Frantic 9.500Rpm BMW 2002 Tii 8v taken to the Limit

    A true Berg-Cup Racer from origin, preparation, all the way to its crazy driver

    Norbert Wimmer races this spectacular BMW 2002 Tii powered by a Naturally Aspirated M10 Engine in 8 valve form screaming at a furious 9.500Rpm, producing what we can imagine is over 240Hp at least. Rear Wheel Drive Monster, lightened to 815Kg thanks to a profound "diet" that sees this car retain from its original form just the window rubbers, and the three Pedals ( throttle, brake and clutch). It is still using a Manual H-Pattern Gearbox from Hewland making it one of the most "Old-School" machines racing on the Berg-Cup series.


    Here you can watch it on Osnabruck, Wolsfeld and St. Anton in spectacular fashion, always battling for the Top spots on the E1-2000cc Class, despite being a bit down on power and technology. As you´ll see, all that is made up by some proper talent behind the wheel and brave, brave driving...

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    Comments (2)

    • Oh yeah

        1 month ago
    • So damn cool!

        1 month ago


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