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Watch Kawasaki Ninja H2R beat an F1 car and an F-16 fighter jet in a race

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  • Watch Kawasaki Ninja H2R beat an F1 car and an F-16 fighter jet in a race

    We are all aware of how insanely powerful the supercharged Ninja H2 series of motorcycles are. We have all seen the track-only Ninja H2R achieving insane feats of speed. But this, this is just madness and a whole lot of fun. A Kawasaki Ninja H2R beat an F-16 fighter jet, a Challenger 605 jet, a Tesla P100DL, an Aston Martin Vantage and surprisingly, even a RedBull F1 race car. This race took place at a two-day test race at an aerospace and technology festival in Istanbul, Turkey. Below is the link to the outrageous video:

    VIDEO: Use earphones to hear the best of these machines

    Now the street legal Kawasaki H2 churns out 197 bhp of power but the track-only H2R makes an insane 305 bhp, and that is without the ram-air effect. With maximum ram-air, it makes a maddening 321 bhp which propels a motorcycle that weighs only 210 kg.


    We also have our own Ninja H2 that we rode around Australia for 20,000 odd kms but ours is souped-up to make 280 bhp with an ECU re-flash and an Akraprovic slip-on.