BMW M Motorsport is gearing up for an exciting racing week at the legendary 24 Hours of Le Mans as they make their return to the top category after 25 years. The team is set to compete in the Hypercar class with the BMW M Hybrid V8, marking a significant milestone for the brand. The #20 BMW M Hybrid V8, designed as the 20th BMW Art Car by artist Julie Mehretu, will surely be a highlight at the event.

In addition to the Hypercar class, BMW will also have two BMW M4 GT3s competing in the LMGT3 category at the Circuit de la Sarthe. The competition is expected to be fierce, with 23 Hypercars from nine manufacturers vying for victory in what is considered one of the toughest competitions in motorsport.

As BMW celebrates its history at Le Mans, fans can expect to see legendary vehicles on display, such as the BMW V12 LMR winning car from 1999 and the BMW 3.0 CSL Art Car by Alexander Calder from 1975. The brand has a rich history at Le Mans, with iconic BMW Art Cars making their mark on the event over the years.

Team WRT is looking to make a strong impression at Le Mans, with drivers like Augusto Farfus and Valentino Rossi sharing their excitement for the race. Farfus, who has had some bad luck at Le Mans in the past, is determined to change his fortunes this time around. Rossi, on the other hand, is gearing up for his first 24 Hours of Le Mans and is eager to showcase his skills on the track.

With a competitive lineup of drivers and a storied history at Le Mans, BMW M Motorsport is poised for an unforgettable racing week. Fans can expect thrilling races in both the Hypercar and LMGT3 categories as BMW looks to make its mark once again at this prestigious event. Stay tuned for all the action and excitement as BMW takes on Le Mans!