Kid Crashes BMW M3 into the Rocks

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The M3 is a powerful car that should be handled with the greatest of respect.

A young man (most likely a boy in this case) decided to take the previous-generation E46 M3 out for a spin in Arizona and, well, he found out the hard way that a 343 horsepower 3.2-liter inline-six is not an engine to be trifled with. According to the driver, the accident occurred at the South Mountain Park in Phoenix, Arizona. He says "One of my buddies and I were out just having fun and driving until I came up on a deceptive corner, misjudged it and it happened.

No injuries. The car was a total loss. Misjudgment of the road caused the accident." After viewing the footage several times, you can definitely say that again.

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