The world’s fastest bike and one of the fastest cars ever built- the million-dollar Bugatti Veyron- competed in a half-mile airstrip race. The Roll race was an easy win for the Kawasaki H2R. Even if Kawasaki H2R and Bugatti have similar top speeds-250-260 mph, Bugatti needs almost 5.5 miles of straight road to max out its top speed. Simple maths, people! Bike produces 300 horsepower and weighs approximately 400lbs, creating an astonishing ratio which is equal to 1500 horsepower per ton! At the same time, Veyron weighs approximately 4000lbs, while it produces 1200 horsepower. In other words, 600 horsepower per ton! Wow! Both have monstrous power, but Kawasaki H2R is unbeatable!
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