Reviews Confirmation via Instagram: BMW with LMDH program from 2023

22:25  10 june  2021
22:25  10 june  2021 Source:   delivery.vidible.tv

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BMW returns to the top class of international long-distance sports after more than 20 years: LMDH program starts with 24h Daytona 2023

BMW Motorsport Director Markus bottle had already been watched this day That it could give BMW in the future a new racing program on international motor sports platforms . On Thursday now bottle - a little unusual - self-proclaimed on his own Instagram account that will be the comeback at the 24 hours of Daytona of the year 2023.

"We are back, Daytona 2023", so the title of the Instagram postings of bottle, which shows as a picture a BMW V12 LMR - the winning car of 24 hours from Le Mans 1999 -. The motif is no coincidence. Finally, the V12 LMR is the last car, with which BMW was active in the top class of international long-distance sports. The meant then LMP and was later replaced by the LMP1.

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From 2023 LMDH will form the common new top class together with the LMH already implemented in the long-distance World Cup (WEC). And at the beginning of the LMDH era, BMW will also be from the game as Acura , Audi and Porsche . All these manufacturers have already announced their respective LMDH program during the past few months.

Yannik Dalmas, BMW V12 LMR © Provided by Motorsport.com Yannik Dalmas, BMW V12 LMR

1999 won BMW with the V12 LMR with Winkelhock / Martini / Dalmas in Le Mans

Photo: Motorsport Images

As regards BMW, the LMDH program marks the return in The long-distance top class after more than 20 years break. However, what is the daytona posting from Markus bottle is the question of whether BMW is both in the IMSA, whose centerpiece are the 24 hours of Daytona, as well as in the WEC whose centerpiece are the 24 hours of Le Mans, .

Currently, BMW is still with a factory program in Formula E at the start. This is set at the end of the current season 2020/21 but. The partner team Andretti Autosport will also use the powertrain of BMW also in the coming season of the electric series, but then on their own and no longer with factory support from Munich.

with images of Motorsport Images.

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