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Sim racing: BMW works drivers Bruno Spengler and Nick Catsburg to contest during a ‘ADAC Digital GT500’.

Munich. For a second time this season, BMW works drivers
will barter their BMW competition automobile cockpits, in that they competition all
over a world, for a competition simulator. On 31st August,
Bruno Spengler (CAN) and Nick Catsburg (NED) will take on some of
a world’s tip sim racers in a universe during a SimRacing EXPO during the
Nürburgring (GER) as “BMW Team Green Hell”. Catsburg formerly took
partial in a ‘BMW 120 during Le Mans’ alongside BMW works motorist Philipp
Eng (AUT) in May.


“Sim racing is one of my large passions and we am gay to have the
opportunity, with a support of BMW Motorsport, to competition opposite some
of a best sim racers in a universe alongside Bruno during the
Nürburgring,” pronounced Catsburg. “I saw during my initial tour with
Philipp how impossibly clever a antithesis is. we have good respect
for what they are able of in a competition simulator. Despite that,
Bruno and we apparently wish to finish as high as probable with the
practical BMW M8 GTE.”


24 top-class teams from all over a universe will line adult during a ‘ADAC
Digital GT500’. They embody a winners of a ‘BMW 120 during Le Mans’,
Laurin Heinrich and Alexander Voss (both GER) from a Williams
Esports Team. As prerogative for their feat in May, BMW Motorsport
invited a span as VIP guest to a 24 Hours of Le Mans (FRA).


The ‘ADAC Digital GT500’ takes place on 31st Aug and
forms one of a highlights of a SimRacing EXPO during a Nürburgring.
The esteem income on offer amounts to 5,000 euros. Spengler and Catsburg
will competition a competition in a practical chronicle of a BMW M8 GTE, that is
loyal to a original, in that both drivers have gained tangible race
experience. The heading sim racing height in a world, iRacing,
forms a basement for a race. The world’s initial full-motion
simulators, that offer a many picturesque pushing feeling ever, will
also be used.