Mike Skeen: BMW E36 M3 at Road Atlanta

Mike Skeen driving a BMW M3 (E36) at Road Atlanta during the Chin Motorsports event, August 29, 2009. The car has the usual Bimmerworld prepared class setup with minimal power upgrades (~230whp).

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