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April 09, 2015

Participants of 2015 BMW Motorsport Junior Programme confirmed

The participants in the second class of the BMW Motorsport Junior Programme have been confirmed. Victor Bouveng (SE), Nick Cassidy (NZ), Louis Del├ętraz (CH) and Trent Hindman (US) impressed the BMW Motorsport scouts with their talent at a shoot-out in Monteblanco

March 14, 2015

BMW presents anniversary design of the BMW Z4 GTLM for the 12-hour race

On March 21, 2015, BMW Team RLL will contest the 63rd staging of the legendary 12-hour race of Sebring (US) in the US state of Florida. The endurance classic is also the second race of the 2015 United Sports Car Championship (USCC). BMW Motorsport and BMW

April 29, 2014

Long-term partnership between BMW Motorsport and ZF enters the next round

BMW Motorsport and ZF have extended their long-term partnership. ZF will once again be involved as Official Partner in the 2014 season when the eight BMW M4 DTMs do battle for points and victories. Among other things, the ZF logo will be there for all to see on the

January 21, 2014

Alessandro Zanardi returns to the cockpit with BMW Motorsport

Alessandro Zanardi (IT) will be back in the cockpit on a regular basis in 2014, and will once again do battle for BMW Motorsport out on the racetrack. Zanardi will race in the Blancpain GT Sprint Series behind the wheel of a BMW Z4 GT3, which has been specially modified

October 22, 2012

BMW wins the 2012 DTM title

A dream come true - A fourth win of the season at the wheel of the BMW Bank M3 DTM in the tenth and final DTM race of the year saw Bruno Spengler (CA) win the drivers' title and cap an outstanding comeback season for BMW Motorsport. BMW also won the manufacturers'

October 02, 2012

Farfus claims fourth win of the season for BMW Motorsport in Valencia

BMW Team RBM's Augusto Farfus has won his first DTM race at the 'Circuit de la Comunitat'. The 29-year-old, at the wheel of the Castrol EDGE BMW M3 DTM, crossed the finish line 8.406 seconds ahead of Adrien Tambay (FR, Audi) to become the first Brazilian

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