The track-only BMW M6 GT3 is popping-up in our news again, the racer being recently delivered to Turner Motorsport. We are dealing here with two cars which will compete in different championships around the world.
The Turner Motorosport`s Markus Palttala driver, who was recently awarded the second BMW privateer driver in the entire world, will drive the #97 BMW M6 GT3, along with co-driver Michael Marsa, in the 2016 IMSA Wheathertech SportsCar Championship.
The team`s second driver Bret Curtis, will be behind the #96 BMW M6 GT3, alongside BMW Factory driver Jens Klingmann. The car`s first debut will be however, at the Rolex at Daytona, starting the 30th of January.
Besides Turner Motorsport, there are also other several teams to have received the BMW M6 GT3. We are talking here about German team Schubert Motorsport, with two GT3s racing at the Nurburghing 24 Hours.
The second largest team to get its hands on other two BMW M6 GT3s is Lowe Racing, which will compete at the same Nurburgring 24 Hours, followed by Blancpain GT, Spa 24 Horus or the FIA GT World Cup.
Under the hood, the BMW M6 GT3 is powered by an upgraded 4.4-liter M TwinPower Turbo V8 unit, which develops 500 horsepower and “impressively high-torque”.
BMW has also added a new photo gallery with the exquisite BMW M6 GT3, enjoy and don’t forget to share your opinions with us!