Ninja H2R vs Hennessey Venom GT

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Kawasaki Ninja H2R-
Built Beyond Belief
​The Kawasaki Ninja H2™R hypersport motorcycle is an engineering marvel, made possible only through the sourcing of technological expertise from multiple divisions of Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd. (KHI). The result of this unprecedented collaboration is a system of carefully crafted premium components and World Superbike racing inspired next-level electronics that work in concert to create an unbelievably powerful machine—one that’s more than worthy of the legendary H2 name.
Ninja H2R Cautions
The Ninja H2R is a closed course riding use only model and is not manufactured for use on public roads, streets or highways. All usage of this vehicle should be limited to riding on a closed course.

Parts designed specifically for the H2R are for closed course riding use only and cannot be purchased without proof of H2R ownership (product registration, VIN confirmation, etc.).

Exhaust Sound
The exhaust sound level of the H2R at the time of factory shipment is 120 dB/A using Auto Cycle Union (ACU) guidelines. It is the owner’s responsibility to confirm that noise regulations of closed courses permit vehicles reaching this level of exhaust sound. Changes to the exhaust system may alter performance and sound level.

Hennessey Venom GT-
he Hennessey Venom GT is a high performance sports car manufactured by Texas-based Hennessey Performance Engineering. The Venom is a significantly modified version of the Lotus Elise/Exige.
On February 14, 2014, the Hennessey Venom GT set a new world speed record for 2-seat sports cars by reaching a top speed of 270.49 mph (435.31 km/h). The run was performed at the Kennedy Space Center on the 3.2-mile Space Shuttle landing runway. Brian Smith, Director of Miller Motorsport, experienced race driver and a former Michelin tire test engineer, drove the Venom GT to its record speed.

A representative from Race logic, world-renowned maker of GPS data-acquisition systems, was on hand to independently verify and document the Venom GT’s speed record. “The Venom GT attained a maximum speed of 270.49 mph as measured by our VBOX 3i GPS system,” said Racelogic engineer Joe Lachovsky. The VBOX GPS data showed that the Venom GT was still accelerating at an average rate of 1 mph per second as it took just 10.1 seconds to go from 260 to 270 mph. The record run was made over a distance of 2.4 miles, which allowed the Venom just eight-tenths of a mile to stop. Thankfully, its Brembo carbon-ceramic brakes were able to haul the car down from 270 mph well before the end of the runway’s 1000-ft. threshold.


Xell0s Ultra instinct says:

chiron ss: hold my beer

Alejandro Aguilar says:

Venom GT 🏁☝🏻

mehmet kamuran tokatlı says:

H2r 326 hp.venom ??? Hp

Ahmet ÇETİN says:

O motoru o kurbağa geçemez tam bir fiyasko dört tekerde kask takmış korkak ben inanmıyorum asla o motor geçilmez

M. Ghasemi says:

Just honda 125 cc😁😁😜😜

Erich von Manstein says:


Paola Sousah says:

Venum ate o fim

Vinícius Santana says:

Bugatti veyron e Dodge Tomahawk mandaram lembranças

Jr Varela says:

Venom GT has Record 2014 Worlds Fastest car 289 Mph

Ninja H2R 188 Mph ?

taha maqsood haji maqsood ahmad says:

Totally wrong information!!

Gabriel Veron says:

4 ruedas siempre van a ser mas que 2.

Joshua C Connor says:

The Venom is insane. A street legal car can keep up with a superbike


This Kawasaki is crazy

Evren Ekşi says:

Bike rider:Kenan sofuoğlu

Jr Varela says:

Koenigsegg Agera RS or Regera.

nauatg says:

Record still for hayabusa turbo….on standing mile!
Think it s not 20s for 400 kmh. Cause if, wouldn t need 24 miles to reach top speed Bouzada Gonzalez says:

Venon gt. de 0-370 km h(20s) Bouzada Gonzalez says:

Mentira.venon gt no pasa de 300-400 en 7 segundos……!

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