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  • in a 2 - door coupe body style. Aside from the M635 CSi M6 models, the E24 was powered by a range of BMW M30 six - cylinder engines. Initially based on the
  • the 850 CSi took over from the prototype M8 variant. The 850 CSi used the same engine as the 850i, which was tuned so significantly that BMW assigned
  • The BMW E9 is a range of coupes produced from 1968 to 1975. Initially released as the 2800 CS model, the E9 was based on the BMW 2000 C 2000 CS four - cylinder
  • ended in 2018 and it was replaced by the BMW M8 F91 F92 F93 in 2019. The M6 lineage began in 1983 with the M635 CSi model of the E24 6 Series range, which
  • Retrieved 1 September 2017. 1976 BMW 630 CSi E24 www.carfolio.com. Retrieved 1 September 2017. BMW 730i 6 - cyl. E32 bmw - grouparchiv.de. Retrieved 14
  • Series model. E24 history BMW BLOG. 2014 - 07 - 23. Archived from the original on 2017 - 08 - 29. Retrieved 2017 - 08 - 29. BMW M635 CSi Shark in a sharp suit www
  • 850 CSi 1992 - 1996 www.8coupe.com. Retrieved 4 August 2017. BMW S70 and S70 2 V12 Engines www.unixnerd.demon.co.uk. Retrieved 4 August 2017. BMW Classic
  • BMW M GmbH, formerly known as BMW Motorsport GmbH, is a high - performance division of BMW AG that manufactures high - performance cars. BMW M M for motorsport
  • to the introduction of a 3.2 liter version of this engine in the 1976 BMW 633 CSi this slightly smaller model found its way into the 3.3 Li as well. The
  • BMW 320i Turbo 1983 European Touring Car Championship Dieter Quester, BMW 635 CSi 1986 European Touring Car Championship Roberto Ravaglia, BMW 635
  • The BMW M1 model code E26 is a mid - engined sports car produced by German automotive manufacturer BMW from 1978 to 1981. In the late 1970s, Italian automobile
  • BMW 3.0 CSi racing cars. The M88 was produced alongside the BMW M30 engine, as the higher performance engine. In North America up until 1989, the BMW S38
  • CMR became the factory operation for BMW Australia running a Group C version of the 3.5 litre, 6cyl, BMW 635 CSi The car would have a new paint scheme
  • The BMW Art Car Project was introduced by the French racecar driver and auctioneer Herve Poulain, who wanted to invite an artist to create a canvas on
  • The BMW M5 is a high performance variant of the BMW 5 Series marketed under the BMW M sub - brand. It is considered an iconic vehicle in the sports sedan
  • The BMW E12 is the first generation of 5 Series executive cars, which was produced from 1972 to 1981 and replaced the saloon models of the BMW New Class
  • The BMW E30 is the second generation of BMW 3 Series, which was produced from 1982 - 1994 and replaced the E21 3 Series. The model range included coupe
  • The BMW M3 is a high - performance version of the BMW 3 Series, developed by BMW s in - house motorsport division, BMW M GmbH. M3 models have been produced
  • The BMW M4 is a high performance version of the BMW 4 Series marketed under the BMW M sub - brand. Part of the renumbering that splits the 3 Series coupe
  • The BMW X5 F15 is a mid - size luxury SUV manufactured and marketed worldwide by BMW since 2013. The car was unveiled in the 2013 Frankfurt International
  • higher - performance version of the M70 engine, the S70B56 installed in the BMW 850 CSi produced 380 PS 279 kW and 56.1 kp m 550 N m of torque, almost reaching
  • The BMW M Coupe and BMW M Roadster are high performance models of the BMW Z3 and BMW Z4 coupes roadsters produced by BMW M. The first generation was based
  • The BMW S38 is a straight - 6 DOHC petrol engine which replaced the M88 and was produced from 1984 - 1995. The S38 was originally produced for North America
  • Team BMW 635 CSi Richards won the race by two laps from two more New Zealanders, Kent Baigent and Neal Lowe driving an ex - Schnitzer BMW 635 CSi with
  • The BMW Nazca C2 also known as Italdesign Nazca C2 is a concept sports car introduced at the 1991 Tokyo Motor Show. The car was designed by famed automotive
  • winning the race three times. He won his first 24 hours in 1985 driving a BMW 635 CSi partnered by Formula One drivers Gerhard Berger and Marc Surer. He followed
  • quattro Audi V8 Austin Metro BMW 323i 325i E30 BMW 318i 320i 325i E36 BMW 528i E28 BMW 635 CSi BMW M3 Evolution E30 BMW M3 E36 Chevrolet Camaro
  • same lap as the winning Jaguar was the Schnitzer Motorsport prepared BMW 635 CSi of Italian driver Roberto Ravaglia and Venezuela s former Motorcycle World
  • The BMW M8 is the high performance version of the BMW 8 Series G15 marketed under the BMW M sub - brand. Released in June 2019, the M8 was initially produced
  • sells high - performance versions of BMW cars. Alpina works closely with BMW and their processes are integrated into BMW s production lines, thus Alpina is
