Originally Posted by Gearhead999s
This complete post by the OP is a complete joke as the fix is quite simple and readily available.It called track pads
We know that once equipped and with proper fluid the brakes are quite good on track.You cannot expect a high powered sedan that has meet all the DOT brake standard requirements and still work properly when used hard at the track.Even Porsches need the pad change to work well on track as I discovered with my 99 996 coupe.Please get in touch with the real world when you are out beating on your car.
+1...The OP says he followed a 335 for a while. The 335 has less capable brakes than the M3, yet, no reported problems for the 335. That leads me to assume some poor braking technique may be to blame.
Many folks on this forum have had on the track success with just a pad and fluid change. The brakes work fine on the track for a large majority of this forums track driver's.
I think the OP is just looking for an excuse to buy a P car.