Moto GP - BMW M2
Oh yes. We’ve featured a full gallery of this one before. Moto GP has a pretty longstanding relationship with BMW, and one of its more recent safety cars was this rather pumped-up little M2.
Changes over the standard (and already brilliant) BMW M2 naturally prioritise safety, with a roll cage, harnesses and fire extinguisher on the inside, and a whopping great light bar on the roof.
Worried the lightbar makes too much of an impact on the M2’s slippery profile, BMW has also stuck a ginormous rear wing on the back of the Moto GP pace car, and it’s made out of nice, light carbonfibre reinforced plastic.
The M2’s turbocharged 365bhp six-cylinder engine remains, making the car good for a 155mph top speed and 4.3-second 0-62mph time. And if you’re worried that’s a bit too exciting for a car focused on driver wellbeing, those incredible gold wheels shroud carbon ceramic brakes, borrowed from big brother BMW M4.