Originally Posted by sfbimmer13
that's why it would be perfect for you to attend the BMWCCA event at Infineon - great instructors and very very safe
...don't be afraid of the walls young Paduan
just respect them and drive at about 7/10th or 8/10th of your abilities - the force will be with you
I can definetly recommend the Pagid RS19, Motul RBF 600 or ATE Superblue (actually just had a brake flush done with the ATE) and a set of sticky rubber
How about Laguna Seca in November - there is a Speedventures and Trackmaster event on the 24th I believe...I am considering signing up...
I was wondering what the dealer would think about tracking the car and coming in for early brake replacement and fluid change. They can't like that right?