BMW Team RLL secured a first-place finish in Long Beach, moving them up in the ranks as the 2015 Tudor United Sports Car Championship season continues. The race at Laguna Seca is just days away, and we’re anxiously waiting to see if the Z4 GTEs can pull off yet another win. In the mean time, here’s an all-new desktop wallpaper of the Z4s in their gorgeous new liveries as they circle the tarmac in Southern California.
With summer rapidly approaching, or in our own case, already upon us, it seemed only fitting to take a look back at the highlight of summer, 2014. Easily the most exceptional opportunity presented to us at StanceWorks so far, Andrew and I spent a week touring the twisting roads and rolling hills of Central Italy.
Along side Detroit Belle Isle, the Long Beach Street Circuit is the shortest race of the United Sports Car Championship season; an all-out sprint between narrowing corridors of fencing and blockades. With just 100 minutes of racing allotted, the competition is fierce and fleet-footed, tailored to deft driving and quick thinking, putting drivers at odds with the many skills needed to win the prior races.
In 1975, 40 years ago, BMW Motorsport’s overall win at the 12 Hours of Sebring stood as a resounding introduction to the American market. The Motorsport colors, blue borrowed from the Bavarian flag, Texaco’s red, and a purple blend between the two, had yet to fly in any official capacity in North America. Just days before Sebring, BMW of North America was born, and with it, racing efforts that have continued forth to today. The 3.
Christopher Björåsen’s enthusiasm towards E28s began as quite the opposite: disdain. Unable to understand why anyone would purchase such an “ugly” car in his youth, Christopher has since turned around entirely. His E28 now stands as a StanceWorks favorite, sure to inspire future E28 owners, showing what can be made of a car often seen as little more than a boring family sedan. Be sure to read Christopher’s full story below.