alessandro Zanardi, a second motorist for a Dream Race is
another genuine gem. Kamui Kobayashi will make his competition entrance for BMW
Motorsport and is certain to attract copiousness of seductiveness in a ‘Dream
Race’ from many of his Japanese compatriots and fans,” pronounced BMW Group
Motorsport Director Jens Marquardt. “Kamui has shown his category and
flexibility in Formula 1, Le Mans, and a ABB FIA Formula E
Championship. He is certain to be quick in a BMW M4 DTM too. We will
exhibit a third motorist in a ‘Dream Team’ for Fuji shortly.”


Kamui Kobayashi will expostulate a BMW Motorsport furloughed automobile for a first
time during a 4.563-kilometre circuit, that is within steer of the
iconic Mount Fuji. The 33-year-old Japanese driver’s career includes
75 Formula 1 Grands Prix and dual second-place finishes during a 24 Hours
of Le Mans. At a Hong Kong E-Prix (CHN) in Dec 2017, Kobayashi
gathering dual races in a ABB FIA Formula E Championship for what was at
a time a MSAD Andretti Formula E team.


“First of all, we would like to appreciate BMW Motorsport for a offer to
competition in one of their BMW M4 DTM cars during a ‘Dream Race’ during Fuji.  And
also, we wish to contend appreciate we to Toyota for vouchsafing me take this
opportunity,” pronounced Kobayashi. “Fuji will be my initial time pushing the
BMW M4 DTM, though BMW Motorsport gave me a event to ready a
small bit and get an thought of a car. we will do my best to give the
fans a good uncover with a BMW M4 DTM.”


Before a Japanese male was welcomed on board, BMW Motorsport had
already announced Alessandro Zanardi as a initial member of a ‘Dream
Team’. This will be a Italian’s second coming in a DTM, having
done a guest start in Aug 2018 during Misano (ITA), where he claimed a
marvellous fifth place on a Sunday. The Fuji competition will be
poignant to Zanardi for another special reason: a racetrack will
be a venue for a paracycling competitions during a 2020 Paralympic
Games in Tokyo (JPN) that Zanardi aims to validate for. The Italian
has already won 4 Paralympic bullion medals and is a twelve-time universe champion.