BMW Customer Racing


BMW Customer Racing teams successful in Road America. The weekend at a glance.

Italian GT Championship

TC America.

Double one-two-three result for the BMW M240i Racing.

The BMW M240i Racing celebrated a one-two-three result in the race on Saturday in the TC America. After 14 laps, James Clay of Team BimmerWorld Racing crossed the finish line in first place at Road America. In second place, trailing by just 0.232 seconds, was Toby Grahovec of Classic BMW. In the Rooster Hall Racing #80 BMW M240i Racing, Johan Schwartz finished in third place to round off BMW’s success in the TC class. And three BMW M240i Racing were at the front in the race on Sunday as well. Schwartz won ahead of Clay and Grahovec.

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GT4 America.

Victory for the BMW M4 GT4 in the SprintX race.

Sean Quinlan and Gregory Liefooghe had reason to celebrate at the GT4 America SprintX & East race weekend. After 19 laps at Road America, they finished third in the Stephen Cameron Racing #19 BMW M4 GT4 to make it onto the podium in the race on Saturday. Their podium success, also saw them clinch the win in the Pro-Am category of the SprintX race. Fifth place overall went to Classic BMW’s Justin Raphael and Stevan McAleer. Their team-mates Chris Ohmacht and Toby Grahovec finished in eighth place. In the first race in the GT4 America Sprint, Sean Quinlan in the Stephen Cameron Racing #19 BMW M4 GT4 was the best-ranked BMW driver. He crossed the finish line in twelfth place overall after 22 laps, which was fifth place in the Am class. And BMW also had reason to celebrate in the second race on Sunday: In the SprintX race, Quinlan and Liefooghe crossed the finish line in second place, Ohmacht and Grahovec finished right behind them in third place. In the second GT4 America Sprint race, Marko Radisic in the best-ranked #22 BMW M4 GT4 of Team Precision Driving Tech finished the race in ninth place, which was third place in the Am classification.

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ADAC GT4 Germany

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British GT Championship

Blancpain GT World Challenge America:

Top-ten result for the BMW M6 GT3.

It was a difficult race for BMW Teams in the Blancpain GT Challenge America. Henry Schmitt and Gregory Liefooghe were the best-ranked BMW drivers in the overall standings, finishing tenth in the Stephen Cameron Racing BMW M6 GT3. With 13th place in the first race, Naoto Takeda and Takuya Shirasaka in the Turner Motorsport #96 BMW M6 GT3 claimed first place in the Am classification. Takeda and Shirasaka finished the second race on Sunday in eleventh place, which saw them claim first place in the Am classification once again. Whereas Schmitt and Liefooghe did not finish the race.

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Points in the rain for Šenkýř Motorsport.

Heavy rain leading up to the race and a safety car turned the first race of the International GT Open at the “Circuit de Catalunya” into a lottery. On a drying track, Šenkýř Motorsport team opted to switch to slicks, which saw Richard Gonda and Beitske Visser pick up points and finish in seventh place. In the second race of the weekend Gonda/Visser came home ninth with the BMW M6 GT3.

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