Virginia-based BMW experts open the 2013 GRAND-AM Continental Tire Series championship with stirring drives that net second and fourth in the Street Tuner class
Entering its fourth season as one of the elite teams in the GRAND-AM Continental Tire Series, Dublin, Virginia-based BimmerWorld Racing went into last weekend's season opener at Daytona International Speedway with one goal: To leave with a bounty of points.
Virginia-based BMW experts head into their fourth season of Continental Tire Series competition with proven cars, a dynamic driver lineup and a thirst to claim the Street Tuner title
With three years of remarkable wins and a steady presence at the front of the championship standings, BimmerWorld Racing is pushing harder than ever to make 2013 the year it claims the driver and team Championships in GRAND-AM's Continental Tire Series.
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Virginia-based BMW experts are ready for new racing season with revised three-car ST lineup and an exciting ST racing and testing development program with the brand-new F30 platform.
Coming off another successful season of GRAND-AM Continental Tire Series competition, the BMW experts at BimmerWorld are expanding for their fourth season in the wildly popular production-based racing series.
BimmerWorld Racing, a three-car BMW GRAND-AM race team, is partnering with TeamSeattle to support the Seattle Children’s Hospital fundraising effort for Daytona and beyond, signing on for the full 2013 season.
BimmerWorld Racing will involve the entire three-car team in the fundraising effort for the Daytona CTSCC race, and will run a single car sporting a TeamSeattle Heart for the entire season. Team Principal James Clay, a supporter and sponsor of the Pacific Northwest PRO3 racing series, is excited about the opportunity to help out. “With all of our friends and supporters in the Pacific Northwest, it was an easy decision for BimmerWorld Racing to work with Team Seattle on the Children’s Hospital fundraising effort” Clay commented.