MotoGP Bike v Rimac Nevera v Turbo Hayabusa: DRAG RACE

Can the almighty Rimac Nevera take down two of the fastest motorbikes on the planet? Well, it’s time to find out!

We’ve got Mat in the Rimac, and he’s lining up against MotoGP legend Dani Pedrosa on the Red Bull KTM and a supercharged Suzuki Hayabusa!

So let’s see how the three stack up. Starting with the Rimac, it’s packing four electric motors, and they combine to produce 1,914hp and 2,360Nm of torque! It’s also housing a 120kWh battery, so naturally, it’s pretty heavy, weighing in at 2,300kg. It’s also super expensive, coming in at around £2,000,000!

Alongside Mat, we have the MotoGP bike. It’s powered by a 1,000cc engine that can produce 270hp and 120Nm, and of course, it is SO much lighter than the Rimac, weighing just 157kg!

Then finally we have the Hayabusa. But this is no usual Suzuki Hayabusa! It’s had a supercharger fitted to it, and as a result, its 1.3-litre 4-cylinder engine produces 380hp and 340Nm of torque! This bike is equally light, tipping the scales at just 257kg.

So how will this one play out – will the Rimac snatch the win? Or could one of the bikes claim the chequered flag? There’s only one way to find out… LET’S RACE!

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