Touristfahren July 2015: Camo BMW, Ferrari 458 Speciale and more

TrackandTuner.com returns to their favorite track, the Nurburgring Nordschleife. The holy grail for motorsport enthusiasts and our number one place to be. Especially in the summer it is very busy during the famous touristfahren days. These busy public driving days are good fun to check out all the amazing cars. Unfortunately many closures during these days make it difficult to drive some clean laps around the Nordschleife. But just spending your day around the main entrance and the track viewing points show such an amazing diversity of cars that’s it well worth it.

This time we encountered so many great tuned BMW M3 cars, it was insane. With our friends of team Schirmer again flying by in their awesome prepared BMW’s. But we also saw famous race car driver Kiki Sak Nana is his highly modded BMW M3 saloon, fitted with an Akrapovic exhaust, Recaro seats and many more. We were also surprised by two lots of Middle East Ferrari’s traveling to the Nordschleife to test their cars. Finally we saw the DM performance stroker and a camouflage BMW M3 e92. Such an awesome variety of BMW M3 cars. Is the BMW M3 the ideal car for the Nordschleife? Or do you still prefer the Porsche GT3?

The second day it was no exception the parking lot was again filled with BMW’s and Porsches. The new Cayman GT4 and new Porsche 911 GT3 were present to lap the Nordschleife. We were also joined by two loud and lovely BMW M5 e60’s. As it seems orange is the new black these cars stand out from the crowd. Enjoy the supercar madness and don’t forget to check out the video at the end.

Listen to this insane BMW M5 e60 5.8 dinan stroker fitted with a valve exhaust system, capable of 630HP and new evolve eventuri cabon fiber intakes. The marshalls around the Nordschleife don't like it when you rev your engine on the parking lot. The reaction of this marshall was therefore, turn it off its way too loud, pretty funny though. Subscribe for more on www.youtube.com/tomedelic1

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