About the car
Created by BMW chief designer Wilhelm Hofmeister, featuring a new front end and a stretched engine compartment to fit the new in-line 6-cylinder engine inherited from the BMW E3 2500/2800 saloons. BMW E9 is a GT1 sports car of the German car manufacturer BMW-BMW Motorsport, sold between the years 1968 and 1975 in 30546 models. The BMW E9 was launched in October 1968 as the successor to the BMW 2000 C/CS model, with a 2800 CS model with a 2,800 cm³ six-cylinder engine and 170 horsepower.
The Nürburgring is a motor racing circuit situated in Nürburg and the villages nearby in the Ahrweiler region of Germany. One of the world’s greatest motorsport centers, both in terms of its history and its multiple tracks, including the famous North Loop, which is over 20 kilometers long and considered one of the most difficult circuits in the world.
About the Brand
BMW, which stands for “Bayerische Motoren Werke” in German, is a German producer of luxury, sporty and high-end automobiles, and motorbikes, as well as a major manufacturer of aircraft engines. BMW, which was founded in 1916 by Gustav Otto and Karl Friedrich Rapp, belongs to the BMW Group, as do Rolls-Royce and Mini. BMW’s main headquarters and famous museum are located in Munich, Germany. During 2018, the BMW Group sold 2,125,026 cars and 123,495 two-wheelers.
About the Manufacturer
Minichamps is a manufacturer of model cars, trucks, buses, motorbikes, tanks, and car accessories. It offers a wide variety of replicas in different scales, but its Formula 1 models are mainly presented in 1/18 or 1/43 scale.
The Minichamps range currently contains models of all the significant car manufacturers in the world and many types of motor racing and sports teams. Known originally as PMA (Paul’s Model Art), the company was founded in 1990. As one of the leading businesses in the industry, with the widest range of models of any other model producer, Minichamps is a pioneer in the field.