Serious Fun 1

Serious Fun

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.

Road Tests

Happy Anniversary, BMW Motorrad! 1

Happy Anniversary, BMW Motorrad!

To commemorate its 90th year of motorcycle production, BMW builds the R nineT, whose classic styling and boxer engine recall BMW’s earliest bikes without forsaking modern technology.


More than just marketing 1

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 1

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


Sport Evo Six 1

Sport Evo Six

Unable to afford a real E30 M3 Sport Evolution, Tim Blink built his own version of BMW’s homologation special, adding genuine Sport Evo parts to a U.S.-spec car already modified with a six-cylinder S50 engine.


Effective Execution 1

Effective Execution

Turner Motorsport ups the sport in BMW’s latest sport sedan, the F10 M5.


Türkisblau Original 1

Türkisblau Original

The first thing you notice about Barry and Lynn Friesen’s 2002 tii is its gorgeous Turquoise Blue metallic paint. Look more closely and you’ll see a startlingly mint BMW, a car the original-owner Friesens have kept that way since 1973.

Road Tests

Are manual transmissions on the outs? 1

Are manual transmissions on the outs?

Yes and no. If you’re committed to shifting the old-fashioned way, here’s how to opt in.


The Perfectionist 1

The Perfectionist

Thomas Nyznyk’s 2006 E46 M3 looks like a brand-new car, but somehow it’s shinier, nicer and better than it was when it rolled out of the showroom. It drives better, too!


M is for Munich 1

M is for Munich

23 years after the last E30 M3 left the factory, BMW’s Munich plant is building an M car again. The new M4 is being assembled alongside the standard 4 Series Coupe, requiring sophisticated logistics to accommodate its special parts and lightweight const

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