The 2015 edition of the 24 Hours of Nürburgring was one of the most dramatic in the race’s history.
Bentley Team HTP score P8 with #11 Continental GT3 and Bentley Motorsport #84 car forced to retire from promising P10.
Despite a flash fire during a pitstop this morning, there was no stopping the #28 WRT Audi R8 LMS from winning the Nurburgring 24 Hours, ahead of the #25 Marc VDS BMW Z4 that chased it right to the finish.
Audi is in control of the Nurburgring 24 Hours as darkness descended on the Nordschleife, after the leading Porsche crashed out in a rain shower.
With a sixth of the race distance in the book, the polesitting #26 Marc VDS BMW Z4 continues to lead the Nurburgring 24 Hours.
BMW has retained its advantage in the opening exchanges in the Nurburgring 24 Hours.
Robert Renauer, Alfred Renauer, Ralf Bohn, and Daniel Allemann won by 2 minutes over the Mercedes SLS AMG of Ram Racing which was driven by Tom Onslow-Cole, Adam Christodoulou, and Paul White.
The race resumes with the final eight hour Part 2 beginning on Saturday morning at 09:30.
Oliver Gavin’s love affair with Australian motorsport remains undiminished after a stout bid for glory on the legendary Mount Panorama Circuit ended prematurely in the wall.
A drivetrain failure sidelined Harold Primat's works Bentley Motorsport Continental GT3.
Throughout the 12 hours race, the Aston Martin V12 Vantage GT3 battled it out within the top five...
Vicious Rumour Racing car managed to make it onto the podium behind the overall winners.
Continental GT3 #10 of Guy Smith, Steven Kane and Matt Bell finish fourth in debut at Bathurst 12 Hours, third in Pro class.
After 12 hours, five different cars still had a shot at it at Mount Panorama.
Who will win the 12 Hours of Bathurst ... The fight is far from over after nine hours.