BMW M4 GT3

BMW M MOTORSPORT.

Fascination meets innovation.

The world of motor sports is an exciting one, characterized by pure action, pulsing adrenaline and unconditional passion. Striving for success in motor sport is intrinsic to the DNA of BMW M. The BMW M Motorsport racing programme and numerous outings in worldwide motorsport teams in the M8 GTE, the M6 GT3, the new BMW M2 CS Racing, the BMW M4 GT4 and the works teams drives of the M8 GTE embody the essence of BMW M: maximum dynamics and the highest level of engineering from Munich. Every day, here in the home of BMW M Motorsport, the engineers work on the continuation of that success story.

 

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BMW M Motorsport.Fascination meets innovation.

A victory streak.

BMW M stands for motorsport success.

BMW M3 GT2 racing the 24h Race on Nürburgring
E30 BMW M3 DTM
BMW M8 GTE
BMW 3.0 CSL auf der Nordschleife
BMW M1 Procar
BMW M4 GT4
BMW M3 GT2 racing the 24h Race on Nürburgring

2010

BMW M3 GT2 racing the 24 hours of VLN on Nürburgring.

E30 BMW M3 DTM

1987

Roberto Ravaglia races Touring Car World Champion in a BMW M3.

BMW M8 GTE

Since 2018

BMW Motorsport starts with the BMW M8 GTE in the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC).

BMW 3.0 CSL auf der Nordschleife

Since 1973

BMW M is now the record holder on the Nordschleife with 19 victories in the "Green Hell".

BMW M1 Procar

1979

Premier of the Procar Series with drivers like Nelson Piquet and Niki Lauda.

BMW M4 GT4

2018

The BMW M4 GT4 is awarded "Race Car of the Year" at the Professional MotorSport World Expo Awards.

BMW Motorsport with the BMW M Safety Cars
BMW Motorsport with the BMW M Safety Cars

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Victory of the BMW M6 GT3 Rowe Racing at the 24h race Nürburgring 2020

SUCCESS AT THE NÜRBURGRING 24H 2020.

20th overall victory for BMW.

Jubilee victory for BMW in the “green hell”: In 2020, Nick Catsburg, Alexander Sims and Nick Yelloly in the BMW M6 GT3 of ROWE Racing notched up the marque’s 20th triumph in the 24 Hours of the Nürburgring. 50 years after the very first staging of the Eifel marathon, after 85 laps the BMW M6 GT3 with the number 99 crossed the finishing line as the winner.  

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Victory of the BMW M6 GT3 Rowe Racing at the 24h race Nürburgring 2020
BMW M4 GT4
BMW M4 GT4

BMW M MOTORSPORT.

High performance and excellent service.

This is real racing: With BMW M Motorsport vehicles, both beginners and experienced racing drivers can compete successfully in races. The teams and drivers profit additionally from the excellent customer service, which ranges from parts supply to on-the-spot support at the racetrack.

 

Already in racing fever? Then the BMW M Trackdays 2021 are perfect for you: Whether as a BMW M customer with your own vehicle or as a BMW M Motorsport team, here it’s all about your skills on the track and your passion for motor sport. At the BMW M Trackdays, you have the chance to experience street-legal BMW M models and racing vehicles in two starting groups, STREET and RACE.
 

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THE BMW M2 CUPS 2021.

From entry level to pro.

BMW M2 Cup – in the DTM

BMW M2 Cup – in the DTM.

Twelve races on six different racetracks: In the 2021 season, BMW M Motorsport in cooperation with tolimit is introducing a BMW M2 Cup to the supporting programme of the DTM. This event is designed to give up-and-coming drivers a chance to compete on the big stage of the DTM and demonstrate their skills.  

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BMW M2 CS Racing Cup NLS

BMW M2 CS Racing Cup NLS.

