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      04-21-2009, 05:41 PM   #6
Dascamel
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Originally Posted by dizman7 View Post
This is kind of a noob question.

The regional BMW CCA is hosting a driving school in a few months and I'd like to take my new E92 M3 to it.

This is my first BMW (had it now for 2.5 months and put 3000 miles on her), my first driving school of any sort, first time on a track of any sort and it's also my first leased car.

So I'm not sure how that works or if or how much it my be looked down upon with a lease.

I'll clearly be in the novice/noob group and won't be pushing the car to any sort of extreme at all, but I really want to learn how to drive the car better now that I have it and have some fun in the process. (with great power comes great responsibility)

So in short was wondering if taking the car to the track would be back for the lease, aside from mileage (I can't imagine with me being novice that I'd put any more wear and tear on it than I do during my normal driving as I'll be babying it I'm sure).
Go for it, one day of a driving school isn't going to ruin the car. BMW CCA events are great, you'll learn so much about your car.... Now track insurance is another question, do a search for some good threads about it.
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