Well, we know what you could do, but it seems that the rider in the adjacent video has a different view: he just refuses and he won’t even give a reason for his decision. For the record, the GT-R and the R6 both come with sub-three second 0 to 62 mph times and maybe the biker didn’t want to take things past that point.
However, the man and the woman in the car are not strangers to autoevolution readers. We’ve talked about them in the past. The vehicle is owned by Youtube member Robert Himler, who places his friend Amy behind the wheel. Amy, who comes from Australia had never driven any other supercar, or left-hand drive vehicle before she got behind the wheel of Robert’s Godzilla.