Six Malaysia Book Of Records Titles Awarded To Members Of Local BMW M Community

Another way of celebrating BMW M's 50th anniversary year

2022 being the 50th anniversary year of BMW M, celebrations have been held in various ways. In Malaysia, there has been a huge convoy of BMW M models travelling through the city and BMW Malaysia also launched 5 new models as well as searched for the oldest M model in the country.

More recently, six owners established new listings in the Malaysia Book of Records (MBOR) during the M4NTAP Track Day at the Sepang International Circuit. The event, organised by local car club M4NTAP, had 50 BMW vehicles, largely consisting of BMW M models, with 700 members of the public present to observe the activities.

The six MBOR award titles presented at the M4NTAP Track Day were for
Fastest 1M/M2 awarded to Jay Choong and his F87 M2 for clocking 2:22.154s
Fastest Naturally Aspirated M3 awarded to Adi Fansuri and his E92 M3 for clocking 2:26.743s,
Fastest Naturally Aspirated M5/M6 awarded to Aaron Kow and his E60 M5 for clocking 2:33.007s
Fastest M5/M6/M8 awarded to Mohamad Heikel and his F90 M5 for clocking 2:37.674s
Fastest Non-M awarded to Adil Adnan and his F30 330i for clocking 2:31.674s.
Fastest Turbocharged M3/M4 awarded to Hisham Jaffar and his F82 M4 for clocking 2:20.549s – which also makes it the fastest ever BMW around the Sepang Circuit

“We are constantly in awe by the many remarkable feats that our local community of BMW owners and enthusiasts attempt – in the name of love for the brand, especially for BMW M. This is a community that we proudly cherish, support, and continue to serve with excitement, with every new vehicle or programme we introduce. Being awarded an MBOR is no easy feat, and for the six of them to manage a clean sweep of all the award titles truly exemplifies the spirit of The Most Powerful Letter in the World!” said a delighted Hans de Visser, Managing Director of BMW Group Malaysia.