BMW continues testing its LMDh at Motorland

It’s not idle on the side of BMW. After Barcelona, ​​the Bavarian team went to Motorland, in Aragon, to continue testing its new LMDh, the M V8 Hybrid. It was Nick Yelloly who was at the wheel of the car on Tuesday to cover new kilometers, he who was already on board the LMDh in Catalonia.

The 2020 24 Hours of Nürburgring winner shared his thoughts on BMW’s LMDh via a Twitter post. “A lot of extra kilometers were traveled in this new rocket this week in Aragon, to learn how to master our beast! Good steps forward have been made and I am already looking forward to the next run. »

The M Hybrid V8 LMDh therefore racks up the kilometers to be at the top of its preparation for the 2023 24 Hours of Daytona, in January, the opening round of the IMSA championship. The propeller brand is also active on the transfer market with the recent arrival of René Rast in the BMW fold. For the moment, the German firm has not announced any of its pilots for its LMDh program even if some officials like Connor de Philippi or Sheldon van der Linde could/should integrate it after having tried the prototype in recent weeks. On the side of René Rast,  » details of which series and individual events he will participate in will be announced along with the schedules for all other BMW M works drivers. »

If he is not called upon to represent the official LMDh, René Rast will still be able to represent BMW via his client teams, such as Team WRT, the latest team to be associated with the German manufacturer and with which the person concerned competed in the last 24 Hours of Le Mans in LMP2.

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