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  • 1. 100 Years of Records and Victories. 1919: World Altitude Record with BMW aero engine.
  • 2. 1924. First German motorcycle championship victory; with BMW R 37.
  • 3. 1929. International Alpine Rally awards; BMW 3/15.
  • 4. 1929. First land speed world record; Ernst Jakob Henne with BMW WR 750.
  • 5. 1939. 24 Hours of Le Mans class victory; BMW 328 Touring Coupe.
  • 6. 1939. First Senior TT Isle of Man victory; BMW RS 255 Kompressor.
  • 7. 1940. Mille Miglia victory; BMW 328 Touring Coupe.
  • 8. 1954. First Sidecar World Championship victory; BMW RS-sidecar.
  • 9. 1964. First Rally Monte Carlo victory; Mini Cooper S.
  • 10. 1969. European Touring Car Championship victory; BMW 2002 ti.
  • 11. 1973. First European Formula 2 Championship victory; March-BMW.
  • 12. 1979. BMW M1 Procar Championship.
  • 13. 1983. Formula 1 Championship victory; drivers with Brabham BMW BT52.
  • 14. 1984. First DTM victory; BMW 635 CSi.
  • 15. 1984. Third Dakar Rally victory; BMW R 80 GS.
  • 16. 1987. DTM victory; BMW M3, the most successful touring car ever.
  • 17. 1994. First Super Tourenwagen Cup victory; BMW 318is.
  • 18. 1999. Dakar Rally victory; BMW F 650 RR.
  • 19. 1999. 24 Hours of Le Mans victory; BMW V12 LMR.
  • 20. 2005. First World Touring Car Championship victory; BMW 320i.
  • 21. 2012. DTM victory; BMW M3 DTM.
  • 22. 2012. First Rally Dakar victory; Mini All4 Racing.
  • 23. 2018. First Formula E victory at Diriyya E-Prix 2018; BMW iFE.18.
  • 24. Interview: Fred Jakobs, Head of BMW Group Classic Archive.


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21.08.2019 | ID: PF0006811
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    #1: 100 Years of Records and Victories. 1919: World Altitude Record with BMW aero engine.
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    #2: 1924. First German motorcycle championship victory; with BMW R 37.
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    #3: 1929. International Alpine Rally awards; BMW 3/15.
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    #4: 1929. First land speed world record; Ernst Jakob Henne with BMW WR 750.
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    #5: 1939. 24 Hours of Le Mans class victory; BMW 328 Touring Coupe.
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    #6: 1939. First Senior TT Isle of Man victory; BMW RS 255 Kompressor.
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    #7: 1940. Mille Miglia victory; BMW 328 Touring Coupe.
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    #8: 1954. First Sidecar World Championship victory; BMW RS-sidecar.
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    #9: 1964. First Rally Monte Carlo victory; Mini Cooper S.
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    #10: 1969. European Touring Car Championship victory; BMW 2002 ti.
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    #11: 1973. First European Formula 2 Championship victory; March-BMW.
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    #12: 1979. BMW M1 Procar Championship.
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    #13: 1983. Formula 1 Championship victory; drivers with Brabham BMW BT52.
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    #14: 1984. First DTM victory; BMW 635 CSi.
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    #15: 1984. Third Dakar Rally victory; BMW R 80 GS.
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    #16: 1987. DTM victory; BMW M3, the most successful touring car ever.
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    #17: 1994. First Super Tourenwagen Cup victory; BMW 318is.
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    #18: 1999. Dakar Rally victory; BMW F 650 RR.
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    #19: 1999. 24 Hours of Le Mans victory; BMW V12 LMR.
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    #20: 2005. First World Touring Car Championship victory; BMW 320i.
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    #21: 2012. DTM victory; BMW M3 DTM.
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    #22: 2012. First Rally Dakar victory; Mini All4 Racing.
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    #23: 2018. First Formula E victory at Diriyya E-Prix 2018; BMW iFE.18.
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    #24: Interview: Fred Jakobs, Head of BMW Group Classic Archive.
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    #1: 100 Years of Records and Victories. 1919: World Altitude Record with BMW aero engine.
  •  
    #2: 1924. First German motorcycle championship victory; with BMW R 37.
  •  
    #3: 1929. International Alpine Rally awards; BMW 3/15.
  •  
    #4: 1929. First land speed world record; Ernst Jakob Henne with BMW WR 750.
  •  
    #5: 1939. 24 Hours of Le Mans class victory; BMW 328 Touring Coupe.
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    #6: 1939. First Senior TT Isle of Man victory; BMW RS 255 Kompressor.
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    #7: 1940. Mille Miglia victory; BMW 328 Touring Coupe.
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    #8: 1954. First Sidecar World Championship victory; BMW RS-sidecar.
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    #9: 1964. First Rally Monte Carlo victory; Mini Cooper S.
