It's really not a big deal but I think I'll just bring this up. It's Sunday 3:00 PM in Southern California, I decide to take my 360 for a spin. On a mild traffic light stop, I get myself in the #1 lane (slow lane), and notice theres a silver BMW M3 convertible (current E46 model) w/ 3 guys in it on #2 lane. I did not pay attention to the car nor the people in it, just sipping my coffee. However, when the traffic moves along, I was doing about 50mph (still on the slow lane). The M3 was far behind due to the mild traffic. I noticed that M3 gunned the throttle and moved behind me. And all in the sudden, it's like he is going to rear-end my 360 on purpose. Of course when he gets close to my rear end, the driver merges to #2 lane than cut off to my lane and fled. I would assume he was going at least 110mph when he was far ahead of me. I didn't slow down when the M3 passed by, just kept speed. I did down-shift a gear and slow down a bit after the M3 passed by to watch his success cutting off a Ferrari. Man if I was in my 5-Series Beast, I might have gunned and eat that thing for lunch. I just don't have the mood for that car while driving the Ferrari. The Question is, what makes that M3 to do that? To show that he is outran the Ferrari? Or just simply to "REPRESENT"? I would just drive normal and compliment the car if I were him, it would easy since he drives a convertible and my window was down.... and I would give M3 driver a smile or a thumbs up. Like I said, this is really not a big deal, just a bit odd, please no negative comments, I was just wondering about the M3 driver's motivation. Your comments?