Here is the BMW M LMDh which will start in 2023

The last time BMW competed and won the 24 Hours of Le Mans was in 1999 with the V12 LMR. However, this victory never came off - at least in the same category.  Fortunately, BMW announced in June 2021 that it would return to Daytona in 2023, marking the automaker's return to top-level car racing, joining the new category of LMDh prototypes. And today, BMW Motorsport is delighting its fans with a teaser of its next LMDh prototype.  Produced in close collaboration between BMW M Motorsport and BMW Group Designworks, the design of the BMW M LMDh prototype is said to unite the  "iconic elements of BMW M Motorsport design DNA with the performance architecture of an ultra-modern prototype" which illustrates "visceral efficiency" .  Visually, the prototype teaser only shows a few details of the future race car. The BMW M colors are highlighted by the imposing front splitter, while the enormous front grille reflects the evolution of the manufacturer's signature over the years. The teaser essentially shows the front, but a closer look gives a glimpse of the large wing that covers almost the entire rear.  Although BMW has not confirmed its return to Le Mans in 2023, its upcoming participation in the 24 Hours of Daytona foreshadows it. The Daytona endurance race is effectively the first race in which LMDh-based LMP2 prototypes can compete. With the doors open for LMDh prototypes between IMSA and WEC, we see no reason for BMW not to enter its race car at the Circuit de la Sarthe.  BMW Motorsport also announced that the BMW Team RLL will compete in the two LMDh prototypes from 2023, continuing the collaboration that has existed since 2009. BMW chooses Dallara for the M LMDh chassis.

The last time BMW competed and won the 24 Hours of Le Mans was in 1999 with the V12 LMR. However, this victory never came off - at least in the same category.

Fortunately, BMW announced in June 2021 that it would return to Daytona in 2023, marking the automaker's return to top-level car racing, joining the new category of LMDh prototypes. And today, BMW Motorsport is delighting its fans with a teaser of its next LMDh prototype.

Produced in close collaboration between BMW M Motorsport and BMW Group Designworks, the design of the BMW M LMDh prototype is said to unite the  "iconic elements of BMW M Motorsport design DNA with the performance architecture of an ultra-modern prototype" which illustrates "visceral efficiency" .

Visually, the prototype teaser only shows a few details of the future race car. The BMW M colors are highlighted by the imposing front splitter, while the enormous front grille reflects the evolution of the manufacturer's signature over the years. The teaser essentially shows the front, but a closer look gives a glimpse of the large wing that covers almost the entire rear.

Although BMW has not confirmed its return to Le Mans in 2023, its upcoming participation in the 24 Hours of Daytona foreshadows it. The Daytona endurance race is effectively the first race in which LMDh-based LMP2 prototypes can compete. With the doors open for LMDh prototypes between IMSA and WEC, we see no reason for BMW not to enter its race car at the Circuit de la Sarthe.

BMW Motorsport also announced that the BMW Team RLL will compete in the two LMDh prototypes from 2023, continuing the collaboration that has existed since 2009. BMW chooses Dallara for the M LMDh chassis.

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