BMW M3 E92 GT4 4.0 L V8 Manual

2009 BMW M3 E92 GT4 factory built cace car, showing 10,440 KM. Chassis number 16-21/67-S 922. 1 of 26 factory built cars, copy of original invoice from BMW Stockholm for €122000

Launched at the 2009 Nürburgring 24 Hour race, the E92 M3 GT4 was prepared to compete in the GT4 class. It was sold by BMW to customers for different racing championships all over the world. The body was prepared at BMW’s Regensburg plant complete with FIA-spec roll cage and then was shipped to Munich for final assembly where it sat along side other BMW Motorsport projects like the GT2 ALMS and the E90 WTCC touring car.

The car was fitted with carbon fiber doors with Makrolon rear and side windows. The NA 4.0L V8 engine remain stock increasing reliability and lowering running costs for owners - the only upgrade being an Akrapovič racing exhaust system and catalytic converter.

BMW added a new braking system with race-optimized ABS, and AP Racing 6 and 4 pot calipers. The car benefits from remote-reservoir Öhlins suspension, BBS wheels also came standard from factory. Power is transferred to a new differential with a 4.10:1 final drive through a single-mass flywheel and 3-Disc sintered clutch. The OEM 6 speed H patern gearbox remains.

Inside, the safety cage manufactured and installed by BMW Motorsport is FIA certified by Deutscher Motor Sport Bund. The driver slots behind a Sparco steering wheel with quick release and into a Recaro racing seat with with the HANS system and Schroth belts. Also included is a laptimer display, Firesense extinguisher system and a 100l ATL safety fuel tank. 

The car was acquired by motorsport team WestCoast Racing in 2010. Founded in 1994 by Dick Jönsson-Wigroth and based in Halmstad on the west coast of Sweden (hence the name) it is one of Sweden's most successful racing team. WestCoast Racing has since the mid-1990s had a strong partnership with BMW and the Swedish dealers and the team is also known as the "BMW Dealer Team". The team has mainly competed in the STCC, but also in the ETC Cup, FIA Sportscar Championship, Formula Ford and Volvo S60 Challenge. Currently the team is competing in the TCR International Series.

According to the Swedish Motorsport Association logbook included with the sale, the M3 raced in multiple Swedish GT events from 2011-2014, and has been in storage since.

As with any race build there are numerous components replaced over the road-going car - if you have any specific questions do get in touch and we will be our best to help