BMW M3 Touring MotoGP: Flagship First
BMW M3 Touring MotoGP
Visitors to this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed will be among the first people in history able to see a new BMW M3 Touring MotoGP™ Safety Car, which makes its global debut at these events. Furthermore, they can get behind closed doors with some models from past and present as well as glimpse what's coming next.
BMW M is celebrating its 50th birthday this year with many events happening at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. One such event will be an opportunity for visitors to see how well-known their cars have become over time as they display models from all decades on track and off, including global debuts like a one hundred fifty-five horsepower safety car variant designed exclusively by BMW M that'll make its first race appearance ever in Great Britain during early August’s Grand Prix season opener at Silverstone - just days after it makes appearances overseas where you can find out more about these exciting innovations before anyone else.
The newest member of the safety car fleet is based on BMW M3 Competition Touring with xDrive (fuel consumption, combined: 10 – 9 l/100 km). It combines high technological capability and performance know-how from within its iconic family lineup as well as being practical enough for everyday use. Both cars will be unveiled Thursday 23rd June at the Goodwood Festival Of Speed before taking part in all races during this renowned event where they can show off their skills among other things too.
The new BMW M3 Touring MotoGP™ Safety Car has a special livery to honour 50 years of partnership with the world's top motorcycle racing organization, Yamaha. All safety cars from 1999-Present day are listed on this car in recognition of their service through many decades worth of races.
The BMW M3 Touring MotoGP™ Safety Car will sport some high-tech additions for this year's racing season. The car is scheduled to be equipped with the entire product range from BMW M Performance Parts, including Recaro race seats and safety features like an emergency disconnector that can unlock fuel lines in case of any accidents or malfunctions during competition time.