“I don’t believe in driving a beater” is what I said when i signed a contract to work as a Physician at a University Hospital located 65 miles away from our apartment in Brooklyn. So back then i bought a brand new 2011 Audi A3 quattro 5-door hatchback to celebrate my new job. I used the A3 for about 2 years and the…
Except for wimps. Let’s face it: it’s loud, it will rough up a passenger almost like a race car, so only the most hardcore BMW fans will love it. Oh well. It’s not for them anyway.
BMW 1M gets its first big screen appearance. "The Gambler" features Mark Wahlberg who plays a literature college professor. And a high-stakes gambler.
I harp on BMW a lot. Too much, in fact. The automaker still builds machines that provide a truly engaging driving experience. The problem is though, that the lineup has less and less of that. Still, cars like the new M3 and M4 prove that BMW can still create ultimate driving machines.
What is it about putting a big V8 into a tiny car that makes a grown man giddy like a school girl? It's the unexpected noise. The thrill. Whatever it is, the awesomesaucity of this BMW 135i with an M3 V8 is off the chain.
I'm not always kind to the newest batch of more pudgy, rolly, complicated cars to come out of Munich in the past few years, but they still know how to make a great small car.
This is the Dutch Supercar Challenge, a gentleman's race series that puts all different kinds of GT cars on the same grid. We get to see a BMW 1er hunt down a 996 GT3 Cup car and all the close racing that follows.
According to his YouTube channel, this 1M owner started karting when he was nine years old and now races BMWs. Still, there's always time for some drifting on the deserted streets of the Low Countries.
Strip malls are not the most haute of shopping experiences, but they can be great places to start a new business. This BMW 1M driver in South Africa shows how well it's working for his new donut-making operation.
Because local building codes require helipads on skyscrapers, L.A.'s U.S. Bank Tower features the tallest building-based helipad. Not exactly the place you'd expect to find the BMW 1M drifting to the edge. Here's video of the 1M doing it, but here's why we don't think it's quite real.