1973 BMW 3.0 CSi Widescreen

1973 BMW 3.0 CSi

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The first BMW 3.0 CSL race car that was developed by BMW Motorsport GmbH.
He also became the first race car team BMW Motorsport and had paint in the brand colors — red, blue and purple. As a significant feature of this racing car is the first use of the ABS system. The BMW 3.0 CSL won 5 European Championships between 1973 and 1979, and also became the first in the leading national Championships in several countries. BMW 3.0 CSL 1972 was so successful in the development that continued to win races in the late 1970s, although its production ended in 1975. To make room for his successor, BMW racing 6 series. Thanks to the development of four valves per cylinder in their racing engines. BMW increased the engine power and displacement from 3.2 to 3.5 liters, from 340 to 430 horsepower. In North America (USA) with the new BMW CSL 3.5 in 1975 and won IMSA races at Sebring, Laguna Seca, riverside, Daytona and Talledega.
Racers participating in the American races: Hans stuck, Sam Posey, Brian Redman, Allan
Moffat, Dieter Quester and benny Parsons. Racing BMW 3.0 CSL differed from the standard versions in that they had a 3.2 liter engine, the distinctive spoiler across the car’s body, redesigned suspension, transmission and brakes.
In addition to the more powerful engine, machine thirds of the race groups was often called the “Batmobile” is the name and came into use. This package consists of a very large rear wing, modified front bumper and spats for the front fenders. These components were very successful in the competition, giving the BMW 3.0 CSL the best aerodynamic ability.
There were 167 Batmobile built in total (including those with engines of 3.5 liters).

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