Top speed is worthless on the track. Any car with a top end worth bragging about will never find a track with a long enough straight to exploit it, excluding Circuit de la Sarthe with the 3.5+mile Mulsanne Straight. Beyond that, Fuji Speedway and the Nurburgring are the only tracks I can think of with really long straightaways, but even there a Super Sport, Venom GT or Agera R wouldn't have a hope of hitting their top speeds unless they were already doing over 200mph going into the straights, which would be impossible.
This is especially true for the Veyron, which takes quite a bit longer to reach its top speed than any of its rivals.
So yeah, acceleration beats top speed any day, anywhere. Track, street, drag strip, Texas Mile, whatever: top speed means nothing, all that matters is how fast you can go before you have to put on the brakes.