BMW Team RLL results from Long Baech

Bill Auberlen and Dirk Werner, driving the No. 25 BMW Team RLL Z4, drove to a dramatic GTLM class victory today at the Sports Car Showcase at Long Beach. The duo completed 76 laps of the 1.968-mile, 11-turn temporary street circuit during the 100 mi...

Bill Auberlen and Dirk Werner, driving the No. 25 BMW Team RLL Z4, drove to a dramatic GTLM class victory today at the Sports Car Showcase at Long Beach. The duo completed 76 laps of the 1.968-mile, 11-turn temporary street circuit during the 100 minute race, finishing 2.9 seconds in front of the No. 62 Ferrari. The victory was the first for BMW Team RLL since a win at Lime Rock Park in 2013 and the 11th since the program’s inception in 2009. The win also moves Auberlen’s tally of all-time North American sports car victories to 54, second only to Scott Pruett (59). Auberlen started the race from the pole but both he and John Edwards, in the No. 24 car on the outside of the front row, were passed by the Ferrari on the first lap. Both BMWs held station for the opening stint with Auberlen the first in the class to pit on lap 31. A poorly venting fuel tank and slow fuel fill delayed Werner’s departure from the pits after he exchanged with Auberlen. He dropped to fifth place as Luhr, entering the No. 24 car on the next lap, benefited from usual quick team service and took over the second position. With one hour complete, Werner had made up all the time lost in the pits and had passed for fourth. On lap 45 he moved into third, only 0 .6 seconds from the 24 car, still in second place. Werner passed his teammate and set his sights on the Ferrari some eight seconds ahead. On lap 63 the German BMW Motorsport driver set a new race record (1:18.009 minutes) and two laps later drove past the Ferrari for the lead and the victory. Ultimately, John Edwards and Lucas Luhr finished a disappointing fifth after a suspected brake issue slowed Luhr in the closing stages of the race. Unofficially, the win moves BMW into second place in the GTLM Manufacturers’ points standings, five points behind Chevrolet. Auberlen and Werner move to second in Drivers’ points. Edwards and Luhr stand fourth. Bobby Rahal (Team Principal, BMW Team RLL): “It is great to be back in victory lane. Both drivers did a great job, Bill at the beginning, while Dirk was fast at the end and able to chase the Ferrari down. I felt we could win this race even though I knew how tough the competition would be. It is gratifying to actually do it.” Bill Auberlen (No. 25 BMW Z4 GTLM, 1st place): “This is a special win as it has been a long time for our team. On top of that it is my home race. Between Dirk and myself we pretty much checked off every box this weekend. We won, we had pole and the lap record in qualifying and Dirk brought it home with the win and a new lap record in the race. You can’t do much better than that. When it came to the race the extent of my lead was on the pace lap. I wanted to get a really strong jump off the hairpin but (Giancarlo) Fisichella in the Ferrari passed John Edwards in the sister car and then it went by me. I was thinking there was nothing I could do. I then just hunted him down and stayed with him and we were really close. He made no mistakes and I was waiting for one. So then we went off strategy as when he stayed out I came in and we had a little issue in the pits with a long fuelling. We saw our lead go away, but you never give up in racing and Dirk proved that with his stint.” Dirk Werner (No. 25 BMW Z4 GTLM, 1st place): “For me it is a great feeling to not only win with BMW for the first time in this championship since 2013, but for me the last win was five years ago in a car race. I have been waiting for this win and today is just a great day. Everybody in the team deserves this. Last year was a tough year and this year, especially at this track now, the car is really good. Everyone can be proud.” John Edwards (No. 24 BMW Z4 GTLM, 5th place): “It was a bit of a disappointing day for the black car. I feel as we started on the front row we at least wanted the same result at the finish. The Ferrari made it interesting for my stint after dragging us down to turn one. Unfortunately Lucas had a problem at the end, but I think that is why everyone enters two cars – we had two shots. Congratulations to the 25 car! It is a great day for BMW to race the Z4 back to victory lane.” Lucas Luhr (No. 24 BMW Z4 GTLM, 5th place): “First of all it is obviously a good day for BMW. The Z4 has won a race in 2015, so that is good and well done to Bill and Dirk for that. I struggled, especially at the end, and I nearly hit the wall twice. I don’t know exactly what happened as we have to investigate it. It is too early now to say after the race what happened, but it is like this in racing sometimes and it is just not your day. For our car, or for me personally, it was not so good today, but next time things can get better. The most important thing is that a BMW is on top.” The 2015 TUDOR United SportsCar Championship stays on the West Coast for the fourth round, The Monterey Grand Prix, at Mazda Laguna Seca Raceway on May 3, 2015. The two-hour-and-forty-minute race will be broadcast live on Fox Sports One at 4:00 p.m. ET. Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing BMW’s partner, Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing, based in Hilliard, Ohio and co-owned by three-time IndyCar Champion and 1986 Indianapolis 500 winner Bobby Rahal, CBS Late Show host David Letterman and Mi-Jack co-owner Mike Lanigan, has been competing for over two decades. Prior to the start of the 2015 season, the team had compiled 30 victories, 47 poles, 130 podium finishes, three series championships (1992, 2010, 2011) and claimed an Indianapolis 500 victory (Buddy Rice in 2004). In 2009 the team joined BMW of North America to campaign the new BMW M3 in the American Le Mans Series. The following year, the team won both the Manufacturer and Team Championships in the GT category and swept all three GT titles – Manufacturer, Team and Driver – in 2011. In 2012 the team finished second in the Team Championship and third in the Manufacturer Championship and in 2013, the team finished second in the Driver, Team and Manufacturer Championship. The 2014 season brought a new challenge with the creation of the TUDOR United SportsCar Championship and the team finished on the podium six times including four second-place finishes. In 2015, the team will attempt to add to their 10 wins and 49 sports car podium finishes.

