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BMW M Hybrid V8 Finishes Fourth at Sebring 12 Hours

BMW M Hybrid V8 Finishes Fourth at Sebring 12 Hours


The BMW M Group RLL showcased sturdy performances however fell wanting luck on the 12 Hours of Sebring (USA), a spotlight of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship’s second spherical. The #25 BMW M Hybrid V8 claimed a commendable fourth-place end, carefully contending for the lead in an electrifying finale, whereas its counterpart, the #24, secured the sixth place. In the meantime, within the GTD-PRO class, the #1 BMW M4 GT3 of Paul Miller Racing simply missed a spot on the rostrum, ending in fourth, with Turner Motorsport’s #96 BMW M4 GT3 ending sixth within the GTD class.

One other Podium Miss

BMW M Hybrid V8 Racing Car

Within the fiercely aggressive GTP class, the trio of Connor De Phillippi (USA), Nick Yelloly (GBR), and Maxime Martin (BEL) within the #25 BMW M Hybrid V8 had been persistently main contenders, even briefly topping the leaderboard. But, a difficult last stretch put up the final yellow flag interval noticed them narrowly miss a podium spot. The #24 group, that includes Jesse Krohn (FIN), Philipp Eng (AUT), and Augusto Farfus (BRA), battled by adversity, together with a gradual puncture and rear wing harm, to complete sixth after recovering from being a lap behind.

BMW M4 GT3 Simply As Unfortunate

Sebring Worldwide Raceway
113 Halfway Dr, Sebring, FL 33870
March 13 – 14 2024

In each GTD lessons, the BMW M Motorsport groups demonstrated potential for high finishes however had been hampered by an absence of racing fortune, stopping podium celebrations. The #1 automotive of Paul Miller Racing, piloted by Madison Snow, Bryan Sellers, and Neil Verhagen (all USA), secured a fourth-place end in GTD-PRO. Robby Foley, Patrick Gallagher, and Jake Walker (all USA) managed a sixth-place end for Turner Motorsport within the GTD class, with each autos having led their respective classes at numerous factors within the race.

Louis Deletraz, driving the #40 Acura ARX-06 alongside Jordan Taylor and Colton, completed forward of Cadillac Racing’s Sebastien Bourdais. The third spot on the rostrum was claimed by the #7 Porsche Penske Motorsport Porsche 963 pushed by Matt Campbell, Felipe Nasr and Dane Cameron. In GTD Professional, Jack Hawksworth teamed with Ben Barnicoat and Kyle Kirkwood to take the victory within the No. 14 Lexus RC F GT3 for Vasser Sullivan Racing.  In GTD, Philip Ellis, Russell Ward and Indy Dontje received within the No. 57 Mercedes-AMG GT3 for Winward Racing.




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