MotoGP » Abraham vs. Porsche vs. Jet Fighter - and the winner is...

"The runway is very wide, so you don't feel the speed as at the race track" - Karel Abraham.

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Hemmy - Unregistered

May 28, 2012 11:15 AM

I like Abrahams comeback comment! Have that one! LOL!

Go on then, who disagreed woith the first comment? Thats almost as funny as Abrahams comment LOL!

Gotta be a Rossi fan of course. :-/

Pointless - Unregistered

May 28, 2012 12:12 PM

@DB8 nice find thanks.

I never quite get the runs against aircraft, its impressive that the Panigale beat the 911, very impressive, but the plane? Its a pretty sh1t twin seater trainer jet which can do 407 mph...

HayabusaYngve - Unregistered

May 28, 2012 2:53 PM

Sooo 90s :)
I raced a Norwegian F-16 back in 1997 from a standing still to 400m. They ( the norwegian airforce ) had taken everything they could out of the plane, including almost all of the fuel. The jusy is still out over who won. I even got shown in Norwegian TV :) On my facebooksite there are pictures.

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