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    #10: 1969. European Touring Car Championship victory; BMW 2002 ti.
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    #11: 1973. First European Formula 2 Championship victory; March-BMW.
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    #12: 1979. BMW M1 Procar Championship.
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    #13: 1983. Formula 1 Championship victory; drivers with Brabham BMW BT52.
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    #14: 1984. First DTM victory; BMW 635 CSi.
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    #15: 1984. Third Dakar Rally victory; BMW R 80 GS.
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    #16: 1987. DTM victory; BMW M3, the most successful touring car ever.
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    #17: 1994. First Super Tourenwagen Cup victory; BMW 318is.
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    #18: 1999. Dakar Rally victory; BMW F 650 RR.
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    #19: 1999. 24 Hours of Le Mans victory; BMW V12 LMR.
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    #20: 2005. First World Touring Car Championship victory; BMW 320i.
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    #21: 2012. DTM victory; BMW M3 DTM.
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    #22: 2012. First Rally Dakar victory; Mini All4 Racing.
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    #23: 2018. First Formula E victory at Diriyya E-Prix 2018; BMW iFE.18.
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    #24: Interview: Fred Jakobs, Head of BMW Group Classic Archive.
 
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100 Years of Records and Victories. 1919: World Altitude Record with BMW aero engine.
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Various photographs, posters and barogram of the World Altitude Record of Franz Zeno Diemer. 9,760 meters in a DFW F 37/III airplane with flight engine BMW IV.
1924. First German motorcycle championship victory; with BMW R 37.
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Various photographs, posters and barogram of the World Altitude Record of Franz Zeno Diemer. 9,760 meters in a DFW F 37/III airplane with flight engine BMW IV.
1929. International Alpine Rally awards; BMW 3/15.
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Various pictures, shots and posters of the BMW 3/15 during production, general driving scenes, during the race and post-race.
1929. First land speed world record; Ernst Jakob Henne with BMW WR 750.
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Various driving scenes of Jakob Ernst Hennes’ land speed world record with BMW WR 750 in the year 1929. Various pictures, posters and driving scenes of further record runs by Henne up until 1937.
1939. 24 Hours of Le Mans class victory; BMW 328 Touring Coupe.
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Various pictures and posters of the 328-Le-Mans-Team at the 24 Hours of Le Mans class victory of the BMW 328 Touring Coupe.
1939. First Senior TT Isle of Man victory; BMW RS 255 Kompressor.
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Various pictures and posters of the first BMW-victory at the Senior TT Isle of Man by Georg Meier with BMW RS 255 Kompressor.
1940. Mille Miglia victory; BMW 328 Touring Coupe.
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Poster and various pictures of different BMW 328 at the Mille Miglia victory 1940 with BMW 328 Touring Coupe.
1954. First Sidecar World Championship victory; BMW RS-sidecar.
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Various driving scenes of BMW sidecars. Driving scenes, pictures and a poster of the first Sidecar World Championship victory by Fritz Cron und Wilhelm Noll with BMW RS-sidecar.
1964. First Rally Monte Carlo victory; Mini Cooper S.
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Various driving scenes of test drives. Picture of the award ceremony in 1964 with Patrick “Paddy” Hopkirk und Henry Liddon. Further driving scenes of the Mini victories in 1965 and 1967 as well as from the 1966 Rally Monte Carlo. Shot of the award ceremony in 1965 with Timo Mäkinen and Paul Easter.
1969. European Touring Car Championship victory; BMW 2002 ti.
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Various driving scenes of the BMW 2002 ti at the European Touring Car Championship victory. Shots of the award ceremony with winner Dieter Quester.
1973. First European Formula 2 Championship victory; March-BMW.
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Various driving scenes of the European Formula 2 Championship in the 1973, 1974 and 1978 seasons.
1979. BMW M1 Procar Championship.
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Various driving scenes of the BMW M1 Procar Championship 1979 at the Monaco Grand Prix.
1983. Formula 1 Championship victory; drivers with Brabham BMW BT52.
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Various shots during race preparations. Various driving scenes of Nelson Piquet in the Brabham-BMW BT52. Nelson Piquet crossing the finish line for the world driving championship in Kyalami.
1984. First DTM victory; BMW 635 CSi.
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Various shots during race preparations. Various driving scenes of the BMW 635 CSi at the DTM.
1984. Third Dakar Rally victory; BMW R 80 GS.
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Various driving scenes of winner Gaston Rahier with BMW R 80 GS at the 1985 Paris-Dakar Rally. Picture of the 1985 BMW Dakar-team drivers Gaston Rahier, Raymond Loizeaux and Eddy Hau.
1987. DTM victory; BMW M3, the most successful touring car ever.
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Various driving scenes of the BMW M3 at the 1987, 1988 and 1989 DTM. Various scenes of DTM champion Roberto Ravaglia’s award ceremony at the Hockenheimring on 10/15/1989.
