BMW coming back to 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2018

BMW coming back to 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2018 

BMW coming back to 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2018
BMW coming back to 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2018 

BMW will come back to the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2018 with another GTE challenger that is additionally qualified for the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship in North America.

The German maker has declared a passage into the GTE Pro class of the World Endurance Championship, which incorporates Le Mans, with a successor to the M6 GT LM that made its presentation in the current year's IMSA arrangement. It is a piece of what BMW is calling a "key realignment" of its motorsport exercises that incorporates a participation with the Andretti Formula E group.

NEW BMW coming back to 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2018
NEW BMW coming back to 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2018 

The move will take BMW back to Le Mans interestingly since 2011 and into the renewed WEC for a lady battle. It contended in the 24 Hours with the M3 GT2 in 2010 and again the accompanying season as a feature of an ambush on the Intercontinental Le Mans Cup, the herald to the new WEC.

The WEC passage is a piece of a restored duty to GT dashing that will incorporate proceeded with investment in IMSA with the Rahal group and the presentation of another M4 racer for the GT4 class.

BMW Motorsport manager Jens Marquardt said, "Beginning with the 2018 season, we need to encourage extend our exercises in GT dashing and contend in the WEC, and also the IMSA SportsCar Championship. The way the WEC has grown so well makes us certain that there is a major future for GT dashing."

The strength of GT dashing, he proceeded, gave the "inspiration driving our further development in the client hustling area."


LATEST BMW coming back to 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2018
LATEST BMW coming back to 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2018 

"Our extent is as of now initiated by a fruitful delegate as the BMW M6 GT3," he clarified. "Starting 2018, we will likewise be phenomenally spoken to by the BMW M4 GT4 in the GT4 class, which is right now encountering something of a blast."

BMW has yet to uncover subtle elements of the swap for the M6 GT LM. Authorization was conceded by IMSA and BMW's adversaries in the GT Le Mans class to permit it to contend with an overhauled variant of its M6 GT3, which implies it is not qualified for the WEC.

Choices could incorporate a M-brand auto in view of the basic suspension stage shared by the 5-, 6-and 7-Series autos and the pending Z5, which replaces the Z4 and is being co-created with Toyota.


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