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Old 04-26-2008, 11:04 PM   #16
uber e36
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I did it before- long time ago...but it made me into a completely different driver. Reading techniques from a book, or learning on a computer game is very different from the real thing. The most important things I took from the course is proper driving position and how to handle understeer- things I didn't know the importance of at the time, and things that vastly changed my driving style from that day forward.
I totally changed my driving position after taking the BMW course. While most people think I sit too close, it is a way more effective way of driving!
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