Just the opposite.
Initially, the speeds will be the same.
The one with the lower normalized drag (drag/mass) will reach terminal velocity last and will have a higher terminal velocity.
Given the same drag, the L would reach terminal velocity last due to its higher mass and that velocity would be greater than the R's.
Of course this discussion is moot to a point, because this only applies if you thruogh them both off a roof. In a top speed contest the one with the combination of HP/TQ, least wind resistance, and rolling resistance would win....but you guys knew that!