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Ring-Taxi Reportedly Ditching the M5

For those hearing rumors about which car the Ring-Taxi program will be using in the near future, well, there's still no official word. According to a few recent reports, BMW is just switching from the M5 to the M3. The German automaker will still provide drivers from their Driving Experience program. However, another report has stated that the program will be deviating away from BMW's completely.

The rumored new cars could either be a Porsche 911 997 Clubsport and/or a Mini John Cooper Works. So who's correct? Nothing has been officially announced as of this writing, but the latest rumor/report claims that famed Nurburgring veteran Sabine Schmitz will not only remain involved in the program, but will be behind the wheel of the Porsche 997 GT3 RS.

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