Nurburgring Devil BMW M3 Racecar Can Cut a Croissant with Its Carbon Aero Blades

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As some of you have noticed, the Nurburgring's ever-growing aura has some interesting side effects and we're here to talk about what happens when people spent too much time on social media, asking Nordschleife-related questions.
The story has to do with a lap-tastic E92 BMW M3 Coupe. The car has recently been completed and, prior to kicking off its Green Hell career, it's been featured in a social media adventure hosted by Nurburgring settler Boosted Boris.

Now, we're not sure whether Boris' fans got a bit overexcited about having the change to pull a Q&A session involving this car or the man went for a... custom selection process, but the resulting questions were not the kind you'd call informative.

Well, at least not most of them, since the croissant-slicing assets of the carbon fiber aero blades installed on the front apron is quite a piece of info, hence the title above.

Speaking of which, those of you wondering about the custom work involving the engine compartment should know the M3 has kept its natural aspiration. However, thanks to a few mods, the V8 now delivers 500 horses.

Oh, and let's not forget the soundtrack. There's nothing like the stripped interior when you want a true sound resonator, as opposed to the speaker system BMW, along with many other carmakers, uses nowadays.

And you'll get to fully experience the aural might of this Bimmer (at least as much as you speakers allow you to), since the almost-15-minute clip below involves a Bridge to Gantry episode.

P.S.: As for the motorcyclists mentioned in the clip, the encounters between cars and bikes are usually solved with ease, all thanks to the invention of the rear-view mirror. However, this isn't always the case, so we've added a second clip at the bottom of the page, once that shows what happens when mirrors are ignored during a Ring hot lap (you can skip to the 6:00 point for the action).

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