The one on the left appears to have the front air dam while the one on the right doesn't. That car came in both flavors and the year doesn't seem to matter. The left one with the deep air dam should have the wing as well.It's the one on the left that's the problem:
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The one on the right is listed as "3.0 CSL '71", but the one on the left appears as "BMW 3.0" followed by obscured text. Even pulling the 4K video down and going frame by frame I can't see why people are saying it's a BMW Motorsport racing model. The physical model in the thumbnail is identical (and the M3 1989 also looks like the same model, which is super odd).
I did just spot the "Color Variation" of the F1 W08 though, so that's a bonus.
I can't see it - and not only can't I see it, the left car looks different depending on where on the screen it is. Behind Kaz's neck it has a longer nose and a clear marking ahead of the driver's door:The one on the left appears to have the front air dam while the one on the right doesn't.
BMW Motorsport GmbH started in '72, the first racing CSL was also '72.Still going with the the BMW 3.0 CSL '71 is the racecar version theory, M IIRC didn't actually exist back then in '71 as we know it so the car would be known as just BMW instead of M 3.0 CSL '71. The other 3.0 CSL doesn't have BMW in its name so we can suppose that's a regular 1971 3.0 CSL without all the fancy bodykits they made for it later in the 70s. Just like how the other BMW roadcars are known by their direct names rather than BMW xxxxxx 'xx.
FROM RACETRACK TO ROAD.Following the weight disadvantage, Alpina developed a lightweight 3.0 CS for BMW for the road, the BMW 3.0 CSL, which at the same time was to serve as a homologation model for motorsport. The first lightweight version of the BMW six-cylinder coupé appeared in 1971 with the technology of the carburettor version of the BMW 3.0 CS coupé and the same output of 180 hp, but weighing 215 kg less and with much more dynamic drivability.
THE TURNING POINT IN MOTORSPORTThe turning point came with a change in the BMW board. Bob Lutz, a passionate motorsport enthusiast, took over sales in 1972. Lutz headhunted Ford’s head of motorsport Jochen Neerpasch and their leading racing engineer. He also pushed ahead with the return of BMW works teams to touring car sport. The intention of uniting all BMW’s motorsport engagement under one roof ultimately led to the founding of BMW Motorsport GmbH in the same year. Under Neerpasch, the second stage of the BMW 3.0 CSL was developed, now with 200 hp and six-cylinder injection engine. About a year later, the final version of the 3.0 CSL appeared, which was not only optically something very special.
Maybe the Esprit Sport 350 '00?The spoiler doesn't match, and why would Lotus be before Aston Martin? It seems to be classified by name right?
You are probably right 👍I'm afraid not, it looks like the '95 F1 GTR to me. The lighter splotch on the side definitely suggests a livery imo.