As the term "concept car" reveals, the German tuner MK-Motorsport has equipped the agile Compact with all conceivable extras and presented it at the Bern tuning fair. The test showed that the 318 ti is capable of inspiring with turbopower.
MK-Motorsport from Ötigheim is dedicated to the refinement of BMW models and offers customized tuning for body, interior and engines. The individualization program is immense. It ranges from MK wheels, aluminium pedals and leather interiors to spoilers and side skirts. The black and yellow Kevlar trims, which can be ordered for the interior and the wheels, are particularly exuberant. And even the BMW kidney is not taboo for this.
Ötigheim (rw). The VW "Lupo", in Latin: Wolf, was announced as the first three-litre car before its public premiere these days. Marc Krankenberg from Ötigheim has now covered almost 3000 training and racing kilometres with the newcomer. So far he has competed in nine races of the "Volkswagen ADAC Touring Junior Cup". Together with other young talents, who sniffed into the big racing world in a media-effective way, he participated in the elaborate promotion of young talent with a racing version with 112 hp.
Ötigheim/Lahr (rw). Marc Krankenberg is the only starter for the ADAC-Gau Südbaden to start in the Lupo Cup at Hockenheim since the start of the season on 19 April. 20 young "wolves" ("Lupos" in Latin) were selected for Germany's number 1 touring car junior class in order to cause a sensation with the small VW with production start in autumn. Before half-time next weekend at the Regio-Ring in Lahr it is clear that the young Lupos already offered many attractions for spectators.
First victory for MK-Motorsport. Krankenberg and Thiim successful at the Nürburgring.
Ötigheim (rw). After a ninth place in the "24-hour race" at the Nürburgring in the overall standings with an MK-M3, the Ötigheim racing team "MK-Motorsport" now achieved its first victory with a BMW 325i. In the fifth round of the "German Veedol Long Distance Cup", in which 145 touring cars competed, a victory was clinched in the 18-car Group N class with engine capacities of up to 2.5 litres.
Ötigheim/Nürburgring (rw). The Ötigheim touring car racing team MK-Motorsport can be very satisfied with a ninth place overall in the "ADAC 24-hour race" on the Nordschleife of the Nürburgring among 180 starters. The BMW M3 Group N was placed between VW's two factory Golf cars. In addition to the final second place in the class up to three litres capacity, a place on the winner's podium was also possible in the overall standings. But changing the rear axle took more than half an hour.