Originally Posted by Jaypod
Sure but buying a dedicated track car and only putting 1000 miles on it in a year sure is going to far exceed the cost of the crappy MPG of the M3. Not everyone has the room for a dedicated track car. Like you said its personal preference.
Agreed. It is not only the mpg though, M3 is quite heavy, so need to include tire & pad/rotor expense as well. My goal is to have a DD and a track car where the total value is about an M3. And with this plan, I can put more than 1000 miles to my track car.
During the time I owned my M3, I tracked it, and it has truly phenomenal performance for what it is.
2011 MINI Cooper S
previous cars: E92 M3, Z4MC, Z4 Roadster, E36 328 Sedan