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This was anything but a comfortable test drive. On a specially marked-out track, the goal was to beat the time of 36.230 seconds set by Matt Hullins, Chief Driving Instructor at the BMW Performance Driving Center. The two pros immediately switched into competitive mode. Both had four attempts, and they pushed each other to ever-improving lap times. Woodland (38.747 seconds) eventually finished with his nose just ahead of McIlroy (39.556 seconds).
|2013 BMW Championship Kick-Off Event|
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