The 48th ADAC Total 24h-Rennen produced another thrilling race on the Nurburgring Nordschleife despite the challenges brought about by the global pandemic. ROWE RACING secured the 20th overall win for BMW, 50 years after the Munich brand's first win at the race. It was the first time since 2010 that a BMW crew has stood on the top step of the podium at the race, and it came after another year of wonderful competition. After a race stoppage of more than nine and a half hours overnight due to poor weather, ROWE RACING delivered a masterful performance both on track and in the pits. More rain fell with less than two hours remaining, and the crew of the #99 BMW made the right tactical decision. Having changed to wet tyres, Nicky Catsburg was able to overtake the #3 Audi for the overall lead, and delivered the dream result for the team from St Ingbert. Christopher Haase made a spirited challenge towards the end, but the day belonged to BMW. Due to the Coronavirus, the 24-hour event was delayed to the second half of the year and took place in cold temperatures and with an increased threat of rain. Regulations were put in place to help reduce the risk of infection, which meant teams could only have ten crew members per car, and only a limited number of spectators were allowed into the grandstands around the Grand Prix track. At 97 cars, the number of cars was the second-lowest on record, but despite that, the action at the front and in many of the classes provided as much excitement and variety as ever before. In the BMW Cup, the Cayman Cup, V2T and V4 classes in particular, the racing was close, and the margins of victory were tight. This book reflects the 24-hour race in all its aspects for the 20th time already and is also a great source of reference, featuring a comprehensive results section and lap charts. This is an undisputed 'must have' for any motorsport fan. von Ufer, Jörg R. und Upietz, Tim
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