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Not a track day as such but anyone ever had a go at this? Useful?
 

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My dad used to instruct it when I was a kid, I got to powerslide his M3 on it. I think its useful. Teaches you to be smooth, how to collect it when it goes wrong and its just great fun.
This was on watered and oiled tarmac, not these modern strange looking wheeled contraptions.
 

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Bit more fun than the mini and GT86 they've got I bet!
Looks like they've got tarmac still, that other thing looks weird.
 

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There's a low grip course at Oulton, I'd love to take the '5 there but the say experience is necessary.

Not sure I'd class myself as experienced at low grip driving, but I reckon I'd manage....
 

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Want to get some track days done as well and figure it might be useful if I do push it a bit too far... Deffo not in the experienced class!
 

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Booked on this in a couple of weeks and decided to do it in my own car as not fussed about having a go in the RWD.
Looks like a good laugh and hopefully look something out of it as well...
 
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