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Posted: Jun 24, 2021 @ 08:40 am GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 01:34 pm GMT-0600
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The BMW M4 Class 1 2021 is a real car that is, unfortunately, the victim of changing regulations. Built to run Class 1 (DTM), the car can at least be raced by us even though it never went wheel-to-wheel on a race track. Best of all, it’s free!

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The BMW M4 Class 1 2021 is a high downforce, high-power tin-top touring car that delivers 610 hp to the rear wheels, features the latest safety developments and represents the end result of several years of racing development for BMW under the Class 1 set of regulations. At just 986 kg minus the driver, a Class 1 touring car is closer in performance to a top level open wheel racer than the traditional touring car style, as such, to drive a car of this calibre will require a healthy dose of bravery and technical finesse as you try and cope with insanely short braking distances and incredible downforce on offer, while trying to retain traction to the large real wheels putting out ridiculous amounts of horsepower – a combination that is sure to leave plenty of thick black lines of rubber out on the tarmac!

Technical Specs

Engine | Type: 2.0L Turbo R4
Power | Max power: 610HP Max rpm: 9500
Weight | 986kg
DRS | Practice/Quali any time – Race within 1 second of car ahead in DRS zones
Fuel tank | 120L
Brakes | Carbon discs and pads (Front 380x35mm, Rear 340x35mm)
Gearbox | 6 speed Hewland gearbox with limited-slip differential

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