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It takes a fast and agile car to keep pace with MotoGP
racing bikes. Fortunately the BMW
M division is up to the task, providing safety cars (or what we'd call pace cars on this side of the Atlantic) to the race organizers of the top-level motorcycle racing series.
The most recent vehicles to perform the duties have been the 1 Series M Coupe
and the X6 M
crossover, but now BMW is introducing a the new M6
coupe to the mix. It'll debut in safety car guise as pictured above at the Nürburgring this weekend.
While it's unclear whether any modifications have been made to the 552-horsepower twin-turbo V8, the M6 MotoGP safety car has been upgraded with new spoilers front and rear, special lighting equipment and BMW's traditional blue, blue and red striping on a white body. And if we were betting men, we'd put our money on some upgrades to the brakes, suspension and tires, too.BMW rolls out new M6 safety car for MotoGP
originally appeared on Autoblog
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