Car vs. sports bike drag races never get old, apparently, and in this new confrontation, we’re about to lay our eyes on two very hot machines.
In the two-wheel corner, we find one of the most known sports bikes out there: the Suzuki Hayabusa. It needs no further introduction, as this is the bike that beat a lot of powerful cars over the years.
Regardless of its challenger (pun intended), the Hayabusa still proves that it’s a worthy contender. And for what it’s worth, this specific example is said to have no modifications whatsoever.
In the four-wheel corner, we have one of the most powerful production cars out there: the Challenger SRT Demon. It was officially unveiled last spring, and after approximately one year and 3,300 units, Dodge ceased its production.
The Dodge Demon has an impressive record of being raced against countless sports cars and supercars. It managed to beat a lot of them into submission, but it was also taught a few important lessons by some less powerful rivals. Thus, it proved that regardless of the driver’s skills, it’s not easy to lay down those 840 hp (851 PS / 626 kW) and 770 lb-ft (1,042 Nm) of torque produced by the supercharged 6.2-liter HEMI V8.
So, how did the popular muscle car perform against the powerful superbike? Watch the following video and find out!