Eng has won what is probably the most important GT3 race in the world twice already: in 2016 with ROWE Racing and in 2018 with Walkenhorst Motorsport – the biggest success for team principal Henry Walkenhorst’s crew to date. “The 24 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps is a really special race for me,” said Eng. “I celebrated my first major success as a BMW works driver there in 2016 and brought home a very emotional win with Walkenhorst Motorsport in 2018. The best GT drivers and teams in the world take each other on in Spa. To be part of that again in 2020 is fantastic. I can’t wait.” The second BMW M6 GT3 in action for Walkenhorst Motorsport will have Martin Tomczyk, Nick Yelloly and David Pittard at the wheel.