The Nürburgring’s Nordschleife is widely regarded as the most spectacular, most challenging and longest race track in the world. Just a few weeks ago, we posted some photos of the BMW Ring-Taxi, an M5 model used for those who want to experience the “Green Hell” by lapping the circuit in the passenger seat.
The M5 Ring-Taxi is available for anyone out there based on availability and at extra charge. Today, the fellows over at Autogespot spotted a different kind of Ring-Taxi, a knock-off of the M5, based on the BMW M3 Coupe. The car features an interesting paint, more of a vinyl covering the exterior that reminds of a police vehicle.
The Ring-Police is a company belonging to professional race driver Jan Erik Slooten who drives in the Porsche Carrera Cup. According to the info on a german website, his company offered back in October laps for paying passengers at a 130 euro per lap.
These are the details we have so far, but if those of you that live in Germany have more information for us, please feel free to let us know in the comment area below.
[Source: Autogespot ]
Author: Horatiu B.
Source: http://www.bmwblog.com/2009/11/22/a-dif ... ng-police/