Table of Contents

## What is a good power-to-weight ratio for a sports car?

Top 50 Supercars listed by power to weight ratios

Horsepower | Power to Weight (hp/lb) | |
---|---|---|

Top Fuel | 7,000 | 304.35 |

Formula 1 Car | 850 | 54.92 |

Moto GP | 240 | 69.36 |

Caparo T1 | 575 | 47.42 |

## What car has the highest power to weight?

Top 100 cars and bikes with highest power to weight ratio 2021

Rank | Make and model | Power to weight ratio |
---|---|---|

1. | Ducati Superleggera V4 | 1539 ps (1518 bhp) |

2. | Ferrari F2004 | 1458 ps (1438 bhp) |

3. | Renault R24 | 1374 ps (1355 bhp) |

4. | Ferrari SF15-T | 1358 ps (1340 bhp) |

**What is my watts per kg?**

Simply put, your watts per kilo (w/kg) is your power to weight ratio. Watts per Kilo is your max power output, in watts, divided by your weight in kilos. For example, someone with a weight or mass of 80kg with a sustainable power output of 280 watts will have a power to weight ratio of 3.5 watts per kilo (3.5W/kg).

**What is a good FTP?**

Average recreational cyclists would be about 2.5-3.0 Watts/Kg for FTP. People who race regularly may be 3.0-3.75. You get above 3.75-4.25 and those are local elite racers. Anything over 4.25 is domestic pro and it goes up from there.

### Is 4.2 watts per kg good?

And so is 4W/kg if you consider that 6W/kg on the major climbs of grand tours is about the benchmark for being in the first half of the field. However, 4W/kg is still better than most club level cyclists, and is literally lapping everyone on the couch. So it’s a great goal to target.

### How do you calculate power to weight ratio?

Calculating the power to weight ratio is easy. You simply get your average power for a given time and divide it by your weight in kilograms. That will provide you with the PWR for that given duration.

**What is the power to weight ratio in automobiles?**

It’s very easy to calculate a power-to-weight ratio. Simply divide the power output of a vehicle by its weight. For example, if you have a car that weights 2000 pounds and has 250 hp, the PWR will be as follows: 250 / 2000 = 0.125 hp for every pound of car. Power-to-weight ratio (PWR) formula

**How to calculate power to weight ratio cycling?**

Cycling Power to Weight Ratio Calculator Convert weight from lbs to kgs. If you already know your weight in kg, then skip to step 2. Input your weight (kg) & power (watts) Your Calculated Power to Weight Ratio. Looks like you need to train a bit harder if you want to start racing!

#### What does power to weight mean?

Power-to-weight (specific power) The power-to-weight ratio (Specific Power) formula for an engine (power plant) is the power generated by the engine divided by the mass. (“Weight” in this context is a colloquial term for “mass”.