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A special edition for U.S.
After decades of being denied the coolest M cars, U.S. enthusiasts will finally get a GTS. The forthcoming M4 street/track special has been engineered from the start to meet U.S. regulations… as well as our highest expectations for the M brand.
A group of friends and a fleet of race-prepped E30s equals a great weekend at the track for the PRO3 competitors in the Pacific Northwest.
More than just marketing
Racing has been part of BMW’s DNA since the beginning, says Jens Marquardt. At Daytona, we talked to the BMW Motorsport Director about synergies with M, the prospect of a BMW supercar and how turning cars like the M6 into the M6 GT builds better BMWs.
This time it's different
In 2014, Marco Wittmann drove this M4 DTM to the DTM driver’s championship. Now it’s time for Bimmer’s own Helmut Werb to find out what makes Wittmann’s high-tech, high-downforce race car so successful…and to try out the M235i Racing, as well, before th
First and last of its kind
The last car to emerge from the legendary Team PTG race shop, Bell Motorsports’ #54 was also the last V8-powered E46 M3 to race professionally in the U.S.
To the clouds, cheaply
What do you do when you find a beat-up 1997 E36 M3 on Craigslist for $600? Turn it into a Pikes Peak racer, of course, and tackle for the mountain!
In with the new
While continuing to score podium finishes with the E90 328i, BimmerWorld Racing gets its new F30 328i race car into competition. At Virginia International Raceway, we drive old and new to see how the 3 Series has changed.
An expat’s finest hour
No one expected BMW to win the very first American Superbike Championship when the series began in 1976, or the top honors to go to British-born rider Reg Pridmore.
The sole American driver in the series, BMW Motorsport’s Joey Hand has been flying the flag for two seasons in the DTM. At Hockenheim, Hand reflects on his experience.
Racing on a budget doesn't have to mean driving something old or slow. With the prices for used 135i Coupes hovering around $30,000, this could be your next track car.
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