From 2021 onwards, there will also be a new attraction for all BMW M Motorsport teams at the Nürburgring. The BMW M2 CS Racing will host its own marque trophy competition on the legendary, 20km Nordschleife. Besides the NLS, the Cup will also have a guest series spot at the ADAC 24h race. With attractive prize money and a tyre award from supplier Michelin, the incentives are there – gentlemen, start your 6-cylinder engines!
 

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BMW M2 CS Racing Cup Benelux

BMW M2 CS Racing Cup Benelux.

Gripping events, exciting racetracks and fair, but adrenalin-fuelled racing – that’s what the new cup is about. The BMW M2 CS Racing Cup Benelux is a new BMW sprint championship reserved for amateurs or BMW M Motorsport teams that want to take their racing careers to the next level.  

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BMW M2 CS Racing Cup Italy

BMW M2 CS Racing Cup Italy.

The BMW M2 CS Racing Cup is coming to Italy: The BMW M2 CS Racing Cup Italy is aimed at giving amateurs or BMW M Motorsport teams the chance to enjoy real racing – with the prospect of attractive prize money. The series organizer will be familiar to many BMW M enthusiasts: the DTM champion of 1989, Roberto Ravaglia, is here at the helm.

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BMW M2 CS Racing in the pitlane of Ascari racetrack
BMW M2 CS Racing driving on the Ascari racetrack

BMW M2 CS RACING.

Attractive entry level motor sport.

As with its two predecessors, the newest member of the BMW M Motorsport product range also offers ambitious teams and drivers a foothold in motor sport. In the new BMW M2 CS Racing, you can compete in thrilling races and enjoy adrenaline-fuelled wheel-to-wheel battles. The main area of use besides the various marque trophies are racing series like the Creventic 24h Series, the TC America, the TC France or national sports platforms around the globe.

 

Motorsport-specific driving assistants like ABS and DSC guarantee newcomers safe handling of the vehicle. Other highlights are a mechanical limited-slip differential with pre-load and separate cooling, along with specially made drive shafts. Analogue to the series vehicle BMW M2 CS, the car has the innovative sandwich-construction carbon roof. The BMW M2 CS Racing offers impressive driving performance, the performance of a purebred racing car at an attractive price.

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BMW M4 GT4
BMW M4 GT4
BMW M4 GT4 Cockpit

BMW M4 GT4.

Built to perform.

Above the BMW M2 CS Racing and below the BMW M6 GT3, the BMW M4 GT4 is an intrinsic part of the BMW M Motorsport portfolio. As a reliable and well-engineered GT4 car based on the BMW M4 Coupé, the entire know-how of BMW M Motorsport comes into play in this vehicle. The use of tried and tested series technology and innovative developments from the BMW M6 GT3 guarantee top running performance and reliability.


With first and second spots in the GT4 drivers’ championship and the triumph in the GT4 team ranking of the British GT Championship, the GT4 team title in the Blancpain GT Series Asia as well as the drivers’ title in the SP10 class of the NLS, the M4 GT4 captivated motor sports enthusiasts all over the world and also won Race Car of the Year at the Professional Motor Sport World Expo Awards 2018.
 

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BMW M6 GT3 rear view, spoiler and diffuser
BMW M6 GT3 front and side view
BMW M6 GT3 top view, carbon roof and bonnet

BMW M6 GT3.

Race with the pros.

Since 2016, the BMW M6 GT3 has featured in the BMW M Motorsport vehicle portfolio. The vehicle is powered by a 4.4-litre V8 engine with M TwinPower turbo technology and up to 588 hp. The car weighs less than 1,300 kg. Further technical characteristics are the transaxle-drive concept, a sequential 6-gear racing transmission and powerful motor sport electronics.


M Motorsport’s high-performance all-purpose weapon can be seen all over the world: from the top European racing series for GT vehicles and championships in Asia and Australia to the GTD class of the IMSA WeatherTech Sports Car Championship in North America. The BMW M6 GT3’s great strength is endurance racing.
 

