If fancy cars don’t do it for you, perhaps a two-wheeled alternative will do. Ducati’s Desmosedici GP9 has a lightweight carbon-fiber frame that houses a 90-degree V4 four-stroke engine, generating over 200 horsepower from under 800cc. Shell brings the motor oil and fuel efficiency, lubricating the engine and ensuring an entire race without a pit stop, thanks to a 21-liter tank with V-Power racing fuel. Of course, it takes more than wealth to get a ride in this motorbike. It’s reserved for Nicky Hayden, who plans to race it in this year’s MotoGP. Word is that he digs the chassis and the engine, so here’s hoping it works out. [via Shell]