Originally Posted by Itgb
Good news, but I wouldn't be surprised to see the E92 M3 again next year. They probably want to spend the least amount of money before the F80 M3 is available for motorsport activites. Like others have said, with no Z4M, a Z4 ALMS car is rather pointless.
But isn't that the same issue? the F80 M3 engine is turbocharged. So in order for them to develop a GTE version of that car it would have to be turbocharged as well. But that's a ways down the road. Plus there is talks about a unified GT class for 2014 so who knows what that means for the regulations.