Should You Buy A Subaru BRZ Or a BMW Z3 M-Coupe? -- AFTER/DRIVE

On this edition of #BRZorThat, does the BMW Z3 M-Coupe have the goods to take down the most hyped sports car in the history of sports cars? You tell us. http://www.tkqlhce.com/click-7896012-12369913-1444676865000 Vote for #BRZorThat cars here: http://slashdrive.tv/BRZorThat Resources: http://www.coupeaday.com/ http://forums.bimmerforums.com/ http://www.bmwblog.com/2011/05/12/10-best-bmw-for-20000/

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If The Shoe Fits, It Must Be A BMW M Coupe
“The times when I’m not bored is when I’m flying, when I’m flying my hang glider, when I’m racing the M Coupe—because all of a sudden the world moves up to my speed.” Airline pilot Alex McCulloch is a great judge of what it means to travel quickly and effortlessly through the air, and so his choice of a BMW M Coupe is telling. “Someone said, life is racing and everything else is just waiting,” McCulloch says, and after a short time with the M Coupe, he quickly realized he was going to have to bring the car to a track. “You cannot challenge yourself on public roads safely,” he says. The rare BMW fits in nicely with one of his other obscure pursuits: cross-country, long-distance hang gliding, a sport that allows him to “be in a movie.” Modified only in ways that allow him to put the car back to stock if needed, the car has been prepared for time trial events—where McCulloch is learning to be a faster driver. “I used to say it wanted to kill me, but now we’ve reached an agreement where it’s not quite as murderous,” he says. Drive Tastefully® http://Petrolicious.com http://facebook.com/Petrolicious





MotorWeek | Retro Review: '99 BMW M Coupe
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