As documentary filmmakers, the Hahne brothers, Tim and Nick, had unprecedented access to BMW Motorsport's preparation for the 2011 Nürburgring 24-hour race. They started recording team and car preparation as early as February in order to tell the complete story of BMW’s preparation and racing effort. "There were no limitations; we were right up close," says Nick Hahne. [Continued after image gallery]
Prior to the race, there many unique opportunities to interact with the team. The Hahne brothers spent time filming with Augusto Farfus and Jorg Müller during their preparations in their adopted country of Monaco, and Schnitzer team manager Charly Lamm provided plenty of entertaining anecdotes during the filming. During the race, around 200 hours of material were recorded, using six different cameras. The results are spectacular.
But this may be your only chance to watch this movie in a theater. And let's be honest, when was the last time you were invited to a movie premier?
The North America Premier will take place on Saturday, January 14, at 7:30 p.m. Prior to the screening, there will be a reception with cash bar, starting at 6:30.
BMW Zentrum, next to the BMW Factory in Greer, South Carolina.
Seating is limited to 210 people, so don't be disappointed! Register now for this exclusive, one-time event. There is no charge for the event and you may register three additional guests.