Turner Motorsport 2020 Racecars

 



Class: GT Daytona (GTD)

Car #96: Bill Auberlen & Robby Foley

The No. 96 Turner Motorsport BMW M6 GT3 will be the 2021 Weathertech SportsCar Championship season. Driving the No. 96 car for the season will Bill Auberlen , Robby Foley, and Aidan Read for the endurance races.

Veteran Bill Auberlen will be joined by Aidan Read and Robby Foley to round out a very strong and experienced driver team ready to do battle against the 30 other GTD entries.

In addition to the super-star driver lineup, the Turner Motorsport team welcomes their rock-solid team of new and returning partners for 2021 including H&R Springs, LIQUI Moly, Hilliard, Pagid, Hengst, Sparco and Ohlins.
Chassis/Body
Chassis BMW Motorsport
Layout Front engine - rear wheel drive
Body Carbon fiber exterior with aerodynamically optimised chassis to comply with regulations for GT3 cars to be introduced in 2016 (splitter, diffusor, rear wing)
Weight Approx. 2700lbs
Engine
Type BMW P63, 4.4-liter V8 production engine with M TwinPower Turbo Technology.
Engine Management Cosworth, software specially developed by BMW Motorsport
Max Power Up to 585 BHP (depending on class regulations)
Oil Supply System Racing dry sump lubrication system, specifically developed by BMW Motorsport
Cooling System Intercooled: Air to Air
Suspension
Type: Front & Rear Double wishbone axle at front and rear (adjustable height, camber, track, and roll centre)
Shock Absorbers Öhlins shock absorbers (four-way adjustable)
Brakes
Front Calipers AP Racing six-piston fixed calipers
Rear Calipers AP Racing four-piston fixed calipers
Brake Pads Endurance race pads
ABS System Bosch Motorsport adjustable ABS system
Wheels & Tires
Front BBS Motorsport 13"x18", painted black
Michelin’s racing slick
Rear BBS Motorsport 13"x18", painted black
Michelin’s racing slick


Class: GS

Car #95 GS: Bill Auberlen & Dillon Machavern
Car #96 GS: Robby Foley & Vincent Barletta

In 2018, in its first season in the hands of BMW customer teams, the BMW M4 GT4 was crowned “Race Car of the Year” at the Professional MotorSport World Expo Awards on the back of many successes. The BMW M4 GT4 continued where it left off in 2019, enjoying success all over the world: As well as the Team title in ADAC GT4 Germany, it also came out on top in the GT4 class of the Blancpain GT World Challenge Asia and the 24H SERIES.
Chassis/Body
Chassis BMW Motorsport
Layout Front engine - rear wheel drive
Body Carbon fiber exterior with aerodynamically optimised chassis to comply with regulations for GT3 cars to be introduced in 2016 (splitter, diffusor, rear wing)
Weight Approx. 2700lbs
Engine
Type BMW S55, M TwinPower Turbo Technology, direct injection, Valvetronic
Engine Management Production engine electronics – output via power stick can be adjusted according to defined BoP
Max Power More than 431 hp (depending on balance of performance)
Suspension
Type: Front & Rear Adjustable motorsport stabilizers front and rear
Shock Absorbers Öhlins shock absorbers (four-way adjustable)
Springs Suspensions springs with three different spring rates for front and rear axle homologated
Brakes
Front Calipers 6-piston, fixed caliper front, AP Racing
Rear Calipers 4-piston, fixed caliper rear, AP Racing
Wheels & Tires
Front BBS Motorsport 11"x18" alloy wheels ", painted black
Michelin’s racing slick
Rear BBS Motorsport 11"x18" alloy wheels, painted black
Michelin’s racing slick