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Country of origin:Germany
Produced from:1983 - 1984
Internal name:E24
Predecessor:BMW 528i Group A
Successor:BMW M3 Group A
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:December 05, 2016
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Chassis E24 RA1-04 One of the very first Group A 635 CSis produced, this example was one of four sold to BMW France for the national touring car championship. Liveried in Texaco colours, it also made an international appearance at the 1983 Spa 24 Hours. Driven by Thierry Boutsen, Claude Ballot>>>

Chassis E24 RA1-07 Fielded for the factory in Original Teile livery by Schnitzer Motorsport, this 635 CSI debuted with an outright victory in the Monza 500 km in the hands of Carlo Rossi and Dieter Quester. A regular podium finisher, it won again at the Nürburgring round of the Eur>>>

Chassis E24 RA1-08 One of the first Group A 635 CSis built, this chassis was sold to Italian Giuseppe Briozzo. He raced the car in the 1983 European Touring Car Championship with an eighth at Enna Pergusa as the best result. From a seized Italian collection, it was offered by RM Sotheby's at a>>>

Chassis E24 RA1-12 One of three cars delivered to Brun Motorsport, this car was raced by the team in the DTM and ETCC Championships by a variety of drivers. As the team switched liveries and even serial numbers between the cars, it is impossible to say which specific races the car did during t>>>

Chassis E24 RA1-22 Delivered new to car dealer and accomplished racer Frank Sytner, this car was raced extensively in the 1983 and 1984 British and European Touring Car Championships. Sytner then it brought it to New Zeeland where it was raced by him and new owner John Morton under the flag of>>>

To replace the Mazda RX-7 he had raced during the previous seasons, this 635 CSI was acquired late in 1983 by German privateer Fritz Müller. Liveried in the colours of his white beer brewing company Müllerbrau, Müller campaigned the BMW in the European Touring>>>

Chassis E24 RA1-30 Built ahead of the 1984 season, this 635 CSi was campaigned extensively for the better part of two seasons. Finished in striking bright red paint, it last raced at the 1985 Spa 24 Hours. Chassis RA1-30 has survived in remarkably original condition with all major components s>>>

Chassis E24 RA1-31 A Schnitzer team car, this car was raced at select ETCC events by Stefan Belloff. At the end of the year, it was sold to Volker Strycek. The car was fielded by Gubin Motorsport for him in the new German Touring Car Championship, which would become the DTM. Strycek was very s>>>

Chassis E24 RA2-38 This 635 CSi Group A was originally sold to Italy where it was raced by owner Giuseppe Briozzo and Georges Bosshard. With the help of Eggenberger Motorsport, it was fielded in the 1984 Spa 24 Hours, where it finished 7th overall after starting 19th. During the 1985 season, i>>>

Chassis E24 RA2-40 A second generation Group A 635 CSI, this car was raced for BMW Italia by the Eggenberger team in the 1984 European Touring Car Championship. Shared by Gianfranco Brancatelli and Helmut Kelleners, the car placed fourth overall in the 1984 championship tables. Along the way, >>>

Chassis E24 RA2-44 This Group A 635 CSI was shipped as a shell by BMW Motorsport to Frank Gardner's John Player Special team ahead of the 1984 season. The factory supported team built up the car in time for the Bathurst 1000 race where it was shared by Leopold von Bayern and Denny Hulme. They >>>

Chassis E24 RA2-51 Completed in the summer of 1984, this is one of the very last Group A 635 CSis produced by Schnitzer. It debuted at the Spa 24 Hours, where it finished 14th after starting 28th. During the 1985 season, it was raced in the Monroe colours it still wears today. Raced by a succe>>>

Chassis E24 RA2-79 Built ahead of the 1986 season, this 635 CSI was fielded by the works supported Schnitzer Motorsport team during the 1986 season. It was raced by the likes of Dieter Quester, Emanuele Pirro, Gerhard Berger and Roberto Ravaglia. With Ravaglia and Berger at the helm, it won th>>>

Chassis E24 RA2-88 A works car, this very late Group A 635 CSI was fielded in the 1986 Australian Touring Car Championship for defending champion Jim Richards. Liveried in very striking JPS colours, it was used by Richards with considerable success as he ended the season third in the driver's >>>

  Article Image gallery (356) Chassis (14) Specifications