July 7th, 2009
All three BimmerWorld/GearWrench cars in the top-10 as Seth Thomas takes his second win of the year, Nick Esayian gets 4th for his best finish of 2009 and James Clay takes 9th.
July 1st, 2009
Leading BMW World Challenge Touring Car team set to host and honor the Special Operations Warrior Foundation and to improve on their well publicized 2008 Watkins Glen results.
The upcoming Fourth of July weekend marks two important happenings for the BimmerWorld SPEED World Challenge Touring Car team. First, the Dublin, Virginia-based BMW racers look to honor the men, women and families of the Special Operations Warrior Foundation (SOWF) as the SPEED TC series stops in Watkins Glen, New York.
June 23rd, 2009
The BimmerWorld team makes the most of the downtime between World Challenge rounds as the team's owner and technicians steer their self-built 1992 BMW 325i to victory circle.
Fans of BimmerWorld Racing’s trio of SCCA SPEED World Challenge Touring Car BMWs have grown accustomed to the blue and yellow E90s at the head of the pack, yet it’s the attention that BimmerWorld crew chief Jason Marks is receiving with his own BMW racecar that’s starting to gain the attention of racing enthusiasts everywhere.
May 13th, 2009
BimmerWorld/GearWrench team poised to lead the BMW charge at Mosport with two races in two days.
With the 2009 SCCA SPEED World Challenge Touring Car season in full swing, BimmerWorld has their three BMW E90 cars loaded on the trailer, ready to take two shots at victory once activities get underway for this weekend’s double-header at Mosport in Canada.
May 7th, 2009
After the highs of a win at Sebring in March, the BimmerWorld/GearWrench team was forced to settle for less than they'd hoped for at Thunderbolt Raceway.
With the highs of winning the season opening race at Sebring still firmly in their minds, top SCCA SPEED World Challenge Touring Car entrant BimmerWorld Racing was reminded that a follow-up win is even harder to achieve, as seen last weekend at Thunderbolt Raceway in New Jersey.