The Driving Experience program of BMW features a lot of events, teaching owners of M Power cars how to use them the right way. The driving school recently visited Arjeplog, Sweden, 60 kilometers south of the polar circle. This test aimed to teach drivers what to do on ice and snow, sitting behind the wheel of BMW M3s, fitted with studded tyres.
The legendary rally champion Walter Röhrl comments: “The fastest option on asphalt is to make a clean streak, while drifting is the answer on slippery surfaces. The front of the car points towards the inside of the bend, so that the propulsive power of the centrifugal force counteracts this a little and actually permits a faster speed than stable driving.”
Sounds easy, right?