The M3 GT are currently running in 3rd and 4th in the GT2 class after a challenging start. It ‘s been a phenomenal race especially for the 4th place #90 car that started from dead last in class. The official release below along with video updates from Bill Auberlan and Dirk Mϋller ‘s.

Official Release: The BMW Rahal Letterman Racing Team BMW M3 GTs stand third and fourth in the GT2 class just past the 6-hour mark of the 58th annual 12 Hours of Sebring. With some 700 miles around Sebring International Raceway complete the team has delivered an excellent performance with the No. 92 M3 GT running second for about four-and-one-half-hours.

Starting from seventh on the grid, the No. 92 BMW M3 GT of Bill Auberlen, Tommy Milner and Dirk Werner has raced in second position for nearly five hours. Werner took the 10:30 a.m. start, cracking the top-five before handing off to Auberlen just prior to the one hour mark. The experienced Californian drove an excellent second stint to move into second before handing off to Milner. With three hours complete, Werner re-entered the race to drive the team’s first double-stint of the race. Auberlen drove the fifth hour, pitting for Milner almost precisely at the halfway point.

The No. 90 BMW M3 GT of Joey Hand, Andy Priaulx and Dirk Müller was forced to start from the pit lane after an off by Hand in morning warm-up. Müller took the green flag and quickly carved through the field to deliver the No. 90 machine to Hand in fourth.One hour later, Andy Priaulx took the wheel and retained control of the fourth spot. Priaulx pitted just past the three-hour mark for fuel and new Dunlop tires, remaining in car for a second stint. Müller followed, also driving a double-stint. The race’s second caution period placed the pace car in between Müller and the overall leader, costing valuable track position when Hand rejoined the race.