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Beema10 09-07-2004 02:50 PM

Circle Track
 
Looking for a circle track in mass or surrounding states. I use a cobra at the dragway but looking for a circle or course for the beema :hmm:

JCz04Bimmer 09-07-2004 09:36 PM

Pass on the circle and go to Lime Rock and do the circuit. BMWs are meant for the twisties and not really for just trolling around in a circle. Top speed governer will kick in and we don't have that impressive of a top speed. Also, going at such high speeds for a prolonged period of time like on a circle will really tax the car's systems. Oil will go bad reeeeeeal quick.

But yeah, go to Lime Rock. I hear its amazing.

Commander FAT 09-08-2004 11:09 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Beema10
Looking for a circle track in mass or surrounding states. I use a cobra at the dragway but looking for a circle or course for the beema :hmm:

You from Arkansas or something? :lmao:

Exacc 09-08-2004 02:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Beema10
Looking for a circle track in mass or surrounding states. I use a cobra at the dragway but looking for a circle or course for the beema :hmm:

NHIS?

New Hampshire International Speedway? Not sure if that is what you are looking for...

GordonMurray 09-16-2004 10:37 AM

Circle track = waste of time and money.

teamdfl 09-16-2004 10:43 AM

If you want to drive on a real road course, sign yourself up with the BMW Car Club of America. Most local chapters have driving schools at tracks.
http://www.bmwcca.org




Nearest road courses are:
Lime Rock Park
http://www.limerock.com

NHIS has a road couse grafted onto their roundy-round circuit
http://www.nhis.com/


Ed


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