A blown Kawasaki H2R has blown away an electric Tesla P100DL, Aston Martin New Vantage, Lotus Evora GT 430, a Red Bull F1 race car, an F-16 fighter jet and a Challenger 605 jet. Ridiculous and pointless, but fun to watch. The event was staged during a two-day test race at an aerospace and technology festival in Istanbul, Turkey. Four-time World Supersport champion Kenan Sofuoglu of Turkey rode the track-only H2R model to victory by 0.04 seconds over the Red Bull Formula 1, F-16 jet and Tesla P100DL. The former racer-turned-politician also reached 400km/h (249mph) on a H2R in 2016 on the closed Osman Gazi suspension bridge, about 50km southeast of Istanbul. See alsoClassic MotorcyclesMotorbike newsNewsAll CCM Owners Given Free Entry To CCM’s Great Golden Jubilee Scramble Blown power The supercharged Kawasaki Ninja H2 costs $33,000 in Australia while the track-only H2R is $60,000. It is the most powerful production motorcycle in the world. H2R The street-legal Kawasaki Ninja H2 has 147.2kW (200ps/197hp) of power at 11,000rpm and 133.5Nm of torque at 10,5000rpm, but the supercharger boosts that to 154.5kW (210ps/207hp) and 140.4Nm. The powerful track-only Ninja H2R has 228kW (310ps/305hp) at 14,000rpm and 165Nm of torque at 12,500rpm. With maximum ram air, power is literally blown out to 240kW (326ps/321hp).