BMW M Safety Cars: over 20 years in MotoGP™

The German manufacturer have been ensuring safety across the MotoGP™ World Championship since 1999

For over 20 years now BMW M have been keeping the MotoGP™ World Championship in safe hands thanks to their phenomenal BMW M Safety Car fleet that travel the world alongside the Championship.

Beginning their partnership with Dorna Sports in 1999, BMW M have been on hand with 23 different models of safety car – the latest being the BMW M8 (F93) MotoGP™ Safety Car. Two BMW S 1000 RR superbikes – the same model Tom Sykes and Eugene Laverty compete with in WorldSBK – also make up the fleet as BMW M’s continued support doesn’t go unnoticed or unrecognised. Without the safety cars, MotoGP™ wouldn’t be able to go racing.

There have been some special looking cars on display since 1999, so take a dive into’s gallery of the BMW M Safety Car’s that have graced the racetracks alongside the MotoGP™ World Championship.


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