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Thu Jan 24 17:24:16 CET 2019 Press Kit
The IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship combines magnificent cars, iconic racetracks, quality drivers and passionate fans. 2019 starts with an absolute highlight: at the Daytona 24 Hours, BMW works driver and brand ambassador Alessandro Zanardi will be at the wheel of the #24 BMW M8 GTE.
Thanks to the great work of the BMW Motorsport engineers in adapting the cockpit to Zanardi’s special needs, he is able to share the cockpit with the regular BMW Team RLL drivers John Edwards, Jesse Krohn as well as Australian Chaz Mostert.
Connor De Phillippi and Tom Blomqvist will compete the IMSA season in the #25 BMW M8 GTE. In Daytona, Blomqvist will be replaced by Augusto Farfus. Further drivers for the 24-hour classic are Philipp Eng and Colton Herta.
This Media Guide introduces you to the BMW M8 GTE, BMW Team RLL and the driver squad for the race in Daytona. Furthermore it offers a look behind the scenes of all the technical challenges and details behind Alex Zanardi’s “Road to Daytona”.
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The following applies to consumption figures for vehicles with new type approval, September 2017 onward: The figures for fuel consumption, CO2 emissions and energy consumption are obtained in accordance with the specified measuring procedure (EC Regulation No. 715/2007), as issued and amended. The figures are for a basic-version vehicle in Germany. The bandwidths allow for differences in the choice of wheel and tire sizes and items of optional equipment and can be changed by the configuration.Obtained on the basis of the new “Worldwide harmonized Light vehicles Test Procedure” (WLTP), the figures are converted back to the “New European Driving Cycle” (NEDC) for the sake of comparability. Values other than those stated here may be used for the purposes of taxation and for other vehicle-related duties relating to CO2 emissions.More information about official fuel consumption figures and the official specific CO2 emissions of new passenger cars can be obtained from the “guideline on fuel consumption, CO2 emissions and current consumption of new passenger cars”, available here: https://www.dat.de/co2/.