Some of us remember the days when new technology was characterized by remarkable simplicity. At the very beginning of its development, we simply were not able to implement complex solutions.
The curse has been broken: Bruno Spengler (CA) claimed BMW Motorsport’s first pole position of the 2015 DTM season at the Norisring (DE). On the 2.3-kilometre street circuit, the BMW Team MTEK driver clocked a time of 48.280 seconds in his BMW Bank M4 DTM – four thousandths of a second quicker than Christian Vietoris (DE, Mercedes).
The all-new Ford Shelby GT350R-C earned its first number-one qualifying spot in its first race, adding a new chapter to the nameplate’s legendary racing pedigree. Driver Scott Maxwell recorded a lap time of 2 minutes, 1.358 seconds to earn the overall number-one qualifying spot, and the TOTAL Pole Award, in a field of 15 Grand Sport competitors.
Luxury British sports car maker Aston Martin, along with its race team Aston Martin Racing, today announces an ambitious five-car assault on the 2015 ADAC Zurich N24 endurance race at Germany’s infamous Nürburgring. Aston Martin Racing heads to the world-renowned endurance event on 16/17 May with a pair of works V12 Vantage GT3s, and has its sights set firmly on the outright race win in the top SP9 class.