1994. First Super Tourenwagen Cup victory; BMW 318is.
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Various driving scenes of the BMW 318is with Johnny Cecotto in 1994. Various scenes of the award ceremony for the 1994 STW champion Johnny Cecotto. Various driving scenes of the BMW 318is with Joachim “Jockel” Winkelhock in 1995. Various scenes of the award ceremony for the 1995 STW champion Joachim “Jockel“ Winkelhock.
1999. Dakar Rally victory; BMW F 650 RR.
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Various driving scenes of Richard Sainct and Andrea Mayer with BMW F 650 RR at the Dakar Rally. Award ceremony for Richard Sainct.
1999. 24 Hours of Le Mans victory; BMW V12 LMR.
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Various driving scenes of the BMW V12 LMR. Photographs of the BMW Le Mans-Team, photograph of the Le Mans-champions Yannick Dalmas, Pierluigi Martini und Joachim Winkelhock. Various photographs: the BMW V12 LMR at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, the BMW V12 Art Car by Jenny Holzer, the BMW V12 LMR drivers Tom Kristensen, Jörg Müller und JJ Lehto at the American Le Mans series and the BMW V12 LMR racing at the American Le Mans series.
2005. First World Touring Car Championship victory; BMW 320i.
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Various driving scenes of the BMW 320i at the 2005 and 2007 World Touring Car Championship. Various scenes of the award ceremony for Alessandro Zanardi, Augusto Farfus and Andy Priaulx.
2012. DTM victory; BMW M3 DTM.
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Various driving scenes and shots during the development of the BMW M3 DTM. Various scenes of the award ceremony for the 2012 DTM champion Bruno Spengler.
2012. First Rally Dakar victory; Mini All4 Racing.
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Various driving scenes and test drives of the Mini All4 Racing.
2018. First Formula E victory at Diriyya E-Prix 2018; BMW iFE.18.
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Various driving scenes of the BMW iFE.18 during the rollout.
Interview: Fred Jakobs, Head of BMW Group Classic Archive.
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“Being counted among the best has been in BMW's DNA from the start. Just as we wanted to use our products to place ourselves at the forefront straight away, we also sought out sporting competition so that we could defeat the competition in a sporting field. And, additionally, there are two other factors: Firstly, countless innovations have had their baptism of fire in racing, in motor racing. And secondly, it was a very important medium for getting the brand and the products known at that time.” “BMW was very successful in all three product areas: aircraft engine construction, motorcycle construction and car production. These areas have also inspired each other. Lightweight construction, for example, has its roots in aircraft engine activity. On the other hand, the racing motorcycles or the Mille Miglia cars can, of course, also profit from these experiences. In this sense, BMW had an advantage when you look at how cars and motorcycles inspire each other here which still sometimes emerges today.” “Of course, our first top performances were achieved with our first products, the aircraft engines. Franz Zeno Diemer's world record from a hundred years ago is, of course, a great example to mention here – he flew at a height of 10,000 metres. This is the height at which a domestic flight within Germany flies nowadays. Back then it was in an open aircraft, without an oxygen mask at minus 50 degrees Celsius and the engine held out. Apart from this, there are still many more pioneer flights, the first Atlantic crossing from east to west, for example, or the first passenger flight over the Pamir Mountains, which were accomplished using BMW aircraft engines.” “We also got off to a flying start with our second product line, our motorcycles. We won the German championship in our first year of production. We held this title for five years. Then, in the late twenties, the fastest motorcycle in the world – Ernst Henne travelled at almost 220 kilometres per hour on the Ingolstadt road in the north of Munich. Well, we were also lucky, of course, that we had good engineers, as well as the technicians, from the aircraft engine construction who could work with precision, that they had sporting ambition, and also that the drivers did not only have driving talent but always wanted to go that bit further, push the boundaries, like Ernst Henne who undertook the majority of his preparation privately.” “We also left our mark on the car industry in our first year of production - at the international Alpine Rally. The distance was 2,650 kilometres and it went over the twenty most challenging Alpine passes which, even today, are only open for three months of the year. The little BMWs did not only fight bravely, but also really did leave the higher capacity and higher HP competition behind them and won the team prize. Things then continued, the next break was definitely the BMW 328 which won the Eifelrennen on its first appearance and, from there, went on to dominate the roadster category at will, so there is hardly a race of distinction in Germany, Europe or overseas which the BMW 328 has not won.” “Perhaps the most exciting times in BMW racing history were the wild seventies and eighties. Spectacular races, drivers who were said to be characters, and BMW was successful in various racing series, whether it was touring cars with the CSL coupés or with the first 3 Series racing models, or whether it was the Monoposti. Formula 2 of course, which was then equally popula

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