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Video: Hot lap with Bill Auberlen and M6 Coupe at Laguna Seca

Videos | August 25th, 2012 by 6
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BMW RLL racing driver Bill Auberlen joined us at the press launch of the new BMW M6 Coupe. The host of the event was Laguna …

BMW RLL racing driver Bill Auberlen joined us at the press launch of the new BMW M6 Coupe. The host of the event was Laguna Seca, a track that is familiar to many racing drivers and which gave Bill the opportunity to show us that the M6 Coupe is made of.

We joined Bill for a few laps around the track and its famous corkscrew and we learned, somewhat, what it means to be a racing driver and push a car to its limits. If you ever thought you’re fast through Laguna corners, think again, or even better, jump in for a ride with an ALMS driver and you will get the ride of your life.

With Bill behind the wheel, the famous corckscrew is incredible fun and fast and makes you wonder where you will end up after flying through the two tight corners. Took us about 30 seconds to settle in and be comfortable with the ALMS-type of driving, but after that you wish the hot laps would never end.

Video: Hot lap with Bill Auberlen and M6 Coupe at Laguna Seca

Let’s have a look and also here is our road test drive of the M6 Coupe.

[Video: DrivesTV.com]

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  • Auto Fan

    And you call ths turtle fast? Jesus, drive a 4-year-old Porsche Boxster and get disappointed with your “The best M-car”, idiots.

    • fredyschiftan@aol.com

      Hey auto fan GET LOST you are not welcome in our blog !!!! go to your VW Porsche. Pls dont answer back.

    • NCJunglist

      Porsche Boxster – really? Get the hell out of here with that – you obviously have no idea what you are talking about – MF said Boxster.

  • Giom

    That is scary fast for a 2 ton car! He seemed to have missed the apex on the last corner – probably braked too late, but it is impressive how late he is able to lay the ancors down. From what I can deduce, it looks like he was driving the car on its limits. Impressive stuff!

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