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BMW Team RLL claims victory at Long Beach.

Bill Auberlen and Dirk Werner, driving the number 25 BMW Team RLL BMW Z4 GTLM, claimed a dramatic class victory in the third round of the United SportsCar Championship (USCC) at Long Beach. The duo completed 76 laps of the 1.968-mile, 11-turn temp...

Bill Auberlen and Dirk Werner, driving the number 25 BMW Team RLL BMW Z4 GTLM, claimed a dramatic class victory in the third round of the United SportsCar Championship (USCC) at Long Beach.

The duo completed 76 laps of the 1.968-mile, 11-turn temporary street circuit during the 100 minute race, finishing 2.9 seconds in front of the number 62 Ferrari of Giancarlo Fisichella and Pierre Kaffer.   The victory was the first for BMW Team RLL since a win at Lime Rock Park in 2013 and the 11th since the programme’s inception in 2009. The win also moves Auberlen’s tally of all-time North American sports car victories to 54, second only to Scott Pruett (59).   Auberlen started the race from the pole, but both he and John Edwards, in the number 24 car on the outside of the front row, were passed by the Ferrari on the first lap. Both BMWs held station for the opening stint with Auberlen the first in the class to pit on lap 31. A poorly venting fuel tank and slow fuel fill delayed Werner’s departure from the pits after he exchanged with Auberlen. He dropped to fifth place as Lucas Luhr, entering the number 24 car on the next lap, benefited from usual quick team service and took over the second position.   With one hour complete, Werner had made up all the time lost in the pits and had passed for fourth. On lap 45 he moved into third, only 0.6 seconds from the 24 car, still in second place. Werner passed his teammate and set his sights on the Ferrari some eight seconds ahead. On lap 63 the BMW works driver set a new race record (1:18.009 minutes) and two laps later drove past the Ferrari for the lead and the victory.   Ultimately, Edwards and Luhr finished a disappointing fifth after a suspected brake issue slowed Luhr in the closing stages of the race.   The win moves BMW into second place in the GTLM Manufacturers’ points standings, five points behind Chevrolet. Auberlen and Werner move to second in Drivers’ points. Edwards and Luhr stand fourth.   Bobby Rahal (Team Principal, BMW Team RLL): “It is great to be back in victory lane. Both drivers did a great job, Bill at the beginning, while Dirk was fast at the end and able to chase the Ferrari down. I felt we could win this race even though I knew how tough the competition would be. It is gratifying to actually do it.”   Bill Auberlen (No. 25 BMW Z4 GTLM, 1st place): “This is a special win as it has been a long time for our team. On top of that it is my home race. Between Dirk and myself we pretty much checked off every box this weekend. We won, we had pole and the lap record in qualifying and Dirk brought it home with the win and a new lap record in the race. You can’t do much better than that. When it came to the race the extent of my lead was on the pace lap. I wanted to get a really strong jump off the hairpin but (Giancarlo) Fisichella in the Ferrari passed John Edwards in the sister car and then it went by me. I was thinking there was nothing I could do. I then just hunted him down and stayed with him and we were really close. He made no mistakes and I was waiting for one. So then we went off strategy as when he stayed out I came in and we had a little issue in the pits with a long fuelling. We saw our lead go away, but you never give up in racing and Dirk proved that with his stint.”   Dirk Werner (No. 25 BMW Z4 GTLM, 1st place): “For me it is a great feeling to not only win with BMW for the first time in this championship since 2013, but for me the last win was five years ago in a car race. I have been waiting for this win and today is just a great day. Everybody in the team deserves this. Last year was a tough year and this year, especially at this track now, the car is really good. Everyone can be proud.”

