From digest.v6.n589 Sun Apr 27 13:55:12 1997
From: Randy Hubbard <raceware_at_wwnet.com>
Date: Sat, 26 Apr 1997 22:51:57 -0400
Subject: Re: Nurburgring
Hey Tim, you're in luck!
On our website you can find complete track contact info. and even a
track map for the 'Ring so you can familiarize yourself with the
approximately 14 MILE long laps... :>)))
By all means, take a lap at the 'Ring with your M3, but do so at a very
reduced speed as it's a lifelong challenge to actually learn all the
blind apexes of the circuit. I've collected some historical laps at the
Nurburgring, and I can tell you, it's something you'll remember all your
Take_at_look at: http://www.wwnet.com/~raceware for info., hotels,
BTW, Nurburgring is located northwest of Frankfurt, so it's a pretty
good drive from Munich. Route 258 that leads to the track is a wonderful
stretch of scenic road that will allow you to *experience* your new M3
like never before!
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On the 'Bahn,
Randy, a.k.a. BoltMeister
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> From: "Timothy A. Roach" <timr_at_sum.com>
> Date: Thu, 24 Apr 1997 23:47:02 -0700
> Subject: Nurburgring's location?
> My wife and I are picking up our '97 M3 in Munich on May 9th. I
> would love to take a lap at the Nurburgring in the car, just for the
> historical value. Not a fast lap mind you, just a slow leisurely
> lap, sort of a christening:) Then perhaps a hot lap in the M3
> LTW taxi to experience the track as it should be experienced.
> Now to the point of this message, I have been unable to locate the
> actual location of the Nurburgring. Where is it? How far away from
> Munich is it?
> - -Tim
> | Timothy A. Roach 408/457-2262 |
> | Alden/Roach Consulting http://www.sum.com |
> | Santa Cruz, California "An addend of the SUM Group" |
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