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Racing Dynamics

Racing Dynamics is an Italian BMW tuning company. In 1980 the company was founded by Federico Pavoncelli in Milan, Italy. Racing Dynamics has had a long and varied motorsport history since its inception. Their first officially sanctioned entry was in 1984, when they raced a BMW E30 3 Series with their own K27 2.7L motor in the IMSA GTU series. In 1990, Racing Dynamics was involved with the first two-liter BMW entry in the British Touring Car Championship, which later became the standard for all European Touring Championship formats. In 1992 they entered two BMW E36 320is models in the Italian Super Touring Championship, and in 1993 the same cars campaigned in the Japanese and Croatian Touring Championships. In 1994 they supported the Ed Arnold Racing M5 entry in IMSA and raced the cars at the famous Interlagos circuit in Brazil. Additionally, in 1994 they were involved with GP prototypes in the 24 Hours of Daytona, as well as a venture in the Italian Formula 3 championship, both of which are highlights of the company's past. After over ten years of competitive motorsports, Racing Dynamics decided to take a break from active competition and focus more on the passenger car business, although they continue supplying motorsport components and technical information up to the present day.

Interior & Exterior

In this category you'll find all the interior and exterior replacement body parts for your BMW or MINI vehicle including accessories like floor mats, interior lighting, car covers, trunk mats, and aerodynamic parts.

BMW and MINI vehicles have a reputation for expensive and difficult cars to service, repair, and maintain and that's because dealerships and repair shops charge a lot of money to do what amounts to basic, simple tasks. With the help of Bavarian Autosport, you can do it yourself and save thousands of dollars over the time you own your BMW or MINI. It's our mission to give you the resources like free technical help, 1000+ Q&A's, and more than 100 DIY videos on our blog, that will make nearly any repair or maintenance task easy and inexpensive to do yourself.

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