  • TT Coupe Austin Metro MG Turbo BMW 3.0 Csi BMW 3.0 Csi Turbo BMW 635 Csi Gr.A BMW M1 BMW M3 E36 GTR BMW Z3 M Roadster BMW Z8 Roadster Bugatti Type 55 Bugatti
  • Endurance Championship in a BMW 635 CSi 1985 AMSCAR Series in a BMW 635 CSi 1986 Australian Endurance Championship in a BMW 635 CSi 1992 AMSCAR Series in a
  • various 635 CSi s and M3 s than either Richards or Longhurst. Following his sudden retirement at the end of 1987, JPS Team BMW was replaced as BMW Australia s
  • BMW 635 CSi Ford Mustang GT, Ford Sierra XR4Ti, Holden VK Commodore SS Group A, Jaguar XJS, Rover Vitesse. Class B consisted of Alfa Romeo GTV6, BMW
  • BMW teams of West Germany s Schnitzer Motorsport and the Italian CiBiEmme and Bigazzi teams racing the new BMW M3 which had replaced the old 635 CSi as
  • 1985 including the heats of the AMSCAR series rounds the JPS Team BMW 635 CSi of Jim Richards won 17 races. This saw him easily win the ATCC, Endurance
  • made his mountain debut alongside his father in the teams ex - JPS Team BMW 635 CSi Graham easily qualified for the race and acquitted himself well in illustrious
  • and RX - 7 s. The Rover s main Group A challenger would be the BMW 635 CSi run by JPS Team BMW The other contenders in the Group A class included the Ford
  • The BMW X5 M F85 is a mid - size luxury SUV that is based on the BMW X5 F15 which has been built by BMW since 2014. Unlike the BMW X5 M50d the X5 M is
  • would be more competitive in the years to come, fighting against the BMW 635 CSi the turbocharged Volvo 240T and Ford Sierra Cosworth as well as from
  • whom 18 were classified as finishers. The race was won by the JPS Team BMW 635 CSi of Australian Touring Car Champion Jim Richards, and his co - driver Tony
  • saw the first appearance by BMW in Hardies Heroes with Jim Richards qualifying his JPS Team BMW 635 CSi in 4th place. BMW became the 6th manufacturer
  • by New Zealand drivers Neville Crichton and Wayne Wilkinson driving a BMW 635 CSi from the Tom Walkinshaw Racing Rover Vitesse of Tom Walkinshaw and Win
  • that few manufacturers were ready to immediately take up the challenge, the CSI also allowed the participation of 5 litre Group 4 Sports Cars manufactured
  • Richards won his and BMW s first Australian Touring Car Championship driving a 3.5 litre 6 cyl BMW 635 CSi entered by JPS Team BMW Defending series champion
  • times in succession. He won in 1982 driving a BMW 528i with Armin Hahne and Eddy Joosen, 1983 in a BMW 635 CSi with Hahne and Thierry Tassin, and finally
  • 850Ci, and 850 CSi 7DCI600 - 7 - speed dual clutch 2008 - BMW M3 2008 - BMW 3 Series 335i Coupe Convertible 2008 - BMW Z4 sDrive35i 2010 - BMW E87 1 Series
  • became the first Deutsche Tourenwagen Meisterschaft champion, driving a BMW 635 CSi without winning a race. He did not win a DTM race either when driving
  • Commodores with a special dispensation to allow Group A 2.5 litre BMW M3s and a BMW 635 CSi to race. The class later to become known as Supertouring, it consisted
  • BMW 325i won the 1986 Better Brakes AMSCAR Series for JPS Team BMW from Colin Bond Alfa Romeo GTV6 and his JPS team mate Jim Richards BMW 635 CSi
  • 3.5 litres. This allowed the participation of the 3.5 litre BMW 635 CSi of JPS Team BMW much to the displeasure of most competing teams, especially
  • BMW 635 CSi That race holds its place in ATCC V8 Supercar history as not only the first all - Group A race in Australia, but the first ATCC win by BMW
  • the 1984 James Hardie 1000 driving a Group A BMW 635 CSi for Frank Gardner s factory backed JPS Team BMW partnering 1967 Formula One World Champion Denny
  • Australian Endurance Championship was won by Jim Richards driving a BMW 635 CSi and the Australian Manufacturers Championship was awarded to Nissan
  • a Prussian Army officer and Junker. In the late 1930s, Huschke drove a BMW 328 sports car. As he had joined the SS, his car was fitted with SS rune
  • BMW 518, 520, 525, 528, 728, Mercedes 200, 220, 240, 300 210 55 VR 390 TRX Citroen CX 25 GTI Turbo 220 55 VR 390 TRX BMW 525, 528, 728, 535, 635 Csi
  • Sandown enduro. Second place went to the JPS Team BMW 635 CSi of Jim Richards. The performance of the BMW suddenly saw the car as a darkhorse for Bathurst
  • would finish 4th in the 1984 European Touring Car Championship driving a BMW 635 CSi for Eggenberger Motorsport. For the 1985 ETCC, Eggenberger switched to
  • 3000cc Class C : Up to 2000cc The JPS Team BMW s golden season continued as Jim Richards drove his BMW 635 CSi to a second straight AEC win after winning
  • championship driving his Slick 50 sponsored Mazda RX - 7. Second was the JPS Team BMW 635 CSi of triple Bathurst 1000 winner Jim Richards, with Nissan Motorsport driver