We've seen this bike before both in street trim and for the track. Building a bike for Moto2 racing, Vyrus had to use a spec, Honda-based powertrain, but the chassis design was quite open. Clearly the Vyrus engineers took that opportunity to heart with hub-centric steering replacing traditional front forks and a radiator mounted underneath the engine.
According to Asphalt and Rubber, this one is going to be racing in the Spanish CEV Moto2 Championship. The rider gets to have a little fun in this video too with some wheelies that give a great, up close look at the Vyrus' bizarre front end.