The difference between a supercar and the Ferrari SF90 4

Welcome to the very closed circle of the most efficient machines on the planet.

The McLaren 765LT sits pretty much at the top of the sports car hierarchy. Extreme version of an already vertiginous 720S naturally, this 765 horsepower super-sportswoman cuts down from 0 to 200 km / h in 7.2 seconds and can beat a Senna in a straight line, yet reputed to be capable of speeding from 0 to 200 even faster km / h (6.8 seconds).

But the Ferrari SF90 Stradale is even stronger. With its 1000 horsepower hybrid V8 (assisted by three electric motors), it claims a 0 to 200 km / h shot in 6.7 seconds. In reality, she seems to be able to walk even harder than that: some videos show her performing the exercise in less than 6.5 seconds, coming dangerously close to the figures of a Bugatti Chiron (0 to 100 km / h in 6.1 seconds, or 5.5 seconds in the Pure Sport version).

Duel of catapults

That’s why the McLaren 765LT suddenly looks less breathtaking when put alongside the Ferrari in a straight-line standing start race. There you have two of the best automotive sports machines of all time, just that …