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Classic BMW Race cars come out and play

Classic BMW Race cars come out and play

BMWs are a dime a dozen, but sometimes, just sometimes, you get to see some very special cars. I am not talking about the new 2014 BMW M3 and newcomer to automotive world, the M4. Nor am I referring to the E46 M3 CSL (WOW, mouthful). I am talking about one of a kind, privately owned, rebuilt BMW Race cars.

I won’t lie, I don’t know too much about these cars, simply because they are just so so sooooo rare, but what I do know is that they are mostly privately owned, share amazing race heritage and are labours of love. Most of these battered, bruised and beautiful race cars are looked after and finely tuned by the talented hands at Evolution 2 Motorsport and Pablo Clark Racing.

OK, enough “jibber jabber”, here are some beautiful race cars!

One last thing, a very big and EPIC THANK YOU to the guys at JSN BMW Motors for letting me have a quick look around these one of a kind race cars!

If Batman had a race car, this would be it.
If Batman had a race car, this would be it.

 

Very, very talented Tony Viana's race car.
Very, very talented Tony Viana’s race car.
Very temped to flick up all of these switches.
Very temped to flick up all of these switches.
Just so much carbon fibre.
Just so much carbon fibre.
HELLO WING!
HELLO WING!
Don't think it had great results in a wind tunnel.
Don’t think it had great results in a wind tunnel.
Team Old Dog.
Team Old Dog.
Can't imagine how scary this would look in your rear view mirror.
Can’t imagine how scary this would look in your rear view mirror.
Classic, yet small, kidney grill.
Classic, yet small, kidney grill.
Best racing vinyl ever!
Best racing vinyl ever!

Published by Marko Mandusic

It is pretty obvious that I like cars, wait, LOVE cars, but apart from that, I like to run too. I have a funny feeling that these two interests are somehow related. A bit like coffee and waking up, which are my next two favourite things!