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BMW M3 CSL in-car lap of evo's test track


In car and on board with evo's Roger Green as he goes for a quick lap in BMW's screaming M3 CSL at the Bedford Autodrome.

Added on the 09/08/2011 11:53:11 - Copyright : EVO Magazine

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