• BMW M2 CS Racing Cup Benelux

€25,000 extra in the prize pool of the BMW M2 CS Racing Cup Benelux, test day & driver announcements

Partnership Snap-On Tools Benelux


We are proud to announce the partnership with Snap-On Tools. The manufacturer of exclusive tools has chosen to work with the BMW M2 CS Racing Cup Benelux because both products are a perfect match.

Mark Kwekkeboom, General Manager of Snap-On Tools Benelux

explain the deal:

“The concept of the BMW M2 CS Racing Cup Benelux really appeals to us. Just like BMW's racing cars, our tools are the cream of the crop. Moreover, the professional organization convinced us with their long-term vision and approach towards drivers, teams and VIP opportunities.

We put € 25,000 material in the prize pool of the cup. So our sponsorship goes entirely to the pilots and not to the organization, which in itself says a lot about the way Guino and Hans approach things. Their enthusiasm and drive is very contagious so that the partnership was quickly concluded. We have also created a very exclusive, personalized toolbox that we offer to the teams and drivers of the BMW M2 CS Racing Cup Benelux. ”


Test day in Zolder

On Thursday, April 8, the BMW M2 CS Racing Cup Benelux is organizing a test day at Circuit Zolder. The test day is open to all BMW M2 CS Racing's and not only to the participants in the cup. This offers all owners the opportunity to become acquainted with the organization and the way of working.

There are 5 sessions of 40 minutes, there is no dB limitation on the test day. Just like during our competitions, the Porsche Sprint Trophy Benelux us on this test day. This will give a first indication of the value ratios between the BMW M2s and the Caymans GT4s ...


Driver announcements

In recent weeks we have already announced some riders through our (social) media channels. Yesterday March 19, during the test day at Circuit Zolder, we were able to interview our drivers, Jourdan Serderidis and Dimitri Duszynski.

We would like to respect the wishes of teams and drivers who would like to make their own announcement first. So we don't speak out of turn. But at least it promises to be a beautiful field.

We are not in the habit of calling out numbers without being 100% sure. 34 cars were sold in the Benelux, of which 16 in the Netherlands and 18 in Belgium. It is known that some of these cars will not (yet) be on the starting grid at the first race. Nevertheless, a joint grid of 25 cars during our first race at Ciruit Zolder is the minimum goal for the organization.