"It was some years back in England. The BMW guys gave me one of their limited edition cars to check out. They told me to give them a feedback and said 'Check out the brakes',” Tendulkar narrated the incident at the inauguration of the Gurgaon centre of 'Smaaash' at premium urban gaming centre.
"So I convinced Anjali to come with me for a drive and I really pressed it hard. I won't tell you what speed I was driving. Since they told me to check the brakes, I applied it and it came to halt. Such was the G-force, me and Anjali both felt it and we both had a headache for the entire day. It was an experience I remember," he said.     

In fact such is his love for speed, that he along with some of his friends have redesigned a go-karting track in Mumbai, which according to him "gives a chance to overtake each other".
Tendulkar's fascination for speed has made him actively involved in this virtual gaming project, where one can drive a F1 car, stop a penalty kick by Cristiano Ronaldo or face inswing yorkers from Brett Lee or Muttiah Muralitharan's doosra.
One of Tendulkar's favourite games at the sports hub is walking on a virtual plan from one High-Rise building to another.
"Once you wear those specially designed glasses and try out the game, you will feel that same level of excitement. Walking on a mere plank between two high-rise buildings. I tried a leap of about six or seven feet and nearly tumbled. Once I played the game, I felt the same kind of headache. So those who want thrill should try this game out," insisted Tendulkar.

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