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2004-2007 Cadillac CTS-V General Discussion Discussion, BMW drivers...pffffft!! in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2004 - 2007; Lmfao I wold think with all the money Justin Beiber has he would at least take some driving lessons first....
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    Lmfao I wold think with all the money Justin Beiber has he would at least take some driving lessons first.

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    Re: BMW drivers...pffffft!!

    Quote Originally Posted by TheLostDriver View Post
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    Re: BMW drivers...pffffft!!

    Quote Originally Posted by crankedupforit View Post
    A tidbit from another forum I often visit.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MZVrnd9V7sk
    http://www.rightthisminute.com/video/great-day-drive-or-great-day-crash

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    9-year-old Matt Warnert worked all through high school to earn enough money to buy his sweet ride, a 2003 BMW M3. He was out for a morning drive through the mountains and took a turn a bit too late! Guess what happens next! CRUNCH
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    Re: BMW drivers...pffffft!!

    Haha

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    Re: BMW drivers...pffffft!!

    Sounded like he reported the car was totaled. No surprise.

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    Re: BMW drivers...pffffft!!

    why do people need to cross the double yellow? If your crossing the double yellows then your going too fast. Time to find a trackday

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    Re: BMW drivers...pffffft!!

    Quote Originally Posted by catch2otwo View Post
    why do people need to cross the double yellow? If your crossing the double yellows then your going too fast. Time to find a trackday
    You can have plenty of fun keeping it in the right lane!

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    Re: BMW drivers...pffffft!!

    Quote Originally Posted by WarrenMRogers View Post
    You can have plenty of fun keeping it in the right lane!
    Much unlike THIS Bimmer driver.
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    Crossing the double yellow is fine if you can see far enough ahead...

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    Re: BMW drivers...pffffft!!

    That was one helluva camera mount. There was almost no movement relative to the car.

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    Re: BMW drivers...pffffft!!

    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyH View Post
    That was one helluva camera mount. There was almost no movement relative to the car.
    I noticed that.

    At least something had a good outcome.
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    Re: BMW drivers...pffffft!!

    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyH View Post
    That was one helluva camera mount. There was almost no movement relative to the car.
    GoPro for the win! I wrecked hard enough skiing that my helmet came off... the GoPro stayed on the helmet and didn't flinch a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RyRidesMotoX

    GoPro for the win! I wrecked hard enough skiing that my helmet came off... the GoPro stayed on the helmet and didn't flinch a bit.
    Gopros are great unless you ride anywheres with trees !!!! Hahaha have a branch catch that and it'll whip you right back.

    If you haven't seen them yet, look up "liquid image goggles"

    I just bought their 1080p summit series ski goggles.

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    Re: BMW drivers...pffffft!!

    his driving position was absurd. he had absolutely no clue what he was doing, zero control... i really hope this kid learned his expensive mistake.

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    Re: BMW drivers...pffffft!!

    I'll have to check them out.

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