Originally Posted by Canadian ///M
Thanks guys! I'm not new to driving on the track and what is required for the car, just new to the M3.
If that's the case, this car pretty much rocks out of the box. For 1-2 track days a year, would just worry about brake pads and fluids, but that's only if you plan on pushing it a bit. A bit more days and could use some camber up front and maybe some stickier tire. I do about 20+ days a season and leave on my 19's with AD08's, so dedicated track tires aren't that important, as tire tech has really improved. Just go out and drive, you'll figure out what you want/need