BMW M AFTER WORK TRAINING.
A quick round of sport after work? Thanks to our BMW M After Work Training, this takes on an entirely new meaning. Of course, sport is always a load of fun – but it simply can’t be more fun than to brake sporty in the curve and getting an extra shot of adrenaline after a long day at work. Our experienced instructors teach you how to handle an agile vehicle like the BMW M2 Competition or the BMW M4 Competition at the limit. The session includes training content such as braking in the curve, a slalom course against the clock and driving the ideal line in guided pace car laps as well as leading these laps yourself.
- Theoretical driving dynamics
- Practical driving exercises
- Pace car laps
- Slalom course against the clock
- A small souvenir
DURATION / NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:
½ day / max. 10 participants per group (2 participants per car)
BMW M After Work Training takes place with either the BMW M2 Competition or the BMW M4 Competition.
When reserving your place under Dates & Booking, please select your preferred car (BMW M2 Competition or BMW M4 Competition) to see the available dates.
Training vehicle: the BMW M2 Competition or the BMW M4 Competition
M – the letter that has always been synonymous with genuine sports cars. The BMW M2 Competition and BMW M4 Competition are part of the large fleet of vehicles available to the BMW Driving Experience for their training courses. They are used on all of the training courses at the BMW M Experience and the drift training courses in Maisach and Pitztal.
BMW M2 Competition:
Fuel consumption in l/100 km (combined): 10.0–9.8 [9.2–9.0]
CO2 emissions in g/km (combined): 227–224 [209–206]
BMW M4 Competition:
Fuel consumption in l/100 km (combined): 10.0-9.9 [9.3]
CO2 emissions in g/km (combined): 227-225 [213-211]
The figures in brackets refer to the vehicle with seven-speed M double-clutch transmission with Drivelogic. Consumption data is determined in accordance to the ECE driving cycle and depend on the wheel and tire sizes selected. The models illustrated include optional equipment.
Training venue: the BMW and MINI Driving Academy.
A former airport near Maisach, about 30 kilometres west of Munich, has been home to the Driving Academy since September 2012. The location, where military and subsequently civil aircraft took off in the past, is now home to one of the largest road-safety training sites in Southern Germany – the ultimate in driver training for passionate petrol heads over a total area of 130 hectares. This is where both experienced drivers and novices learn how it feels to have total control of a car in extreme and dangerous situations.
This awaits you.