Jorg Muller1969-09-03 (age 50)
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BMW has announced its works driver line-up for the 2017 edition of the 24 Hours of Nurburgring, headlined by the arrivals of GP2 race winner Alex Lynn and two-time DTM champion Timo Scheider.
The #59 Tekno McLaren and the #99 Walkenhorst BMW have both been withdrawn from the Bathurst 12 Hour due to damage sustained during qualifying.
Three BMW drivers will make their debuts in the Bathurst 12 Hours race in early February in the #99 Walkenhorst Motorsport entry.
The 2015 edition of the 24 Hours of Nürburgring was one of the most dramatic in the race’s history.
The #26 BMW Z4 GT3, qualified by Augusto Farfus, starts on pole.
During the first couple of hours of the 2014 Total 24 Hours of Spa the fight for the lead quickly developed into a duel between the Audi and BMW teams.
For this new Top 10 list, let's do something different and mix music with racing. Just for fun.
Marc VDS suffered a disappointing night at the 24 Hours of Nürburgring.
Maxime Martin, in the #25 BMW Z4 GT3 he shares with Jörg Müller, Uwe Alzen and Marco Wittmann, set an 8:13.497 for second position.
Jörg Müller: "For me, the 24 Hours of Nürburgring is the greatest challenge we have in the racing world.”
Victory in the BMW M235i Racing Cup class goes to the “Eifelblitz”.
The #25 BMW Z4 GT3 will be crewed by Jörg Müller, Maxime Martin and Marco Wittmann, with Dirk Adorf and Nick Catsburg alongside them in #26.