I got that vid in an email a year ago or so. Proves my point that I always try to make to people - it don't matter what you ride, it's HOW you ride (as to who would be in the lead on a twisty road).
I learned that in AZ when I got passed by a '69 Norton Commando on Hwy.87 outside of Jerome in the twisties. I was riding a '94 CBR600F2, and this was in '99. Guy flat smoked me! Passed me on the inside coming out of a posted 15 MPH curve.
About a year and a half later, me & my buddy got passed coming down Mt. Hamilton from the Lick Observatory by a pair of dual-sports - one I saw was an older XL600R. I was on the same bike, my buddy on a spankin' new GSXR750. These guys passed us like we were standing still!
After buying a DRZ400S 2 years later I saw how that was possible.
Both our bikes were tanks compared to a dual-sport, even though they had 4x the horsepower.