+++ 27 international teams delighted by the World Final of the largest tournament series for amateur golfers +++ Team China wins the Team competition, ahead of trios from Singapore and Chinese Taipei +++ Singles winners come from Thailand and the Netherlands +++ Next BMW Golf Cup World Final to be held in South Africa +++
At its second race outing, the new BMW M Hybrid V8 claimed its maiden podium result. At the Twelve Hours of Sebring (USA), round two of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, final-stint driver Nick Yelloly (GBR) crossed the line for BMW M Team RLL in second.
The perfect start to the season for ROWE Racing: BMW M works drivers Dries Vanthoor and Maxime Martin (both BEL) won the opening race of the Nürburgring Endurance Series in the #99 BMW M4 GT3. After four hours of exciting racing, Vanthoor took the chequered flag with a lead of 6.5 seconds.
Having experienced a baptism of fire at the 24 Hours of Daytona (USA) in January, the BMW M Hybrid V8, BMW M Motorsport’s new prototype, is now set for its second race outing. The 12 Hours of Sebring (USA) is round two of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship 2023 (IMSA series).
Round two of the FIM Superbike World Championship 2023 (WorldSBK) at Mandalika, Indonesia, began with promising results on Saturday. In Superpole qualifying, Loris Baz landed his bike on sixth place on the grid. Race one saw Michael van der Mark finish sixth after an impressive fightback. Sunday, however, turned out to be a wretched day with misfortune in the races and injuries.
ROWE Racing and BMW M Motorsport will be aiming for joint success again in the major 24-hour races at the Nürburgring (GER) and Spa-Francorchamps (BEL) in the 2023 season. The team from St. Ingbert (GER) will race with two works-supported BMW M4 GT3 both at the Nordschleife and in the Endurance Cup of the Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe Powered by AWS (GTWC).
+++ Luke Donald (ENG) and his European Ryder Cup vice captains to play in Munich +++ German starters on top form +++ International greats such as defending champion Li Haotong (CHN) and “Player of the Year” Ryan Fox (NZL) to tee off from 21st to 25th June +++
After a short but busy winter break, BMW Motorrad Motorsport kicked off the 2023 FIM Superbike World Championship with the new BMW M 1000 RR at Phillip Island, Australia. The ROKiT BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team and the Bonovo action BMW Racing Team claimed top-ten finishes, but on the whole it was a challenging weekend for both teams and the four BMW factory riders Scott Redding (GBR), Garrett Gerloff (USA), Michael van der Mark (NED) and Loris Baz (FRA).
BMW M Team WRT claimed win number two in its third race with the BMW M4 GT3. Sheldon van der Linde (RSA), Dries Vanthoor and Charles Weerts (both BEL) triumphed in the #32 BMW M4 GT3 at the Kyalami 9 Hour (RSA), the second race of this season’s Intercontinental GT Challenge (IGTC).
The 2023 FIM Superbike World Championship opens with two back-to-back overseas events for BMW Motorrad Motorsport. This weekend (24th to 26th February), Phillip Island in Australia hosts the opening round of the season. Just one week later (3rd to 5th March), the WorldSBK circus is at Mandalika, Indonesia, for round two.
+++ DSV biathletes chalk up 15 driver safety training courses at the BMW IBU World Championships in Oberhof +++ BMW Group increases number of places to 20 +++ DSV and National Paralympic Committee Germany to award training courses +++
The 2023 FIM Superbike World Championship (WorldSBK) kicks off at Phillip Island, Australia, on the last weekend of February (24th to 26th February). The interactive BMW Motorrad Motorsport WorldSBK Media Guide 2023 is packed with information to put you in the mood for the coming season.
+++ Medals and top-six finishes of DSV athletes at the BMW IBU World Championships in Oberhof worth twice as much +++ BMW M Driving Experience safety training with specially modified cars +++ DSV to award safety training to its members +++
BMW M Team WRT competed its first race in the 2023 Intercontinental GT Challenge, the Bathurst 12 Hour (AUS). The endurance classic also marked the first official outing of the team together with BMW M Motorsport. After twelve hours of racing, held in sunny summer weather, the #32 Shell BMW M4 GT3 took the chequered flag in fourth position.
Mount Panorama is calling. Next weekend (3rd to 5th February), BMW M Team WRT will make its first official appearance together with BMW M Motorsport at Bathurst, Australia. The team, led by principal Vincent Vosse, will be competing in the classic Bathurst 12 Hour endurance race at the Mount Panorama Circuit with two BMW M4 GT3s.
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CO2 emission information.
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