The BMW M4 Concept- Today at Pebble Beach, near Monterey, California, BMW of North America pulled back the silver satin veil that covered one of the biggest changes to hit the company in recent years. Before the all-new 4-series has even hit dealerships, BMW has announced and revealed the concept behind BMW Motorsport’s latest creation – the M4.
To continue with Kris Clewell’s amazing article and photography of the Hawk at Road America, we bring you the second half of Kris’s photos. We couldn’t help but include them all – removing any one was an injustice. To put it simply, we’re eager to attend next year.
I arrived just before civil twilight on Thursday. Surrounded by the carousel at the legendary Road America, I got straight to work to set up my small backpacking tent. It seemed lonely and sad compared to the rest of the living arrangements around the camping area; car guys cars were scattered about next to giant tents, grills, and fire pits.
Photography by Aaron Long.
Upbringing plays an important role in how individual interests are developed. What you are raised around, like it or not, strongly influences what you end up passionate about, whether it be towards or against. We all develop unique interests and personal taste, but the apple tends to not fall too far from the tree.
It was in 1985 that BMW decided to make a return to IMSA Grand Touring Prototype racing, otherwise known as the GTP series. After a single race with the aesthetically atrocious March 85G-7 to cap off Daytona and the ’85 season, BMW enlisted the help of March Engineering to build a set of ’86 season winners – the March 86G. The cars possessed what it took to become some of the best in GTP history – immense power, a featherweight chassis, and strong handling.