BMW 3 Series BTCC cars in the pit area.


Inspired by the classic BMW Motorsport of the 1970s, Team BMW’s trio of 330i M Sport race cars have been given an exciting new livery for the 2021 British Touring Cars Championship. Featuring the iconic ‘M’ colours – Bavarian blue, dark blue, red and the matt-black base – it’s ready to leave its mark on the upcoming season.

Graeme Grieve, Chief Executive Officer, BMW Group UK: “Seeing the new livery on the BMW 330i M Sport instantly evokes memories of decades of BMW achievement on the racetrack, and the target is to add yet more chapters to an incredible story this year.”

The new livery made its track debut at two days of pre-season testing at Brands Hatch on Wednesday 23 March. All three cars will attend the BTCC season official launch event at Silverstone on April 22 and the first race at BMW UK’s local circuit, Thruxton, on May 8-9.

Colin Turkington in racing gear.

BMW 330i M Sport

TEAM BMW 2021. 

Colin Turkington, Tom Oliphant and Stephen Jelley will form the three-pronged attack on the UK’s leading motor racing series; their vehicles designed, built and run by West Surrey Racing team.

Dick Bennetts, Team Principal, Team BMW, said: “It’s been an intensive winter for WSR and Team BMW… We began our 2021 test programme at Silverstone last week and were pleased to see that most of the upgrades we’ve added to the car have had the desired effect.”

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