$13k BMW motorcycle vs 1 million dollar Bugatti

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+10 1. dvandok commented 4 years ago

It's just power to weight. Can't beat a 200 kg (or thereabouts) bike.

The Veyron has over a 1000 bhp, but it weighs 9 times as much as the bike.
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+1 2. krillemaster commented 4 years ago

GTBOARD on youtube if you want more of this (they do tons of supercar vs supercar)
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0 3. MrG commented 4 years ago

Swedes...:)
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+6 4. MindTrick commented 4 years ago

The fastest mainstream and affordable Bikes tend to max out around 280-300 kmh, but cars like these can push it a bit further. If the track was a lot longer, i would bet the car would reach higher top speed than the bike, but we're talking pushing it really to the marginal if so. In pure power/speed ratio i say the car isn't worth it at all. But then again, i would rather have an accident with the car than the bike... lots of pro's and con's really... I'll just zoidberg this one!
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-1 5. sux2bu commented 4 years ago

That guy on the BMW ought to be glad he was not racing the two million dollar Bugatti!
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+1 6. Bergsten commented 4 years ago

#4 Show me the bike that I can sit comfortably and have a normal conversation with the driver while accelerating to that kind of speed(or any speed really) and I'll be sold on those zoomsplats.
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+2 7. Killerado commented 4 years ago

I'm swedish.. but everytime i hear swedish people try to speak english i am embarrassed!
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+5 8. metataggers commented 4 years ago

I love how the car was smoked and they change the conversation to how comfortable the car is vs. a bike. The race was about straight line speed, not about the curve of the dashboard, price, size, passengers or ability to carry luggage on a vacation.
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+2 9. MindTrick commented 4 years ago

#6 As i said, pros and cons for both, depending on what the criteria you set. As in your case, you are in need to talk to a passenger while speeding. In my case, i can manage fine all by myself and shut up while speeding, so in that context you clearly see how different it can be.
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-2 10. Tarc commented 4 years ago

The title is the wrong way around :)
It implies that a $1m car should not be beaten by a bike.

But of course a bike is 10% of the weight of a car, it's no big deal that bikes beat cars in races.
INSTEAD, we should celebrate the Bugatti that a 10x heavier vehicle can match up to bikes. THAT's the real feat.

The price tag is also irrelevant, because in any field of science, if you have to match up to something where you have a 10x disadvantage, you will have to sacrifice considerable amount of money to achieve it.
Hell, sometimes achieving a +20% increase in something is considered an innovation and millions in grants are awarded.
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+1 11. tega commented 4 years ago

lol this is stupid, why not compare for example: a $5 bullet vs a $1M bugatti