BMW M5 E60 Turned Into Ultimate Weekend Track Racer!

We’d totally understand it if someone took a mid 90’s BMW M3 E36 with half a million miles and turned it into a nice weekend track racer, but completely gutting out a 2006 BMW M5 E90 -yes, the latest model with the 507Hp V10 powerhouse- is something that doesn’t quite sound right.

The owner of the car says that he was able to remove a total of 600 lbs or about 272kg from the BMW M5’s body – mainly from the interior which now features a roll cage and a set of light weight bucket seats. What do you think about this conversion? Have your say in the comment section. -More pics after the jump

Source: M5Board , Via: Autoblog.nl

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