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2012-05-17 @ 14:46 | © photo by Clemson, licence: Attribution
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The E36 M3 came in 1992 but did not quite have the first car's racing successHere a street M3 (left) poses with the racing version (right)The M3 came in 1986The engine had 507hp and revved beyond 8,000rpmThe fourth M5 and the M6 coupe used a new high revving, 5.0l V10It used a 277hp inline-6 later used in the first gen M5 and M6It became the first M-badged modelThe M1 was orginally supposed to be a collaboration between BMW and LamborghiniThe M1 Procar raced with 400hp in a series set up by BMW, Max Mosley and Bernie Ecclestone  and BMW M3 GTRBMW M5BMW M535iO 320d está entre os mais de 3000 veículos doados pela BMW à organização dos Jogos Olímpicos de LondresÀ saída dos blocos o atleta olímpico expõe o seu corpo a uma força de 1GLewis-Francis venceu a medalha de ouro na estafeta de 4x100m nos Jogos Olímpicos de Atenas em 2004Lewis-Francis foi mais rápido do que o BMW nos primeiros 20 metrosThe M center is located just a few kilometers away from the BMW headquarters in MunichThe 6-Series also went racingBy 1982, BMW had its own F1 carM's earliest engines were for Formula 2They used the 3.2l inline-6 from the contemporary M3The M635SCI and its sibling the M5 were known as the
BMW M3 GTR
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