Surprisingly, the stopping distances for bikes and cars don't vary that much. Fit the same sticky tires on a Chevy Suburban and it will stop in nearly the same distance as a Porsche 911.
Everything else being equal (which is never is), cars generally do a little better because they have more tire contact area and because it is easier, both for a driver and/or ABS system, to get all the wheels close to lockup without skidding. Since virtually all modern brake systems can easily bring all wheels to lockup, it is mostly a matter of the skill of the driver/rider and the interaction of the tires and pavement at a particular time, temp, etc.
The S1000RR has good brakes, but so do lots of bikes, so I wouldn't expect it to perform markedly better (or worse) in stopping distance than other sport bikes. Again, variations in tires completely overwhelm the variations in brakes.