The 2015 edition of the 24 Hours of Nürburgring was one of the most dramatic in the race’s history.
German team, Black Falcon, has scored its third outright win in the Hankook 24H Dubai.
89 cars taking the start marks a record field for the first international endurance race of the new calendar year.
A record 95 cars with over 400 drivers will be on the grid for this week’s race.
The Formula Racing Seat Leon Racer has won the first-ever Maxi Endurance 32 Hours.
Of 2,246 starters, less than a dozen had physical handicaps.
The lineup for the 24 Hours of the Nürburgring has been set.
The top-30 shootout is set to take place at 5:10pm, local time.
Jörg Müller: "For me, the 24 Hours of Nürburgring is the greatest challenge we have in the racing world.”
The new format race is a standalone event introduced to better preview the 24 Hours of Nürburgring in a couple of months time.
This season sees the introduction of a new multi-level junior concept, which will be continuously expanded over the coming months and years: the BMW Motorsport Junior Programme.
Former FIA GT1 World Champions Vita4One Racing has entered a two car BMW Z4M GT3 attack on the race next year, joining the strongest field of GT cars ever assembled in Australia.
Top three Audi TT RS, Porsche 997 Cup, Radical.
Andy Priaulx joins BWM team RLL full time while Dirk Werner will head up the BMW Z4 GT3 program.
Millroy arrived in Hungary as the GTC class Drivers’ Championship leader following three successive podiums at Silverston.
Marc VDS Racing’s number 3 and number 4 cars led the race during the first four and a half hours, with temperatures reaching up to 30 degrees Celsius.
Marc VDS Racing drivers are ready for the 24 Hours of Spa with added energy.
In the fourth round of the Blancpain Endurance Series, Mücke set his best time, 2:20.675, on his second of two Superpole laps, pipping SMP Racing's Alessandro Pier Guidi