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BMW RLL Team Results At Long Beach *Spoiler Alert*

Bill Auberlen and Dirk Werner, driving the No. 25 BMW Team RLL Z4, drove to a dramatic GTLM class victory today at the Sports Car Showcase at Long Beach. The duo completed 76 laps of the 1.968-mile, 11-turn temporary street circuit during the 100 min...

Bill Auberlen and Dirk Werner, driving the No. 25 BMW Team RLL Z4, drove to a dramatic GTLM class victory today at the Sports Car Showcase at Long Beach. The duo completed 76 laps of the 1.968-mile, 11-turn temporary street circuit during the 100 minute race, finishing 2.9 seconds in front of the No. 62 Ferrari. The victory was the first for BMW Team RLL since a win at Lime Rock Park in 2013 and the 11th since the program’s inception in 2009. The win also moves Auberlen’s tally of all-time North American sports car victories to 54, second only to Scott Pruett (59).

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Auberlen started the race from the pole but both he and John Edwards, in the No. 24 car on the outside of the front row, were passed by the Ferrari on the first lap. Both BMWs held station for the opening stint with Auberlen the first in the class to pit on lap 31. A poorly venting fuel tank and slow fuel fill delayed Werner’s departure from the pits after he exchanged with Auberlen. He dropped to fifth place as Luhr, entering the No. 24 car on the next lap, benefited from usual quick team service and took over the second position.

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With one hour complete, Werner had made up all the time lost in the pits and had passed for fourth. On lap 45 he moved into third, only 0 .6 seconds from the 24 car, still in second place. Werner passed his teammate and set his sights on the Ferrari some eight seconds ahead. On lap 63 the German BMW Motorsport driver set a new race record (1:18.009 minutes) and two laps later drove past the Ferrari for the lead and the victory.

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Ultimately, John Edwards and Lucas Luhr finished a disappointing fifth after a suspected brake issue slowed Luhr in the closing stages of the race. Unofficially, the win moves BMW into second place in the GTLM Manufacturers’ points standings, five points behind Chevrolet. Auberlen and Werner move to second in Drivers’ points. Edwards and Luhr stand fourth.

