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Sticky i said what production cars(meaning stock) have that trap speed.
The Saleen S7 Twin Turbo would technically qualify, right?

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The f1 is a race car that is gutted and has nothing in it, that car is a luxury car so they dont have the same mission,
Not true at all, the F1 actually has more cargo and passenger space because it was better thought out. It isn't stripped out, it weighs less because it is built intelligently and efficiently.

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as far as the argument about the hp needed for that top speed when you start getting over 200 it starts taking more and more power to get more speed, and the ss weighs less,has different aero, more power, re mapped gear box, etc so they changed allot
Read this regarding top speed, it will help:

As the drag increases as a square of the speed, the power requirement increases as a cube of the speed because the power itself is speed-dependent. The Veyron because of its high CDA figure and huge cooling drag needs 1001 hp to go 12 mph faster than a McLaren F1 producing 627 hp. To help understand the problem of starting a car program from a weak point aerodynamically, we do some calculations: A turbocharged F1 producing 1001 hp would achieve 281 mph assuming the same drivetrain efficiency. Another way of looking at this equation is that an F1 would need "only" 740 hp to reach the Bugatti's top speed. All this demonstrates just what an uphill struggle the Bugatti team faced to achieve their targets.
It isn't once you start getting over 200, it is when you have a poor coefficient of drag and keep trying to push it higher and higher. Since the McLaren F1 has a better design it can go further with less power. That is why mathematically with the same power it would hit a far higher top speed. That is why the Veyron is overrated, it needs a ton of power to push a comparatively poor design past something done in the early 90's with far less power. Goes to show you which was engineered better.