When presented with a damp cul-de-sac in a BMW M3, you literally have to pull off some donuts.

Most kids would be upset to find out their Dad hooned their car, but not this Euro enthusiast.

Self-proclaimed BMW fangirl Eileen, who goes by @LaLaLaEileen on most of her socials, caught her Dad on their family’s Ring camera ripping donuts in her E36 BMW M3 after she let him borrow it to get to work.

Check out the video for yourself below.

“My Dad drove my car to work and I saw this on the Ring camera,” Eileen’s caption reads.

In the video we can see their Ring camera activate, the camera’s motion sensor capturing some kind of movement.

Imagine, to Eileen’s surprise, seeing her pride and joy being properly thrashed, as it should be, on those damp, after-a-rain, Georgia streets.

Judging by her comments and her deciding to share the video, she seems tickled pink by her Dad’s shenanigans, proud that her Dad approves of her Euro drift machine.

This reply says it all.

Scrolling through Eilieen’s Tik-Tok, it’s clear where she picked up her love of cars, her Mom and Dad are bonafide car enthusiasts.

Here are videos of her Dad’s RHD Mitsubishi Galant VR4, 3000 GT VR4, and in the compilation video after her Mom’s video, it shows, what I assume to be her Dad’s daily, a Toyota Supra.

@lalalaeileen Replying to @slowassspeed6 Heres more of my dad's 1989 Mitsubishi Galant VR4 RHD ??#car #cartok #carsoftiktok #mitsubishi #galantvr4 #imported #rhd ♬ Mr. Clean – Yung Gravy
@lalalaeileen Replying to @foros3s here's my dads 1996 mitsubishi 3000GT VR4 🙂 #car #cartok #carsoftiktok #mitsubishi #vr4 #3000gt ♬ Aesthetic – Tollan Kim

Here’s a video of what her Mom used to drive, a Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution. And, according to Eileen and shown in her inspo video, her Mom currently drives a Subaru WRX Sti Hatchback.

How hacking wholesome!

@lalalaeileen my moms evo was really the coolest??#e36m3 #bmw #cartok ♬ Cool Kids (Sped-Up Version) – Echosmith

my sweet parents ??

♬ beauty of pixar – NilsOdinson

As they say, the apple does not fall far from the tree as their daughter clearly has good taste in cars, choosing one of BMWs best performance cars of the ’90s as a project car.

Even though that gen M3 is about 30 years old, with 282 HP at a screaming 7,000 RPM and a chassis meant to carve canyons, can you blame the Dad for giving the rear diff a workout?


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