BMW 1 M Coupe To Be MotoGP Safety Car

By - March 18th, 2011

BMW 1 M Coupe To Be MotoGP Safety Car

A partnership that dates back 13 years ago, http://bmwusa.com” target=”_blank”>BMW will once again provide the safety car for this year’s http://motogp.com” target=”_blank”>MotoGP, the motorcycle road racing world championship. In the form of new http://bmw.com/com/en/newvehicles/mseries/m1coupe/2010/showroom/index.html” target=”_blank”>BMW 1 Series M Coupe, the safety car is powered by a Straight-Six M TwinPower Turbo Engine, capable of producing 340-horsepower. Fully optimized for its duties, engineers at BMW installed carbon-fiber reinforced hood with large air intake vents up front, an adjustable wing to produce sufficient down force, and a titanium exhaust system specifically for racing to reduce weight. Selectable suspension along with the 19-inch wheels helps the vehicle to navigate the demanding race route. Finally, the installation of rollover cage, plus fire extinguisher, and two 6-point racing seats to provide the utmost safety for its crew. The BMW 1 Series M Coupe Safety Car for MotoGP will make its debut this weekend, March 20th, at http://qatar-grandprix.com” target=”_blank”>Qatar Grand Prix.

BMW 1 M Coupe To Be MotoGP Safety Car

BMW 1 M Coupe To Be MotoGP Safety Car

BMW 1 M Coupe To Be MotoGP Safety Car

BMW 1 M Coupe To Be MotoGP Safety Car

BMW 1 M Coupe To Be MotoGP Safety Car

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