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The first BMW M3 was designed with the homologation of the most famous DTM (Deutsche Tourenwagen Meisterschaft) ring race to date. This required the production of 5,000 cars. But it’s not just for this purpose that the smallest and best of all M-Series cars have been developed to date. BMW wanted to find an audience for "sports car enthusiasts" and get to know the "build" of Mercedes and Ford's competitors, which offer great versions of sports cars - Mercedes-Benz 190E Cosworth and Ford Sierra Cosworth. And BMW managed to do that. The BMW M3 E30 is an almost perfect sports car - small, ideally controllable, perfect fit, almost perfect balanced (48/52 weight distribution), dynamic, likes high revs and once again - extremely well controlled. It’s a real driver’s car, without any electronic systems, comfort, turbines or other intricate parts. Just four wheels, great balance and a sporty engine. Visually, the M3 differs little from the usual E30, yet its aerodynamics have been improved itself. Replaced rear window, boot lid made of lightweight glass cloth reinforced plastic and a package of about 40 mm for better airflow to compress the rear parts of cars and cars that would require better longitudinal stability at high speeds. The windshield of the M3 was not placed in a rubber shell, but simply glued, due to the fact that the M3 E30 achieved a relatively low coefficient of resistance Cd = 0.33, skirts than the standard E30 with really no coefficient of air resistance Cd = 0.38. BMW E30 M3 four-cylinder 2.3 L DOHC engine codenamed S14. It was a high-speed engine with a red speed limit starting at 7250 rpm. Without the catalytic converter, the engine had a power of 147 kW (200 hp) and 240 Nm, and a top speed of 235 km / h. The most powerful version of the Sport Evolution is also a four-cylinder only larger 2.5 L 16 V DOHC engine with a power output of 238 hp, top speed of 248 km / h, up to 100 km / h in 6.5 seconds. The sporty version of the M3 in 1988 required a 2.3-liter engine with a power output of 221 kW (300 hp). 1990 As the competition grew, the DTM version was redesigned with an aerodynamics package, larger wheel arches, larger wheels, brakes and larger 2.5L engines with power up to 279 kW (379 hp) - important power for cars of this size and weight. The BMW E30 M3 competed in a wide range of car races, and in the ring, it did particularly well. The M3 won the 24 Hours Nürburgring five times (1989, 1990, 1991, 1992 and 1994) and the Spa 24 Hours four times (1987, 1988, 1990 and 1992) where he quickly competed with more powerful workers. touring cars or turbine cars. The M3 also dominated other racing series at venues such as the World Touring Car Championship, the British Touring Car Championship, the Italian Touring Car Championship, the French Touring Car Championship and the Australian Touring Car Championship. Everywhere the car picked up victories. Today, the DTM Championship considers the BMW E30 M3 to be the best sports car in its series of all time. The M3 also competed as a rally car - together with the Prodrive team prepared the BMW M3 competed in several national championships and some stages of the WRC rally championship in 1987-1989. The latest versions of the M3 rally had 221 kW (300 hp) and although the M3 was not a very competitive comparison to four-wheel drive cars, it was a very efficient sports car on the pavement. The biggest success of the rally was the victory in the Tour de Corse in 1987.
In 2004, Sports Car International magazine ranked this M3 sixth among the best sports cars of the 1970s, surpassed only by such legends as the Porsche 959, Ferrari 288 GTO, VW Golf GTI, Audi Quattro and Ferrari F40. In 2007, Automobile Magazine ranked the E30 M3 among the top five driver cars of all time.

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