The BMW M6 GT3 was the dominant force in race four of this season’s Nürburgring Endurance Series on the Nordschleife. After four hours of racing on an initially damp but fast-drying track, the Dutch duo of Nick Catsburg and Stef Dusseldorp took victory in the ROWE Racing #99 BMW M6 GT3. They were followed over the finish line in second place by the Walkenhorst Motorsport trio of Mikkel Jensen, Christian Krognes and David Pittard in the #34 BMW M6 GT3. The car which won the opening round of the season, and had finished on the podium in every race so far, leads the overall standings in the ROWE Speed Trophy. In the SP10 class, the BMW M4 GT4 claimed a top-four lock-out. Victory went to the #1 car, with reigning VLN champions David Griessner and Yannick Fübrich joined by Florian Naumann at the wheel. The #1 BMW M4 GT4 is run by Pixum CFN Team Adrenalin Motorsport. Second place went to FK Performance Motorsport, with Hofor Racing by Bonk Motorsport taking third and fourth place.
In the BMW M240i Racing Cup class, the race was won by Heiko Eichenberg and Moritz Oberheim from the AVIA Sorg Rennsport team. The duo finished with a lead of almost 50 seconds over Griessner, Fübrich, Sindre Setsaas and Francesco Merlini of Pixum CFN Team Adrenalin Motorsport. Third place went to Schnitzelalm Racing GmbH with drivers Marcel Marchewicz and Tim Neuser. In total, BMW teams took seven class victories. As well as the SP9 Pro success for ROWE Racing, SP10 victory for Pixum CFN Team Adrenalin Motorsport and the CUP5 triumph for the AVIA Sorg Rennsport team, BMW M Customer Racing teams also emerged triumphant in the SP4, V4, VT2 and H4 classes.