Cars confuse me. On paper, a bike SHOULD pull away everywhere. But two times I messed-around with cars on the highway, I don't know where I'd put my money.
Once was with some big AMG Merc on the slab. I was on a K6 1000. He pulled up beside me and wanted to go so why not. At 120 kms, I dropped just a gear (5th), thinking "it's just a car
"... and he made me look downright stupid. We repeated this over and over again for a few minutes and even when starting from 2nd (I know that bike could've done 1st no problem but I didn't want to) and it came down to who dropped the hammer first.
My buddy had a BMW M5. Can't recall the year but it was an E39 body, the year before they switched from V10 (505 hp) 'down' to a V8 TT. Same results.
That same buddy is the guy who told me he was taken for a ride in a C5 Z06 and it was the only car he was ever actually scared in.
A 600? You'll kill it. Even on a bigger bike, it'll be down to the operator / reflexes.
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EDIT: Cars, especially with an automatic, are much easier to launch, especially with TC and launch control. Hold the wheel and stomp the gas. It just takes a much
higher skill level to actually ring everything a bike has to give in comparison so with equal operators and sufficient (ridiculous) horsepower, cars have the edge. It'll take a top-notch skilled rider to make the 'on paper' advantage that bikes have to actually pay off.