BMW Ring-Taxi. Welcome to the "Green Hell".

The Nürburgring's Nordschleife is widely regarded as the most spectacular, most challenging and longest race track in the world. Those who want to experience the "Green Hell" can do so by lapping the circuit in the passenger seat of the BMW Ring-Taxi, the powerful BMW M5.

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