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Old 12th May 2006, 09:02   #1
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Awesome M5 driving techniques videos

http://standardshift.com/videos.html

Awesome series of videos demonstrating how to properly drive an M5.

Enjoy!
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Old 12th May 2006, 09:31   #2
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http://standardshift.com/videos.html

Awesome series of videos demonstrating how to properly drive an M5.

Enjoy!
Pretty cool. Have seen these before. There used to be a '0 - 120 mph' video by the same guy in the same series, done up a hill so that you could hear the engine better. Looks like he's wisely taken that video down now ....
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http://www.e39m5.com/VideoDrivingTech.html

It is there is you want to download harddcopies to your HD.
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Yet another newbie finding the classic E39 stuff.. aren't Greg's videos a sticky on this board anymore?
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