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BMW powers ahead with accelerated learning

Since 1977, BMW has provided driver training courses to its customers, from the high-performance racers to the rest of us. We give one a quick spin

12th January, 2020
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BMW has a long history of providing professional driver training to its customers

It should be no surprise, if you’re familiar in any way with Germany and how the Germans drive, to discover that BMW has a long history of providing professional driver training to its customers.

It began in 1977, originally run by BMW Motorsport GmbH, with 15 events that year and 20 participants in each. It has since expanded considerably, training tens of thousands of drivers through the years, in everything from the lowest-powered...

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