CATL BMW M4 DTM

DTM: CATL new BMW M Motorsport Premium Partner.

Joel Eriksson can look forward to having a new strong partner at his side at the DTM season opener at Hockenheim. After the announcement of ZF, Schaeffler and BMW Bank as BMW M Motorsport Premium Partners for the cars of Philipp Eng, Marco Wittmann and Bruno Spengler, the next partnership has now been decided. Joel Eriksson will be fighting for DTM points and wins in the #47 CATL BMW M4 DTM this year.

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CATL BMW M4 DTM

Previously, the energy storage system manufacturer was involved in works-supported customer racing and in the FIA WEC. “With CATL, we have gained another committed Premium Partner for the DTM,” said BMW Motorsport Director Jens Marquardt. “It’s always great when collaboration can be developed and expanded continuously over the years. That was the case with CATL in recent seasons. Now we want to celebrate success together in this new dimension of the partnership.” Matthias Zentgraf, President Europe, CATL, said: “CATL is a strong partner for the car industry which is why I am really pleased that we can display CATL’s messages on the track with Joel Eriksson as of this season. As a new Premium Partner of BMW M Motorsport in the DTM, we want to deepen our partnership with BMW and enjoy success together.” Eriksson added: “I’m delighted to be contesting the DTM with CATL as Premium Partner this season. This will be my second year in the DTM and I’ve set myself plenty of goals. I hope to be driving for the top positions as often as possible with CATL, and will give it my all.”

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CATL BMW M4 DTM

About CATL:

CATL is a leader manufacturer of energy storage systems. The Chinese company was founded in Ningde in 2011. CATL develops and distributes high-performance lithium-ion batteries for electric cars and electric buses, as well as stationary energy storage systems for customers around the world. Based on the latest materials, the batteries and systems guarantee maximum safety, reliability, quality and charging efficiency. CATL’s objective is to develop state-of-the art concepts and technology that can be used to drive the green energy revolution.

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