Probably the greatest public highway driving film of all time now is available for veiwing online (albeit in small format),and I wanted to get it out to as many as possible who read this forum. In 1976 the French filmmaker Claude Lelouch had one of the first gyro stabilized cameras mounted on a 275GTB Ferrari. He hired a Ferrari team driver for an unscripted 7 minute flat out drive at dawn through the streets of Paris. The film has become a legend and is a must see even though it's a Ferrari and not a BMW. Be ready to e blown away. Remember No streets were in any way blocked off and the film is uncut. http://www.kladblog.com/content/html/200605/parijs.asp
The above link should take you directly to the film, but if not go to http://www.kladblog.com/
and click on the link with the Eiffle Tower.
I have the full version CD which is even better in full screen mode which I will try to make available in some way if there is enough interest.