Australia's fastest animal is the Kangaroo. The fastest recorded speed of a Kangaroo is 70 km/h which is 25 km/h FASTER than the fastest recorded speed of Australia's flightless bird the Emu.
The highest wind speed ever recorded in a tornado was 302 mph. Other tornadoes, however, may have had faster winds that simply weren't measured. The fastest known forward speed of a tornado was 73 mph.
75.2 metres/sec = 75.2 x 3600 met/hr = 75.2 x 3.6 km/hr ie 270.72 km/hr
The world's faster car must be faster than the world's fastest roller coaster.
The fastest recorded so far is 6.13s but it is likely that cheetahs can run much faster than this in the wild.
Helicopters created nowadays generally have 2 or 3 blades. The fastest recorded helicopter has 3 blades. as it revolves more pressure is put forth and therefore the helicopter travels faster
In terms of forward speed a tornado usually moves faster. The average tornado moves at 35 mph, sometimes faster than 60 mph. Hurricanes usually move at 10-20mph, rarely as high as 40 mph. In terms of wind speed a tornado can be much stronger The fastest wind recorded in a hurricane were 190 mph. The fastest winds recorded in a tornado were 302 mph.
The fastest winds measured in a tornado were 302 mph in a tornado that struck the Oklahoma City area on May 3, 1999. However, other tornadoes may have had faster winds that were not measured, as it is rare to get an actual wind measurement from a tornado. The fastest known traveling speed of a tornado was 73 mph in the Tr-State tornado of March 18, 1925.
The fastest land animal is the cheetah which has a recorded speed of 109.4-120.7 km/h (68.0-75.0 mph). However most birds fly (rather than run!) and many move faster than the cheetah. The fastest bird is the peregrine falcon and with a stoop speed of 389 km/h (242 mph) makes this bird fastest member of the animal kingdom. The fastest ground bird (flightless runner) is the Ostrich which can run at 96.6.km/h (60 mph).
In the sentence that you give, John was faster but Billy was the fastest, there are comparative adjectives, faster and fastest. The verb in this sentence is was. It is not a comparative verb, just a verb. An existential verb, to be precise.
the enzo is the fastest