0-160 is useless, for on a track, you will be going much faster than that on almost all tracks. The times that matter are later acceleration, like 0-200, or 0-300. Ferrari has a history of understating statistics. For whatever reason they do so, I don't know, but they do. Ferrari claims a time of 15 seconds to 300, and less than 7 seconds to 200. So you can count on LaFerrari putting down times a bit faster than those numbers. The SS puts a time of 14.6 seconds to 300, and 6.7 to 200. My guess is it will be close. And around a track, LaFerrari and P1 will smoke the SuperSport. That 4500 pound tank won't turn like nimble 2700 pound cars derived from F1 technology. But it all comes down to function. The Veyron wants to be the fastest car in a line, and still comfortable and refined. In this, it succeeds. LaFerrari and P1 intend to be specifically the fastest cars around tracks, and in this they succeed.