A total of nine BMWs were entered in the race.
Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge season opener runs Friday afternoon.
BimmerWorld Racing announced that is bringing two turbocharged BMW 328s for the next season, and drivers for both cars have now been nominated.
Is it better to have a new car or proven model in the GT Le Mans (GTLM) class in this weekend’s Continental Tire Road Race Showcase at Road America?
Corey Lewis takes first ST pole for Rebel Rock Racing in Porsche Cayman.
Burton Racing had a strong showing in the CTSCC race at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca.
The packed 33-car ST field presented a unique traffic challenge for both Burton Racing BMWs.
John Edwards and Trent Hindman have a commanding lead in the overall driver standings in the GS classification.
P2 in Grand Sport and P3 in Street Tuner keeps BMW at the top of the point standings.
Ford Mustang Boss 302 Of Phoenix American Motorsports Fastest In Grand Sport Class. BMW 328i Of Murillo Racing/Mosing Motorcars Paces Both Friday Street Tuner Sessions
Both Burton Racing cars took top-10 finishes in the 2.5-hour BMW Performance 200 event.
Duo awarded first wins after post-race technical infraction.
After post-race technical inspection, the result grew even larger as the race-winning car was disqualified, moving Marsal to third on the final results.
#96 BMW has been excluded from todays race result, meaning Shelby Blackstock and Ashley Freiberg take the win in the Fall-Line Motorsports entry
Greg Strelzoff piloted the No. 22 Gold Eagle BMW 128i to 13th position with Mike LaMarra locking 14th on the grid with the BMW Chemicals/Excelda No. 23 128i.
15-year-old Kaz Grala, youngest-ever driver in modern IMSA Era as promising young NASCAR pilot joins Rum Bum Racing.
Turner Motorsport will campaign two GS-class BMW M3s for race-winning drivers Paul Dalla Lana, Michael Marsal, Bill Auberlen and Tom Kimber-Smith.
Returning championship line-up in No. 23 entry with Mike LaMarra and Terry Borcheller.
Adds next-generation BMW F30 platform to compete full-time alongside proven E90s.
This 22-year-old Cincinnatian John Edwards has been racing for over ten years, and in 2003 became the youngest licensed open-wheel driver in the U.S.