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BMW M experience at Nürburgring
Augusto Farfus, BMW's DTM driver taking it easy.
Legendary is an understatement
The winners of the Castrol Edge Nurburgring experience contest
Breathalyzer tests every morning before any driving activity.
Pick your suit for the day
Some of the cars you get to drive at the Castrol Experience
BMW instructors give you instructions before each exercise
The slalom course. The M3 is phenomenal here.
The emergency lane change manoeuvre
More lane change manoeuvres
... and that is how you go sideways.
Taxi rides at the Nurburgring GP circuit in a BMW M3 GT4
M550d with 381bhp and an M5 with 552bhp Need we say more?
... and that is how you go sideways. That's Augusto Farfus on the left and Dirk Werner on the right. Both are DTM drivers.
Pick a suit one size bigger, so you can hope to fit into it.
The legendary Nordschleiffe in a BMW M5.
The Carousel. Named after Rudolph Caracciola because he used to hook the inside wheels in the drain to get the max speed through this corner.
Can you think of a better wake up call?
Teaching people how to drift was easier said than done
When it's wet, the paint on the track gets slippery and can catch you out.
Augusto Farfus with the 2012 BMW DTM car.
Everyone seemed very happy at the Nurburgring.
'Watch out for this bit.. the Armco is really close and gives you no second chances.'
The Devil's Diner just outside the Nordscheiffe
The Pistenklause restaurant is to the Nurburgring what Ristorante Cavallino is to Maranello
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