Cor Euser in BMW Clubsport (E90 325i) by JJ Motorsport!

Together with Jim Briody (USA), Johan Lambregs (BEL), Kenny Herremanns (BEL) and Florian Boehnisch (GER), they secured a fine P4 in a field of 11 cars in class.

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From Disaster to Success in Palanga!

When the Marcos was crashed badly in Free Practice, things looked pretty grim for drivers Cor Euser, Jim Briody and Stasys Brundza, but the team had an ace up their sleeve! Tucked away in the race trailer was the old BMW E36 318ti – let’s race with that! With the help of a flexible organiser and a slight adjustment of the roll-cage, the #70 was moved from the wrecked Marcos to the Compact. Still racing in the X1 class with the likes of an Aquila CR1, the odds were not high, but as always – we’re in it to win it!

Steady does it; outpaced by all but two other cars in the entire 40 car field, the little Compact made its laps, again and again, while many other cars needed extra pitstops for repairs or simply eliminated themselves, the Compact kept going. In fact, so well that in the end we came P2 in class only beaten by the Aquila who also came P2 overall!

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Good old trustworthy BMW 120D did not want to do 24H Oschersleben!

Cor Euser (NLD), Hal Prewitt (USA), Jim Briody (USA), Dirk Schultz (DEU) and David Hannewijk (NLD) spent most of the first 5 hours of the race hoping that the team would be able to replace the engine that gave up in lap 2. Of course the team succeeded, they never give up, and the drivers could set off to try and avoid the very last place in the field. In the end it held to 6th place (of 9) in the Sport class (28th of 36 overall).

Read the full race report in the press release published by Hal Prewitt.

Heroic effort in 24H Zolder by two-man team Euser and Prewitt!


Team owner and racing legend Cor Euser with racing ace Hal Prewitt drove 3-hour stints as the only two-driver team and completed the race in a fine 5th place (of 8) in the very tough T3 class (32nd of 61 overall).

Read the full race report in the press release published by Hal Prewitt.

From 38th on the grid to 15th overall and P2 in class!

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For the number lovers: funny statistics from this year ENEOS 1000 km race1000km Palanga BMW

Number of teams: 44

Number of drivers: 149

Number of countries, presented: 13 (Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Poland, Sweden, Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, Byelorussia, Russia, Australia, USA and UK)

Youngest driver: Ignas Brusokas (“” team, “Honda Integra”) – 18 years

Oldest driver: Dirk Shultz (“Cor Euser Racing” team, BMW 120D) – 74 years, oldest in “ENEOS 1000 km” race history

Most popular manufacturer: BMW – 20 cars

Most successful manufacturer in the history: Porsche – 9 victories

Most successful driver in the history: Jonas Gelzinis – 5 victories

Best lap: (1 min 11,490 sek.) made by Jeroen Bleekemolen (“General Financing-Autopaslauga by Pitlane” team, “Porsche 991 GT3 Cup“) on 3rd lap of the race.

Cumulative distance, covered by all teams: 27716 km

Fuel burned during the race weekend: 15733 liters (1994 liters of diesel, the rest is petrol)

Cor Euser Racing takes 3rd overall and 2nd in class!

16647388654_f131d32218_oHere is how Hal Prewitt summarized the event:

Raced at the Silverstone Circuit in the 24 hours of Silverstone and drove the Lotus Evora GT4 for Marcos Racing International. Other drivers were Sam Alpass, Dirk Schulz, Alistair MacKinnon and Jim Briody. The No. 37 Drink Florida Orange Juice finished 3rd overall and 2nd in class. In 2011, our team was on the podium with the same result. This time we finished 5 laps from 2nd and 10 from 1st overall. Car ran trouble free. I drove about +5 hours in 3 stints and finished the race. Event was a mix of wet and dry conditions. Rain started Sat just after dark and the track did not dry out until Sunday morning near 8 am. This year our lap times were about 2 seconds lower (reduced power to save fuel) or about mid pack with 17 cars able to turn faster laps. Qualified with a 2:18.549 and started 16th overall. 14 cars finished out of 28 starts. We completed 519 laps with most about 2:24 and the quickest at 2:18.581 by Sam. Photo can be found at Gary Harman’s website. Special thanks go to the crew and sponsors.

Britcar Dunlop 24HR at Silverstone 24 – 26th April 2015

Cor Euser Racing’s driver line-up for this epic event has been confirmed:TFA-24hr-Dunlop-nodate-blac

  • Hal Prewitt (USA)
  • Jim Briody (USA)
  • Sam Allpass (GBR)
  • Alistair MacKinnon (GBR)
  • Dirk Schulz (NLD)

With the highly competitive Lotus Evora GT4 and these very experienced endurance racers, the Cor Euser Racing entry is a strong podium candidate in this year’s race.


The 2015 season is already at full throttle.

It is Cor Euser’s 35th anniversary as professional race car driver, but there is no slowing down!!!



The currently planned highlights of the season include:

European GT4 Championship
24H Series
Britcar 24H Silverstone

Following the successful formula from former years of teaming up with experienced endurance racers, every race entry has but one objective, to win!

Do you want to win with us?

There are still seats available for some races – contact us for conditions and details.


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