#95 BMW M4 GT4, Turner Motorsport

HIGHLIGHTS VOM WOCHENENDE.

Once again, the BMW M customer racing teams ensured a successful weekend. In addition to a podium finish in the DTM Trophy, there was also reason to be happy, especially in the USA and France. The review of the past weekend.

Turner Motorsport

Michelin Pilot Challenge.

Auberlen and Foley complete the double.

One day after their victory with the BMW M6 GT3 in the GTD class of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, Bill Auberlen and Robby Foley claimed another success at ‘Virginia International Raceway’. The duo was victorious for Turner Motorsport at the wheel of the BMW M4 GT4. After 55 laps of racing, Auberlen and Foley came home with a lead of 1.899 seconds to take their first win of the season in the Michelin Pilot Challenge. It was Auberlen’s 17th victory in this series. The previous day, he set a new record with IMSA win number 61. Foley also achieved a special feat at VIR. He received two trophies on the Michelin Pilot Challenge podium. As well as his victory in the #95 BMW M4 GT4, he was also third in the #96 car. After handing the #95 BMW M4 GT4 over to Auberlen in the lead, he took over from Vincent Barletta at the wheel of the second car, in which he finished third.

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DTM TROPHY.

Second place for Tuck in Sunday’s race.

Ben Tuck claimed another podium in the DTM Trophy. Tuck finished runner-up in the Walkenhorst Motorsport BMW M4 GT4 in Sunday’s race at the Lausitzring. Ben Green, who like Tuck was victorious on the opening race weekend at Spa-Francorchamps, crossed the finish line in fourth place in the FK Performance Motorsport team’s BMW M4 GT4. Also in action in a BMW M4 GT4 were Max Koebolt and Luke Wankmüller, who came home ninth and eleventh. In the Saturday race, Tuck was the best-placed BMW driver in seventh. Wankmüller finished tenth, followed by Green in eleventh place and Koebolt in 13th.

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#34 BMW M4 GT4, Walkenhorst Motorsport
#17 BMW M4 GT4, L'Espace Bienvenue

GT4 FRANCE.

Triple success at season-opener for the BMW M4 GT4.

It was a perfect start to the season for the L'Espace Bienvenue team in GT4 France: Ricardo van der Ende and Benjamin Lessennes, in the #17 BMW M4 GT4, won all three races in the Silver category at the opening race weekend at Nogaro. Vladimir Charchiyan and Sylvain Debs did battle for points and positions in the AM category in the #48 BMW M4 GT4, run by the Speed Car team. They ended the first race in seventh place, before finishing eighth in the remaining two races.

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BTCC.

Three podiums for Team BMW at Oulton Park.

Team BMW claimed a further three podiums at round three of the British Touring Car Championship. Having just missed out on a spot on the rostrum with fourth place in race one, Colin Turkington finished third in race two. He then added a second place in the #1 BMW 330i M Sport in the final race of the weekend. Tom Oliphant rounded off a strong team result with third place in the #15 BMW 330i M Sport. In the first two races, Oliphant was twelfth and sixth. Turkington continues to top the overall standings with 141 points going into the next round of the BTCC at Knockhill this weekend.

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#1 BMW 330i M Sport, Colin Turkington

ESET V4 CUP.

Wins and podiums for Trevor Racing Team.

Trevor Racing Team enjoyed success in both the BMW M6 GT3 and the BMW M4 GT4 at round two of the ESET V4 Cup at the Slovakiaring. Gregor Zsigo finished second and third in the GT3 class in the two sprint races, and runner-up alongside Štefan Rosina in the endurance race. In the GT4 class, Ferenc Ficza won both sprint races at the wheel of the BMW M4 GT4. He was also victorious in the endurance race together with Lubomír Jakubík.

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