Range Rover Sport Races Speedway World Champion
The folks at Autocar had the somewhat silly idea of putting a production Range Rover Sport up against current Speedway World Champion, Tai Woffinden on his motorbike. While the Range Rover Sport has all-wheel drive and an impressive 500+ horsepower under the hood, Woffinden’s superbike is specifically built for going around the dirt oval. The bike has just 60 horsepower, but is so lightweight it only carries enough fuel for five laps of the track. The question soon becomes not who will win the race, but just how slow the Range Rover will look in comparison.