Go have fun! Your brake pads will suffer before the stock brake fluid. Stock tires, whether Conti or Pilots, will have you thirst for more grip once familiar with the M3. Enjoy!
Originally Posted by Canadian ///M
I took delivery of my M3 middle of September and am doing my first track day later this month at Spring Mountain Motorsport Ranch. I'm coming from a heavily modified Infiniti G35 that would require a lot of support, in the form of tools, oil, etc, that I would need to bring to the track.
Basically I'm just wondering if my completely bone stock M3 needs anything for a track day? How good is the stock brake fluid? Worth it changing it out to ATE super blue or just keep it for now?
I'm not yet ready for tires, etc. As far as I know the M3 in its stock form should be GTG for 1-2 track days a year? Thoughts?