Track Car Showcase – E90 BMW RS-M3 by RS Racing Team

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BMW RS-M3 by RS Racing Team

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The in-house sport model of the 3-series, named M3, offers BMW since 1986 now. Developed and also originally produced (E 30 and E36 M3) by BMW-subsidiary BMW M GmbH, the variants of the 3-series model leaves the assembly lines of the parent company again. Their proverbial power creates everywhere a furore.

On the flags of RS-RACINGTEAM Company, based in Viernheim, in southern Hessen (near Mannheim) the conspicuous letters stand: MORE ADRENALINE FOR YOUR SENSES. Motivation enough for the Crew around Sven Rau and Sonja Grüter, to tackle courageously the Bavarian racing driving machine with road traffic certification. Under the label „RS-M3“ – this designation is incidentally the ownership of the Company RS-RACINGTEAM – M-race car, only available as a Coupé, arise a special sort.

In the present case, wide-awake 450 hp or 331 kW at 8.300 U/min are made available from four litres of cylinder capacity – from 3.999 cm³, to be precise, whereby a maximum torque of 431 Nm at 4.100 U/min is applied. As the electronic Vmax-handcuffs are blown up, the proband runs up to 299 km/h. With only two seats the sprint from standstill of 100 km/h in 4,6 seconds is completed and 200 km/h-barrier falls in 14,7 seconds. The vehicle is in addition 190 Kg lighter than the standard counterpart!

The interior of BMW RS-M3 is thereby strongly marked by DMSB-certified safety cell of WIECHERS Sport, which was completely welded. The entry due to the cage bars is visibly less easy than before, but it offers the passengers of the BMW RS-M3 excellent protection and increases immensely the body of the vehicle. Two certified hard shell seats provide space for two passengers and renewing protection due to 6-Punkt-point belt. Brake pads and air flow from motorsport, as well as steel flex brake lines provide adequate delay in adrenaline of speed.

The important connection between vehicle and road consists in this case of forged ATS-Superlight-wheels in size 10x19 inch all around, including sport tires.

A particularly large share in the success of the BMW RS-M3 is exclusively manufactured chassis of BMW RS-M3 supplied by the Company Bilstein. Bilstein B16 PSS10 was developed in sophisticated cooperation, because no comparable model with 10-fold adjustability could provide MOT approval.

Values, which are crying out for the race track, where it can play fully its modified abilities. It can be blazingly fast even on the way there, thanks to the aforementioned MOT approval.
The sporty as well as uncompromising overall concept of RS-RACINGTEAM is in any case convincing. The BMW RS-M3 can be purchased in Viernheim as a new car with individual performance conversion from 80.000 Euros. For up to 110.000 Euros a thoroughbred race car, also street legal is avalaible!


You can find more detailed information about this BMW RS-M3 directly at:
RS-RACINGTEAM Sven Rau and Sonja Grüter GbR
Marie-Curie-Straße 3
68519 Viernheim
Telephone 0049 (0) 62 04 / 60 20 52
Telefax 0049 (0) 62 04 / 60 20 53
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