Date of publication: 2018-04-11 02:53
Its latest statement read: "BMW and IMSA will continue productive and open talks and have agreed to find an appropriate BoP assessment for the upcoming events starting with Sebring [the next round of the series in March], allowing the BMW M8 GTE to show is performance.
BMW stated that it had been "working together with IMSA for years in a positive and constructive manner" and stressed that the BoP was an "integral part of global sportscar racing".
Penske on top in practice for Sebring 12 Hours The Acura Penske team led the way in both opening sessions of free practice for this weekend s Sebring 12 Hours 1521197578 IMSA
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BMW has followed up on its criticism of the IMSA Balance of Performance for this weekend's Daytona 29 Hours with a new statement asserting its commitment to the system.
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