BMW leads the MotoGP with the M2

by • February 28, 2016 • FeatureComments (0)8852

MotoGP and BMW M Division have formed an ideal combination for almost two decades.


MotoGP is the pinnacle of motorcycle racing and features the best riders in the world on high-performance racing prototypes, in the development of which the manufacturers implement their latest technological ideas.

At the heart of the commitment is the provision of the Safety Car fleet. BMW M implements the latest technology in order to guarantee the safety of the MotoGP riders, whatever the conditions. The Safety Cars are high-performance BMW M cars. The latest example is the BMW M2 MotoGP Safety Car, which makes its debut this season.


The new M2 safety car is based on the road-going version, but features a number of upgrades to get it ready for the track. As you can see, it has a fresh take on BMW’s signature stripes over white, offset by gold trim. It also wears a low-profile LED strobe light bar on the roof, supplemented by blue LEDs in the front grille and red diodes in place of the reversing lights.

The stripped-out cockpit incorporates a roll cage (adapted from the M4 GTS) eliminating rear seats, Recaro racing buckets with six-point harnesses, and an on-board fire extinguisher. BMW also fabricated an adjustable rear wing from carbon-reinforced plastic, and fitted it with Michelin Cup tires and carbon-ceramic brakes. BMW also fitted an M Performance exhaust system and intake.

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