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Bobby Rahal (Team Principal, BMW Team RLL): “It is great to be back in victory lane. Both drivers did a great job, Bill at the beginning, while Dirk was fast at the end and able to chase the Ferrari down. I felt we could win this race even though I knew how tough the competition would be. It is gratifying to actually do it.” Bill Auberlen (No. 25 BMW Z4 GTLM, 1st place): “This is a special win as it has been a long time for our team. On top of that it is my home race. Between Dirk and myself we pretty much checked off every box this weekend. We won, we had pole and the lap record in qualifying and Dirk brought it home with the win and a new lap record in the race. You can’t do much better than that. When it came to the race the extent of my lead was on the pace lap. I wanted to get a really strong jump off the hairpin but (Giancarlo) Fisichella in the Ferrari passed John Edwards in the sister car and then it went by me. I was thinking there was nothing I could do. I then just hunted him down and stayed with him and we were really close. He made no mistakes and I was waiting for one. So then we went off strategy as when he stayed out I came in and we had a little issue in the pits with a long fuelling. We saw our lead go away, but you never give up in racing and Dirk proved that with his stint.” Dirk Werner (No. 25 BMW Z4 GTLM, 1st place): “For me it is a great feeling to not only win with BMW for the first time in this championship since 2013, but for me the last win was five years ago in a car race. I have been waiting for this win and today is just a great day. Everybody in the team deserves this. Last year was a tough year and this year, especially at this track now, the car is really good. Everyone can be proud.” John Edwards (No. 24 BMW Z4 GTLM, 5th place): “It was a bit of a disappointing day for the black car. I feel as we started on the front row we at least wanted the same result at the finish. The Ferrari made it interesting for my stint after dragging us down to turn one. Unfortunately Lucas had a problem at the end, but I think that is why everyone enters two cars – we had two shots. Congratulations to the 25 car! It is a great day for BMW to race the Z4 back to victory lane.” Lucas Luhr (No. 24 BMW Z4 GTLM, 5th place): “First of all it is obviously a good day for BMW. The Z4 has won a race in 2015, so that is good and well done to Bill and Dirk for that. I struggled, especially at the end, and I nearly hit the wall twice. I don’t know exactly what happened as we have to investigate it. It is too early now to say after the race what happened, but it is like this in racing sometimes and it is just not your day. For our car, or for me personally, it was not so good today, but next time things can get better. The most important thing is that a BMW is on top.” The 2015 TUDOR United SportsCar Championship stays on the West Coast for the fourth round, The Monterey Grand Prix, at Mazda Laguna Seca Raceway on May 3, 2015. The two-hour-and-forty-minute race will be broadcast live on Fox Sports One at 4:00 p.m. ET. The article BMW RLL Team Results At Long Beach *Spoiler Alert* appeared first on BMW BLOG

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Does the new M3/M4 need more power?

The new BMW M3 and M4 from BMW M saw the return to a six-inline engine configuration, as used on the second and third generations of this iconic sports car. The new engine sees a slight power upgrade over the previous V8 to approximately 425 hp, whil...

The new BMW M3 and M4 from BMW M saw the return to a six-inline engine configuration, as used on the second and third generations of this iconic sports car. The new engine sees a slight power upgrade over the previous V8 to approximately 425 hp, while peak torque has been increased by well over 30 percent to substantially more than 500 Newton meters (406 lb-ft), and is maintained over a very wide rev band. The engine also has a redline above 7,500 rpm. BMW owners praise their new Ms for the power delivery, performance on the track and fuel efficiency, yet some wonder whether more power would have made the M3/M4 an even better performer. It’s well known that BMW underrates their engines’ output, so when put on the dynojet, the new Ms tend to show significant more power.

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Some of us are sentimental about the previous generation M3 and its amazing V8 naturally-aspirated engine. While it delivered less power (414 hp), the amazing sound note and performance on the track has turned it into an icon. But overall, the new generation M3/M4 are better machines all-around, despite losing “in the horsepower war” with its competitors.

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Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG delivers 469 horsepower while the Audi RS5 outputs 450 horsepower. Bragging rights might not be important to BMW, but car owners are often caught in the horsepower debate. Future M3/M4 models, like the M4 CSL, are rumored to deliver around 500 horsepower so we know there is room for more in the standard cars. But will higher-rated engines be too much too handle? We’ve already seen quite a few M3/M4 crashes where the enthusiastic drivers stepped too much on the pedal and the cars spun out of control. By any standards, 425 hp is still a high number in a street car, so maybe BMW engineers found this to be the perfect balance. We turn this to you and ask: Should have BMW tuned their new engines a bit higher?       The article Does the new M3/M4 need more power? appeared first on BMW BLOG

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BMW Performance Exhaust System Installed By PSI

There are several options available for owners interested in upgrading the exhaust system of the BMW F82 M4.  The aftermarket exhaust systems are one of the most popular upgrades on BMWs, especially on newer M cars that have turbocharged engines. Th...

