The Vyrus 986 M2 will take part in the Campeonato Espanol de Velocidad (CEV) Moto2 races this year. The CEV or Speed Championship when translated to English is an official FIM-sanctioned race series.
The CEV is one main source of young talents for the Grand Prix, and Spain has always been known for football players and motorcycle racers.
Getting back to the M2, the motorcycle is powered by a Honda engine. And so are the other motorcycles in the CEV Moto2 races. Honda engines dominate the Moto2 races.
Powering the Vyrus M2 is a 599 cc, liquid-cooled Honda engine that produces 125 horsepower and power is delivered through a 6-speed transmission.
What sets this motorcycle apart from other competitors is the chassis. The M2 uses a double inverted omega chassis, which has swing arms on both the ends, and to compensate for the aerodynamics, the whole motorcycle is built lighter.
Riding the Vyrus 986 M2 will be Bradley Ray, a 17-year-old English rider who finished in the 4th position in 2014.