BMW has unveiled the liveries for its pair of M4 GT3s that will contest the GTD Pro category at next week’s Rolex 24 at Daytona.
The brand has opted to carry on its split-design approach for its two factory cars in the IMSA WeatherTech Sportscar Championship, like it did previously with the M8 GTE.
The #24 car, set to be driven by Philipp Eng, Sheldon van der Linde, Marco Wittmann and Nick Yelloly, features the Munich brand’s traditional works motorsport colour scheme of white, black, red and blue.
In contrast, the #25 car will carry a predominantly red livery, featuring the colour of sponsor and lubricants firm Motul. This car will be driven at Daytona by Connor De Phillippi, John Edwards, Augusto Farfus and Jesse Krohn.