I don't see why people are against getting this covered under warranty. This car should not have a problem with warped rotors (if that is the case), especially when much cheaper cars that don't claim to be a performance brand can handle it.
If I went to the track and beat the snot out of it then I wouldn't expect warranty to take care of it. But when I wasn't pushing the brakes to their limits and something like this happens, I would expect warranty to take care of it.
What's the point in promoting the M3 as a good track car if it can't handle it in stock form? I assume there must have been some defect or something with my rotors (again, if that is in fact the issue and not pad deposits).