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    Nurburgring
    Monaco GP
    Couple museums (MB, BMW, Ferrari, etc)

    you're done

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArDs View Post
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    I've heard that Tramontana, an European Company located on the Costa Brava (Spain) which manufactures an exclusive tailor-made supercar called Tramontana, organize or is planning to organize driving tours in Costa Brava.

    http://www.tramontanagroup.com

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    i drove from Paris to Barcelona. number of cops i saw? 2.

    i've also done a loop from Barcelona -> San Sebastian -> Madrid -> Valencia -> Barcelona - that's about 13 hours of driving. number of cops i saw? 1. average speed? 90-95mph.

    get the fastest car you can afford & hit the open road.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carendt242 View Post
    i drove from Paris to Barcelona. number of cops i saw? 2.

    i've also done a loop from Barcelona -> San Sebastian -> Madrid -> Valencia -> Barcelona - that's about 13 hours of driving. number of cops i saw? 1. average speed? 90-95mph.

    get the fastest car you can afford & hit the open road.

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    Hundreds of beautiful driving roads in Europe. Like Chuck said, Rent a car. You might even be able to rent a E46 M3 if you can track one down. A GPS will keep you from getting lost.
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    Quote Originally Posted by C-M2 View Post
    Hundreds of beautiful driving roads in Europe. Like Chuck said, Rent a car. You might even be able to rent a E46 M3 if you can track one down. A GPS will keep you from getting lost.
    I've been driving an E46 m3 for the past 5 1/2 years, if that's what I end up renting in Europe I'd be pretty pissed lol jk

    I think I'd get lost with the GPS too lol
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    Does anyone know if it's pretty easy to just show up at the Nurburgring and go around or rent a car there and drive around it, or is it something you must plan for in advance and make reservations?
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    On Tourist days anyone can drive with a drivinglicense. To rent cars close to the ring is expensive as they know you will take it on the ring. I would drive through Europe as it is very Easy with a GPS. I would Say Drive to Stuttgart, Munich - Germany, Zürich - Switzerland, Maybe South of France and Monaco and Some of South of Italy. It is easy to rent a Nice car to drive through Europe from the Main German Airports from companies Like Sixt, Hertz, Avis, Europecar, Sixt has a nice collection of BMW's ranging from 1 series to 6 series. Most of them being Diesel.

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