Unidentified Driving Object
It is a known fact that, especially in Great Britain, fun weekend kit cars are often being fitted with motorcycle engines in order to achieve great performances at the organized races that they participate and love so much. But it now seems that such cars are starting to lose one wheel at a time and get closer and closer to the machines that provided their powerplants.
This one is a trike powered by a 1000cc four-cylinder inline Honda motorcycle engine bolted on a super light TIG welded frame. Also, the rack and the pinion steering make sure it won’t miss any corners when turning the Momo steering wheel.
And if unfortunately it does miss a turn, the carbon fiber and Kevlar body will get the pilot safe out of it and still wiling for some three-wheeled fun. These features also have it weigh only 650 pounds so you go and do the math and tell us back the power to weight ratio.
I believe that the guys who spent 18 months developing and building it definitely knew what they were doing.
Source: Motorcycle Powered Cars