Originally Posted by pkim1079
But you gotta take the bmw out. No wear and tear and for tires get a track set and maybe a break pad set. All you need.
Its good to know what the capabilities or ones own car is. For shits and giggles and just in case shit happens.
If you dont want to dirty the car cover the while front in painters tape lol.
Mines a lease so drive the shit out of it and then get into a new car. Repeat cycle. Lol.
Mine's also a lease and they would cut off my gonads if I took it round Donington
Honestly. Sooooo against the lease agreement
the best way to learn how you car handles at the limit is simply to take is on a skidpad or round some roundabouts on a wet day
How it handles on the limit on a 100mph left-hander is irrelevant to a road car whereas how it handles coming out of a tight hairpin in 2nd gear is what it's all about and you can find that out on the road easily and safely enough
Don't get me wrong, I love driving on a track but I'd rather borrow someone else's Ferrari and do it than risk my own car which is my lifeline to income. I have a 110 mile commute to my most-visited client and even today I visited one of the closer ones and that's a 70 mile round trip.