About tschultz

Drive 4 Corners Event Coordinator. Involved in all facets of the Drive 4 Corners Event. I am an avid BMW enthusiast and enjoy driving my E28 and E24. I am enjoy meeting new people who are an enthusiastic about BMW's as I am. info@drive4corners.com

Forgotten Beginnings – 530 MLE


Synonymous with BMW is the infamous blue, purple, and red tricolor stripe of BMW M GmbH. Not only did these colors first appear in the 70’s, back when the same division of BMW AG was known as BMW Motorsport GmbH, but they represent more than just a pleasing array of colors. The blue represents BMW … Continue reading

Lower it ///More – Z4 M Coupe


As the modern automobile gets bigger, bulkier, heavier, and taller, some automobiles are going in the opposite direction. A perfect example is this slammed Z4 M coupe owned by a woman named Kristen. As many new automobiles are trending more and more towards a car that resembles a bloated 60’s thunderbird,  there is something to be said … Continue reading

BMW GTP – 1986 MARCH 86G


BMW’s racing history has a storied past, from Formula 1 to  Le Mans Prototype and even  Group B Rally. What is not as well known is BMW’s participation in the IMSA GT Championship of the 1980’s. Some of the most prominent BMW drivers piloted the March 86G chassis including David Hobbs, Mario Andretti, and Davy Jones. … Continue reading

Freude Am Fahren


Ever since I was a young kid, I was surrounded by something that I didn’t even think about. My rides to intramurals in elementary school, being watched by my dad at his shop for the afternoon, riding in the back seat to church, or  trips to the public library– it all happened in the back seat of … Continue reading

Paul Walker Tribute


After hearing the news about the recent death of “Fast and Furious” star Paul Walker, I stumbled upon a brief article mentioning how much of a down-to-earth, genuine car guy he actually was. Not only did he really enjoy driving cars, but also performing basic maintenance, talking automotive things, just like any other gearhead. It is unfortunate … Continue reading