Race on broomsticks, or Ride with the wind in the trash can!By Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/race-on-broomsticks-or-ride-with-the-wind-in-the-trash-can
What crazy inventors will not come up with, trying to surprise the audience! Recently, the UK hosted a show of the fastest vehicles, which set several world records. The trick is that the participants used unusual objects as transport-garden wheelbarrows, toilets, chairs and even garbage cans. Find out which of the resourceful masters became the record holder, from our material.
Crazy racers break world records, rushing in wheelbarrows, garbage cans and on bar stools. Resourceful inventors develop mind-blowing speed on unusual transport, making the audience laugh.
28-year-old engineer Andy Jennings (Andy Jennings) turned a garbage can into a high-speed vehicle, equipping it with a motorcycle engine, gearbox, ignition, seat and steering wheel from a scooter. Representatives of the Guinness Book of Records recorded a record when a Briton raced past them at a speed of 72 km/h.
Crazy Kevin Nicks (Kevin Nicks) also broke the record, driving a garden wheelbarrow with a motor at a speed of 74 km/h. He constructed it from improvised materials, so as not to get bored during the lockdown.
Trevor Duckworth (Trevor Duckworth) used a bar stool as a transport, developing a speed of 36 km/h on it. The man broke 50 world and British speed records.
Mark Foster (Mark Foster) set a world record, rushing on an electric monowheel at a speed of 95 km/h.
Another inventor from the UK, Colin Furze (Colin Furze), designed the fastest toilet on the planet, which accelerates to 90 km/h. The former plumber has already broken six world records, and his videos on the YouTube channel have gained more than a billion views.
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