Check out this set of gorgeous photos from our BMW F80 M3 / F82 M4 European Delivery group trip, courtesy of SF848!
Porsche 911 Lemon (Nine-a-Lemon) guy, Nick Murray, has gone for the F82 M4 coupe now. He shares his pick up and first impressions with us.
Watch a member pilot his E92 M3 GTS vs. 911 GT3 RS and F10 M5 on the Nurburgring.
Whenever BMW releases a new chassis and a new M car in particular, we watch for new information with anticipatory glee. All of us at IND have been working to gather info on the F8x M3/M4 daily, and today are happy to inform the BIMMERPOST community of that one of the biggest influxes of information in a chassis history is up and available for public viewing: all original BMW F8x M3/M4 parts diagrams are now live on RealOEM.com.
We’ll take this opportunity to review some … CONTINUED
We’ve seen the next (G30) generation 5 Series touring out on the public roads before, but the prototype has now ratcheted up its testing by taking to the Nurburgring.
At this early stage of testing with heavy camouflage, it’s hard to discern much of the exterior and interior design. But, the front grilles are now semi-visible and the hood cutline appears to have shifted to meet the kidney grilles, just as on the next generation G11 7 Series.
Like the G11 7 Series, the next 5 … CONTINUED
The BMW i8 is put to the test against the venerable 911 in this track test review by Auto Bild.
The test takes place at the Oschersleben track. Auto Bild regularly tests on the 3.7 km long circuit.
Gallery from the 2014 MPact Festival at the Pocono Raceway.
An M4 owner who just recently took delivery of his BMW M4 via European Delivery gives us his impressions and tips for visiting Italy, a less oft-traveled destination during European Delivery.
Sport Auto compares the F80 M3 vs. E30 M3 DTM around the Hockenheim Short Track.
Lap time results from this test:
F80 M3: 1.13,1 min
E30 M3 DTM: 1.09,1 min
Catch the video inside.
Recently, I had the wonderful pleasure of attending a lovely little classic car show here in Bamberg, Germany.
The show was held on the factory grounds of Weyermann, a beer malt maker. Actually in typical German fashion their full name is: Malzfabrik Mich. Weyermann GmbH & Co. KG.
Weyermann makes the malts that beer breweries used to make various flavored beers. They make one of the main ingredients for making beer. And they are at the top of their game. Sold in over 130 countries, their … CONTINUED