8/11/08 6:26 a.m.

... and after reading the story on 'Pump Up the Volume', I noticed the T-Shirt add on page 100. I'm sure they're a lil better than described in the add.

Also on pg 129, I like the way the desciptions of the car/driver are reversed in their description of location to the picture. Martien is described as winning at the Glen and shown at Miller, while Saini took the win at Miller and shown at the Glen.

And having attended Hyperfest, that is a very cool picture of the 'rollover' contest winner in mid twirl.

Thanx for a great magazine


CharlieDownes None
8/11/08 1:31 p.m.

What has prompted me to post is Tim Sharp's article "Dynamic Dozen" where I expected more of the "Up-and-Coming" like , not 2 talented journeymen like Espenlaub and Lally (both of whom I admire, by the way).

mel_horn HalfDork
8/11/08 7:43 p.m.

Re: the M3 article:

Wasn't there a E21 M3?

Marjorie Suddard
Marjorie Suddard General Manager
8/11/08 8:02 p.m.

E21 was a 3-Series chassis, but predated the first M3.

As for the t-shirt typo, um... I got nuthin'. It's a nice shirt. As in, I took a big shirt this morning. Out of the drawer.


Tim Baxter
Tim Baxter Online Editor
8/11/08 8:14 p.m.

There was an Alpina E21 that was pretty nice, and the 323i (never officially imported), but no M3.

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