There are several options available for owners interested in upgrading the exhaust system of the BMW F82 M4.  The aftermarket exhaust systems are one of the most popular upgrades on BMWs, especially on newer M cars that have turbocharged engines. The BMW F82 M4 has a 3.0 liter BMW TwinPower Turbo powerplant, developing 425 horsepower and propelling the vehicle from 0-62mph (0-100KM/h) in just 3.8 seconds with Launch Control. Despite the explosive power, some owners feel that the M3/M4 lack in the sound department. So here is where aftermarket exhaust systems come in play.

BMW Performance Exhaust System Installed By PSI

The folks over at PSI actually resorted o the M Performance Exhaust System designed by BMW. Developed especially for the BMW M3 and M4, this sound system is featuring some technical advancements compared to the stock system. In visual terms, the four 80mm tailpipes made from titanium with the M logo create an unmistakable appearance – together with 93mm tailpipe made out of carbon fiber that you can order as well. BMW M logo is included on those as well. Even the exhaust silencer features an M Performance logo, further accentuating the entire appearance.

BMW Performance Exhaust System Installed By PSI

With this package you receive the Motordynamic button, allowing you to switch through multiple modes, which influence the exhaust system’s performance and sound as well. Modes are Sport and Sport+ mode (maximum emotional sound, very sporty, very loud, maximum performance) and Efficient mode (sporty sound, significantly sportier and more emotional than the standard system, but with residual comfort for uncompromising everyday use). In a way, you are getting both possible driving modes in one exhaust system making this product an unique opportunity to keep the noise levels down when needed and having a sweet performance oriented sound also. The silencer system comprises of a high-quality materials mix, in which the pre-pies are made from lightweight stainless steel and the rear silencer is made entirely from titanium. This reduces the weight significantly compared to the stock exhaust system, providing additional performance gains through lower overall car weight too. The silencer system is 32% (8kg) lighter than the standard component for this car. Installation is simple, no welding is required, a perfect choice for a great and easy performance and visual upgrade in one single product. Please take a look at the installation of this exhaust system!

BMW Performance Exhaust System Installed By PSI

BMW Performance Exhaust System Installed By PSI

BMW Performance Exhaust System Installed By PSI

BMW Performance Exhaust System Installed By PSI

BMW Performance Exhaust System Installed By PSI

BMW Performance Exhaust System Installed By PSI

BMW Performance Exhaust System Installed By PSI

BMW Performance Exhaust System Installed By PSI

BMW Performance Exhaust System Installed By PSI

BMW Performance Exhaust System Installed By PSI

BMW Performance Exhaust System Installed By PSI

BMW Performance Exhaust System Installed By PSI

BMW Performance Exhaust System Installed By PSI

BMW Performance Exhaust System Installed By PSI

BMW Performance Exhaust System Installed By PSI

BMW Performance Exhaust System Installed By PSI

BMW Performance Exhaust System Installed By PSI

BMW Performance Exhaust System Installed By PSI

BMW Performance Exhaust System Installed By PSI

BMW Performance Exhaust System Installed By PSI

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World Preview: The All-New BMW 7 Series

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BMW Debuts Aluminum Tank for the R nineT

BMW is expanding their line of personalization options for the R nineT with a line of aluminum fuel tanks in various finishes. The post BMW Debuts Aluminum Tank for the R nineT appeared first on… [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my webs...

BMW is expanding their line of personalization options for the R nineT with a line of aluminum fuel tanks in various finishes. The post BMW Debuts Aluminum Tank for the R nineT appeared first on… [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

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10 Things You Should Know About Your M4

YouTube reviewer Nick Murray continues his series of videos about his newly acquired M4. This time, he has decided to cover 10 of the… The post 10 Things You Should Know About Your M4 appeared… [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my ...

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BMW: The Family Brand

Many families like to stick with one car brand. They buy a car, like the way that company does things, so they buy another, and another, and keep buying them for years to come. Then, when their kids are old enough to drive, they buy their kids one to...

