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Source: BMW Group Suzuka. In the penultimate race of the season of the Intercontinental GT Challenge, the 10 hours of Suzuka (JPN), BMW Team Schnitzer narrowly missed the first podium finish of the season. After Augusto Farfus (BRA) on Saturday in the

The vehicle with the start number 42 had a little later the lead to the

The season finale of the Intercontinental GT Challenge will take place on 24. November in the South African Kyalami instead. Responses to the 10 hours of Suzuka:

Herbert Schnitzer, jr. (Team Manager, BMW Team Schnitzer):”in Principle, we can be with the course of this weekend quite satisfied. Yesterday we had the pole position with Augusto Farfus a fantastic day. We knew, however, that the race, under hot conditions would be hard. Sure, we have experienced in the course of the ten hours of the one or other setback, but overall, I’m proud of my Team and what it has done here in Suzuka.“

Augusto Farfus (

Martin Tomczyk

Niclas king Bauer (team Manager Walkenhorst Motorsport):”It is of course bitter. You travel half way around the world to Suzuka, prepares very well, has a great Qualifying and a great Start – in principle, everything runs perfectly. But then a setback follows. Unfortunately, we are followed in this season, some bad luck. This has been confirmed here again. But at some point, this streak will end, and the knot will burst with us. The have earned the driver and the Team more than. Maybe it’s the season finale in Kyalami so far. We remain fully motivated.“

Christian Krognes

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Mikkel Jensen (


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