August 7th, 2008
For most racers and fans, the 4.048 mile Road America race track nestled in the picturesque town of Elkhart Lake is a place of fond memories and future aspirations. But don't count the drivers of the BimmerWorld BMW World Challenge racing team amongst those with nothing but happy tales to tell about the twisting Wisconsin circuit.
While they’ve all had highs and lows, the team’s mixed fortunes at Elkhart are a blend of comedy and misery. For Nick Esayian – pilot of the #34 Debt Cures BMW E90, the state is responsible for his college education and also his racing education.
July 22nd, 2008
Team's drivers sit 6th, 9th, and 11th in 2008 points championship as they push their BMW E90's to the limit.
The BimmerWorld SPEED World Challenge Touring Car team unloaded their rapid BMW E90’s at Mid-Ohio with dreams of repeating their 2007 win at the Lexington, Ohio track firmly in mind. The three-car team would leave Mid-Ohio without that win, but have high hopes for their cars to be able to show their true competitive form at the remaining rounds.
July 11th, 2008
With unique cars and a rich driving lineup, we sat down with Nick Esayian to learn more about BimmerWorld’s newest pilot.
BimmerWorld BMW SCCA World Challenge driver Nick Esayian is known in the racing world as a lighthearted character, but behind the quick wit and biting sarcasm stands a self-made businessman whose interests and skills are as varied as any in the World Challenge paddock.
June 20th, 2008
BMW World Challenge Touring Car team on pace for three cars in the top-10 at Watkins Glen until disaster strikes, entire team out in one corner. Video now on SPEED and YouTube.
May 28th, 2008
Dublin, Virginia-based BimmerWorld Racing emerged from rounds four and five of the 2008 SPEED World Challenge Touring Car events at Lime Rock Park with valuable championship points earned for all three drivers.
In the unique ‘two races in three days’ format held over Memorial Day weekend at the Lakeville, Connecticut track, drivers Seth Thomas, Nick Esayian, and James Clay found mixed fortunes between the first race held on Saturday and the second race held on Monday.