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Old 3rd September 2004, 04:37   #1
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today was one of those days when you're just completely in tune with the car. i was on my way home today in this tired/peaceful mood just enjoying the civility of the car, about to get off the highway, and just decided to let the beast breath. . For that brief moment, the radio faded away, all thoughts cleared the mind, and i became intranced by it. the steering spoke to me, soothing me, and motivating my confidence.And the engine, oohhh... the engine played it's music, enchanting me with its heavenly melody.I all I wanted at that moment was to be on a track somewhere in the middle of nowhere. The speed keeps increasing, and all you could do is listested to that melody and just glide through all turns, being trasported away. Incredible, a car that has the power to transport you to such state of mind. Like Tiff once said, a wolf in a sheep's clothing. Moements like these just remind you of why you bought the M5, the ultimate driving machine. There is no substitute!
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Great times, aren't they. I diced with a Porsche Carerra this morning on the way to work but there was just too much traffic to race mono e mono.
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