BMW Sportbike Drifts with Audi R8


It's BMW vs Audi, but not as you'd expect it.

Drifting a car is hard enough. It requires skill, practice and a lot of discipline. But let's face it: when push comes to shove - and these expert drifters sure do push and shove their cars around - if you get it wrong, the car's not going to fall over. But drifting a motorbike, now that's a different story. In this video, expert stunt rider Jorian Ponomareff climbs onto a BMW S1000RR - a limited-edition, homologation-special, liter-displacement sportbike - and gets his drift on.

For those that don't appreciate motorbike antics, though, there's some car action involved as well when a V10-powered Audi R8 joins in the action for some six-wheeled tandem drifting. Check it out in the video below.

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