Nope not at all... I did notice that his license plate was a Pennsylvania plate. And it said: 1 LFA
Looks like a "Snow Bird"
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Seen one in Tucson, a couple blackfridays ago, took off like a beast luckily I was on my Daytona 675 and was able to keep up, they are truly astonishing pieces of machinery
LFA from a rolling start is a beast. Since you have a bike, there was a video on it a while back (it got removed) of a race between a bike and LFA.
Owner of a GSX-R 750 challenged (and wrote about it on the internet) an LFA owner to a rolling start race and said he could beat his LFA. The LFA owner took up the challenge and did a 15 mph rolling start race with him and LFA ended up beating him all the way to 175 mph on the freeway where the bike starting reeling it back, but they ran out of road after that.
The video showed LFA and the GSX-R blasting on the freeway at over 140 - 150 mph and LFA having a 5 - 6 car length lead
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Dude I can believe it, LFAs are no joke, wish I had that kind of money I couldnt even reach 175mph on my daytona had a +2 sprocket in the back it gave me a faster take off but in the long run not so much... But proud to say that I once raced an LFA even from stop light to stop light but hey how often do you get that chance