Multiple Championship Wins for RMP Competizione in 2016

The 2016 race season was a long and eventful one!  RMP Competizione finished the season with more than one class Championship win.FullSizeRender (2) In GT2, John Hansen in his BMW e36 took the GT2 class championship win, while Rocco Marciello, trailing not far behind in his BMW E90, finished 3rd overall in its first full season. Michael DelleDonne in his BMW E90 finished 4th overall respectively.

153 GT2In the GT3 class, RMP Competizione was on top of the rankings yet again. Ali Nasirpour in his BMW E36 secured the GT3 class championship, while the RMP tuned and setup BMW E30 driven by Daria Khachi finished 2nd overall.


We would also like to congratulate Ali on his overall highest points championship win, beating out all 5 GT classes.

RMP Competzione is also proud to announce that we will be running a new BMW 235iR for the 2017 race season. With some preliminary testing underway at the laFullSizeRenderst race weekend of 2016, we are confident that the 235iR will be a great candidate for the 2017 championship.

The 2016 race season was a great success for RMP Competizione. Multiple race weekends were raced with excellent reliability and performance. Once again, our dedication to setup and tuning proved worth while.

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We would also like to thank our sponsers Fuchs oil, Molyslip, Liqui Moly, and Bully Clutch for there continued support over the years!

Preperation for the 2017 race season has already begun with more tuning, modifications and some new cars that will be competing in the championship. Check back for updates as we will be posting them during the off season.

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