Video: Porsche 911 GT2 RS vs Ducati 1199 Panigale

Chris Harris has shot another incredible video: he put aPorsche 911 GT2 RS and a Ducati 1199 Panigale in a drag race. A similar video was shot during the summer and the Porsche was actually destroyed. This second video was made to provide the Porsche with an opportunity to exact its revenge.

They went to a 2 mile runway to see what happens when you let a GT2 RS stretch beyond 150 mph, but the question is, what happened? Check out the video for the answer!

The Porsche 911 GT2 RS delivers an impressive 620 HP and sprints from 0 to 62 mph in 3.5 seconds. The Ducati 1199 Paningale, on the other hand, delivers a total of 195 HP, leaving the RS with a huge advantage. Will it help?

No bikers or drivers were hurt in the making of this film.


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13 comments:

Lol the gt3 rs would be looking at the Panigale nice behind all day buddy.
One thing the car guy forgot to mention was the sportbikes are speed limited.
Anyway the next video they gonna be racing in the racetrack which is gonna be interesting but at the end since is a car show the car is gonna win.

i think the gt3 rs will have that bike for breakfast.

i think the porsche did rather well, considering the opponent.

on a straight like the bike is a killer. thanks god they did not get a hayabusa.

put some water on the road and some obstacles in the way and get a transplant team ready. i rest my case.

i think midocar may have a point there!

i think both the car and the bike are great pieces of engineering. lovely!

wow that bike was fast! it got miles away from the car!

i bet that, if they had a race on a bendy track, the car would win.

i’m not a bike lover, i love safety too. but let’s face it: the power to weight ratio was all in the favor of the bike.

are you a bike lover otto? because i, for one, love being safer than faster.

did you guys expect the car to win the 2 mile race? optimistic of you smiley

the car won...at a certain point and in ideal conditions. otherwise, it was destroied.

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