A YouTube channel hosted an acceleration contest between a 2011 Red Bull F1, a BMW M 1000 RR motorcycle and a Porsche 911 Turbo S.
Regularly, the YouTube channel Carwow organizes drag races with vehicles extraordinary. In her last video, she opposes three mechanical monsters with an exceptional weight / power ratio. First of all, there is a F1 2011 of the Red Bull team. Equipped with an naturally aspirated 2.4-liter V8 that develops 750 hp. Weighing just 655 kg, it boasts a power-to-weight ratio of 0.87 kg / hp.
Car and motorbike
Then comes the Porsche 911 Turbo S whose 3.8-liter twin-turbo 6-cylinder engine produces 650 hp. With 1,640 kg on the scale, this car is rather heavy, which only gives it a ratio of 2.52 kg / hp. Finally, Carwow managed to procure the crème de la crème of supersport motorcycles, a BMW M 1000 RR. Its 999 cc engine develops 212 hp but the whole thing weighs only… 190 kg! Hence an astonishing figure of 0.9 kg / ch.
Initially, the Porsche takes the ascendancy but not for long because the F1 overtakes it like a rocket. Then comes the motorcycle which benefits, certainly from its power but above all from its extreme lightness. However, the Porsche is on the heels of the BMW thanks to its resourceful engine. The end result is to be discovered in this amazing video.
Check out the video of this drag race at the top:
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