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When M cars come together

BMW's souped-up motors are all great to drive _ except for the one oddball

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It isn't often that BMW gathers its M cars together for the media in this region to thrash around a racetrack, which is why Brunch couldn't decline the opportunity to participate in the BMW M Track Day 2013 held in Malaysia recently. 

The event provided motoring hacks with a good understanding of how M cars perform at the limit, as well as a chance to grasp the advantages of the bespoke technologies found in BMW's souped-up machines.

And BMW could have chosen no better track than the Sepang race circuit, which we think is one of the most challenging tracks in the Formula 1 calendar.

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