They had 3 challenges/races between a 1098 and a Lamborghini guyardo. A race around a track, stopping distance from 90ish MPH and a fastest through the cones test. Needless to say the bike won the race and the cones challenge but the breaking distance really made me think.
well tbh, if you look at the physics of the braking bwtween a car and a bike, the car should always stop quicker. It has a much longer wheelbase and larger contact ratio on the tyres and larger breaking cerface ratio having 4 wheels with 4 big discs.
Absolutely, physics say a car will stop quicker, especially with ABS, ESP and 4 very wide tyres. It just made me think about stopping distances a bit more, its easy to forget in the heat of the moment.
I think it was performance bike this month comparing bikes v cars for 0-100-0 tests. The bikes won comprehensively even braking where a bike’s lower weight helps against a cars tyres. (except for rediculous choice of bike like a Pan).
But remember it takes a very skilled rider to out brake a car