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      06-08-2015, 12:46 AM   #5
John_01
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Drives: E90 325i, E82 135i
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Two suggestions:
1) See if there is BMW driver training courses offered in your area. Its may seem expensive, but at least you get to use BMW's cars instead of your own!

2) Join your local BMW car club. If its like BMW car clubs in my country, they would would cater to enthusiasts like yourself and help you get on the track with appropriate supervision. The cars and drivers are typically graded by experience and performance level, so there no need to go faster than you want to. Of course its possible you could still wreck you car, though it generally shouldn't happen if people are sensible and prepare your car adequately. You should go to attend some events first and see if you are comfortable with the risks.