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@ Lad. Assuming you accept the fact that bike A takes less time to run along the straight than bike B, then you'll have to concede and accept that it is entirely possible for one bike (e.g. VR's) to pass another bike (CC's) as well as a Honda) while NOT actually posting a higher top speed in the process.
This ain't rocket science.
In any case, just watching the way that VR was able to close and pass on the straight (where CC's bike couldn't stay in the slipstream of the HRC's) plus the news from RocketR1 about the extra fuel (ergo more acceleration/power) VR had on the day does tend to support my point, yes?