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BMW M4 GT3
BMW M4 GT3
BMW M4 GT3

BMW M4 GT3.

The new GT icon.

The new BMW M4 GT3 was created based on the new series version of the BMW M4. Both vehicles were developed in parallel and are now in a phase of intensive racetrack testing. The car already has all the qualifications to continue the success story as the new GT icon of BMW M Motorsport.

 

After appearances at selected races in 2021, the BMW M4 GT3 will in 2022 supersede the BMW M6 GT3. The BMW M4 GT3 will then succeed the successful M6 GT3 and become the new top model in the BMW M Motorsport range for private and professional teams.

 

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The BMW M4 GT3 - from the road to the racetrack

THE BMW M4 GT3 - FROM THE ROAD TO THE RACETRACK

BMW M8 GTE

BMW M8 GTE.

The GT flagship.

BMW M8 GTE.

The GT flagship.

The BMW M8 GTE was the first BMW M Motorsport racing vehicle that was raced before its series equivalent. Back in January 2018, the GT sports car had its premiere at the 24 Hours of Daytona. In its very first season, the BMW M8 GTE celebrated two victories in the IMSA series. The US racing series is still the main area of deployment for these mighty cars with depending on homologation up to 600 hp.


With the BMW M8 GTE, from the very beginning BMW M Motorsport’s engineers strove for perfect harmony between maximum efficiency and sophisticated aerodynamics. The experiences and insights from the BMW M8 GTE’s successful racing history fed directly into the series models and thus reinforced the character of the BMW M8, inspired as it is by motor sport.

 

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BMW M specialist builds the V8 engine of the BMW M8 GTE
BMW M8 Gran Coupé Safety Car

PARTNER OF THE MOTOGP™.

The BMW M Safety Cars.

For more than two decades, BMW M safety cars have been leading the MotoGP™ field safely round some of the most spectacular racetracks on the planet. And in the 21st season BMW M will again be putting its comprehensive know-how and the “Official Car of MotoGP™” at the service of the most important and exciting motorcycle championship in the world.

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BMW Motorsport and the MotoGP Safety Cars
BMW Motorsport and the MotoGP Safety Cars

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Side view of a BMW M4 GT4 in a hangar

BMW M5 Competition:
Fuel consumption in l/100 km (combined): 11.3 (NEDC) / 11.3-11.1 (WLTP)
CO2 emissions in g/km (combined): 259 (NEDC) / 259-253 (WLTP)

BMW M8 Competition Gran Coupé:
Fuel consumption in l/100 km (combined): 11.3 (NEDC) / 11.6-11.4 (WLTP)
CO2 emissions in g/km (combined): 260 (NEDC) / 264-261 (WLTP)

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  • The models illustrated include optional equipment.

    Official data on fuel consumption and CO2 emissions were determined in accordance with the mandatory measurement procedure and comply with Regulation (EU) 715/2007 valid at the time of type approval. In case of a range, figures in the NEDC take into account differences in the selected wheel and tire size; figures in the WLTP take into account any optional equipment. WLTP values are used for assessing taxes and other vehicle-related charges that are (also) based on CO2 emissions, as well as for the purposes of vehicle-specific subsidies, if applicable. Where applicable, the NEDC values listed were calculated based on the new WLTP measurement procedure and then converted back to the NEDC measurement procedure for comparability reasons. For more information on the WLTP and NEDC measurement procedures, see https://www.bmw.de/wltp.

    For further information about the official fuel consumption and the specific CO2 emission of new passenger cars can be taken out of the „handbook of fuel consumption, the CO2 emission and power consumption of new passenger cars“, which is available at all selling points and at https://www.dat.de/co2/.

    All vehicles, equipment, combination possibilities and varieties shown here are examples and can differ in your country. In no way do they constitute a binding offer by the BMW M GmbH. Visit your local BMW website or see your authorised BMW M Retailer for accurate details on the offers in your country.