When one thinks of a BMW, the mind generally refers to the different models of cars that the Munich-based company has been able to offer over the years, gaining a certain prestige position in the market. But, as for the four wheels, BMW stands for quality in motorcycle crash. Striking example in this regard is the BMW S1000 RR superbike, undoubtedly one of the best performing motorcycle in its class.
Produced starting in 2008, the S1000 RR is equipped with a 4 cylinder 999 cm³ engine capable of a power of 193 horsepower, and reaches a top speed of 300 km/H. It is still used in the World Superbike Championship, where it has had several successes without winning the title.
See run this bike on the track is something we're used to, but in this video the S1000 RR will be put to the test in a series of drift of great difficulty. The pilot driving is proving an ace of the two wheels and can carry out a series of evolutions of increasing difficulty. His name is Jorian Ponomareff, one of the best stunters in the world.
At the end of the video we see also involved an Audi R8 which, in perfect sync with the S1000 RR, performs an ultimate evolution.