The BMW M235i Racing is now conquering the Far East: The new BMW M235i Racing Cup China made its debut at the weekend.
The first races of the new series were held as part of the Boss GP Series at the Shanghai International Circuit. In this series, there is a separate BMW M235i Racing Cup classification within the Boss GT class. Both races of the season opener were won by Uli Sanne. Bian Ye was second in the first heat, while Steven Yin took this position in race two. Terbo Yu finished third on both occasions. The new BMW M235i Racing Cup China is organised by Unique Motorsport, owners and the organisers of the Boss GP Series, and held in accordance with the technical regulations of the cup, which are provided by BMW Motorsport. Sixteen BMW M235i Racing Cup cars that were specially built for China were delivered for the start of the season, with further cars to follow. Interested customers can get the cars through the organisers, Unique Motorsport. The debut season consists of four events, each with two 30-minute sprint events, all of which will be held in Shanghai. One of the highlights will be the weekend of 5th and 6th November, when the BMW M235i Racing Cup China will make a guest appearance in the FIA World Endurance Championship WEC.