Tsutomu Nihei wondrously conveys a thrilling experience of motorcycle speed. My guess is that his combined use of point of view and panel size in the page below is pretty basic, nuts-and-bolts cartooning, but it strikes me as quite effective. The long aerial shot offers the least immediate experience of speed, and the generous panel size reinforces that. The switch to a frontal shot of the oncoming motorcycle offers a more immediate experience of speed, as reflected in the smaller panel. The panel constricts further, suggesting the greatest rapidity, in the first-person shot from the motorcyclist’s pov.
And in the page below, the use of curvature suggests an experience of speed intense enough to warp the perception of space:
I like the flare in the right side of the lower panel and the accompanying sound effect, marking the point where the oncoming motorcycle passes and the implied spectator turns her head to watch it zoom away. The contraction of the lower panel here serves basically the same function as in the previous example, to suddenly accelerate the action and give a certain torque to the experience. (via)