If a motorcycle is travelling at 60km/h while a car is also travelling at the same speed, will the car hit the motorcycle in front?

the situation is as such: the car is tailgating the motorcycle going at 60km/h, will the car still hit the motorcyclist?

If say the car did hit the motorcycle, where would the car be if the motorcycle is about 5m away from the original accident spot?

Other answer:

fenrisfurr:
If they're both travelling the same speed and the same direction, they won't collide with each other unless the motorcycle slows down or the car accelerates.
fenrisfurr:
If the car was over taking the motorcycle who is still travelling at 60km/h, the impact will not have thrown the bike that far am I right to say?
Hannah:
if they are travelling at the same speed in the same direction, they will not hit
Gavin:
if they are travelling at the same speed in the same direction, they will not hit
Keith:
if they are travelling at the same speed in the same direction, they will not hit
Paladin:
if they are travelling at the same speed in the same direction, they will not hit
Langdon:
Really?
Jones:
Really?
Joe:
Really?