Supercar, superbike, F1 car, private jet and fighter jet race

Three supercars, a superbike, a Formula 1 car, a private jet and a fighter jet went head to head at a tech festival in Istanbul yesterday.
Five drivers raced alongside each other on a 400metre runway as the fighter jet and private jet took off next to them at Istanbul's new international airport.
The monumental race took place as part of the aviation, space and technology festival which is being held at the airport ahead of its official opening in October.
The vehicles included a Kawasaki H2R motorcycle, Tesla P100DL, Aston Martin New Vantage and Lotus Evora GT 430 - and there was a VERY close finish.  
Although the Red Bull Formula 1 car gave him a run for his money, ultimately Supersport World Champion Kenan Sofuoglu, from Turkey, rode his Kawasaki H2R motorcycle to victory in the epic race.
The Red Bull car, driven by British Formula 1 driver Jake Dennis, came second.
It was followed by Solo Turk's F-16 jet in third place. The Tesla P100DL, driven by Emma Kimilainen, came fourth. 
Yagiz Avci drove the Aston Martin New Vantage, and Toprak Razgatlioglu raced in a Lotus Evora GT 430.
Winner Mr Sofuoglu, who became a politician in Turkey after retiring in May, also took on a special jet Challenger 605.

But how do the vehicles compare? 
 Lotus Evora GT 430
Top speed: 196 mph (315 km/h)
Horsepower: 430 bhp (320 kW)
Engine size: 3,500 cc
Price: £112,500 
Red Bull Formula 1 car RB14
Top speed: ~210mph 
Engine size: 1,600 cc 
Price: unknown 
F-16 fighter jet
Top speed: 1,500 mph 
Thrust: 27,000lbs
Cost: £11million
Challenger 605
Top speed: 541mph (870km/h)
Thrust: 17,458lbs
Cost: £20.5million
 Kawasaki Ninja H2R 
Top speed: 250mph (400km/h)
Horsepower:  310 bhp (230 kW) 
Engine size: 998 cc
Prize: £42,000
Tesla P100DL
Top speed: 155mph (250 km/h)
Horsepower: 778 bph (585 kW) 
Range: 0-62 mph (100 km/h) in 2.1 seconds 
Price: £85,000-110,000
Aston Martin New Vantage
Top speed: 195mph (315km/h) 
Horsepower:  503bhp (375 kW)
Engine size: 4,000 cc 
Price: £120,900  
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