First, everyone is at the track to have fun and to learn! That is how those 18 years old become a better driver. What are you talking about "ricer". When you and your two friends with MMMMMMMM33333s hit the track, those "ricers" will be kicking your ass. Just because your car cost more doesn't mean a thing at the track. So if you go this weekend, prepare to move over if your pace is too slow. How much you pay for your car doesn't matter at the track, only your pace.
You got a fast motor but you got a lot of weight. Your car is like a bull, powerfull but not nimble and not precise. That is the reason why I sold my '03 M3. They are S**T, yet the owners think they are sooo cool because they got an M3. Please.