Many families like to stick with one car brand. They buy a car, like the way that company does things, so they buy another, and another, and keep buying them for years to come. Then, when their kids are old enough to drive, they buy their kids one too. Certain car companies stick more than others; BMW, Mercedes, Honda, Volvo are all companies that gain loyal followings. I can specifically attest for this concept. My family has always had a love for bimmers. My parents had an E28 5 Series, though it was bought in the early 90’s. Then several E34 5 Series, an E39 525i and an E60 530i. So basically they like 5 Series BMWs, but I had, and still have an E36 328i, which was my first car. So I have a BMW family. BMW also has so many offerings now, that there is one for each and every family member.

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Very many people who hear that a BMW was my first car think that it’s because I come from money and my parents bought it for me. However, I bought my first car with my own money, all that I had actually, because of how much I enjoyed the brand. I absolutely adore my E36 and I never plan on getting rid of it. Despite whatever car I may purchase I’m the future, my trusty 328i will never leave my side. And when I eventually start a family, and children are old enough to drive, they’ll have my, ancient by then, E36 328i to drive and learn in. That’s another great thing about BMWs, they’re great cars to learn how to drive in. Because the steering and brakes are so accurate and because they communicate what they’re doing so well, it helps you learn how to control a car even better. So if a teenager, like myself, learns to drive on a Bimmer, with their excellent driving characteristics, it almost spoils said teenager. Therefore, instilling a desire to own a BMW in that teenager, and the trend continues as they get older. This sort of thing happens with many car brands, but BMW is definitely one that sticks more than others. While it’s an expensive brand to be enthusiastic about, especially at a young age, it’s worth the extra expense. BMW is a company with great history and excellent driving dynamics. And if a youngster buys an older, high mileage one, it can teach them how to make many repairs, like it did for me. So if a family wants to be a specific car family, BMW is a great brand to follow. The article BMW: The Family Brand appeared first on BMW BLOG

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McLaren F1’s BMW Engine is the best

EVO magazine just recently did an incredibly envious test of two cars, separated by two decades and one letter, made by the same company but with one focus — to be the most incredible supercar the world has ever seen. The two cars in question a...

EVO magazine just recently did an incredibly envious test of two cars, separated by two decades and one letter, made by the same company but with one focus — to be the most incredible supercar the world has ever seen. The two cars in question are the McLaren F1 and the McLaren P1. The P1 is a modern marvel, with a twin-turbo V8, mated to an electric motor and battery pack, which enables it to hit 60 mph in under 3 seconds and onwards to 217 mph. It’s mind-bendingly fast. But its predecessor, the F1, is one of the purest driving experiences ever created. And it’s faster than the P1, with a higher top speed of 240 mph. It’s funny that the F1, developed in the early ’90s, that broke the production car top speed record back then, has the top speed closer to the current record holder than the P1. The F1 has one simple advantage over the P1 which allows it to be so incredibly fast — a 6.1 liter V12.

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The V12 in question is called the S70/2 and was developed by Paul Rosche of BMW’s Motorsport division and makes 618 hp. The 6.1 liter S70/2 is widely considered as one of the finest engines ever fitted to an automobile. It had unbelievable throttle response and, at the time, unmatched power. Combine that with the incredible sound as it revved to its 7500 rpm redline and the F1 engine officially becomes a masterpiece. Paul Rosche created the Mona Lisa of engines, with the S70/2.

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This engine, used in the M8 prototype also, in my opinion and many others, is the absolute finest to ever come from the Bavarians. And it’s funny that, in that regard, the best BMW engine ever made was never fitted to a BMW. Sure there was the S70B56 in the 850csi, but it wasn’t the same. The S70/2 in the F1 trumps not only every engine to come from BMW, but possibly every engine ever made.

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In the video, the F1’s glorious engine and incredible response give it the victory over the brand new, technological powerhouse that is the P1. But despite the P1’s incredible technology, it cannot top the magic that is the F1 and its miraculous engine. An engine that was designed and built by our favorite Bavarians and could possibly be the best BMW engine, or of any kind, ever made. The simple fact that the engine exists, and did so twenty years ago, makes the world a better place. The article McLaren F1’s BMW Engine is the best appeared first on BMW BLOG

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