According tomedia reports, driving a car through a conical barrier may seem like a relatively simple thing, but you may not think so if you have to pass quickly. If you’re still driving over a conical barrier 50 feet (about 15 meters) away with super-fast speed, it’s a different story. Some might say 50 feet is a long distance, but if you’re driving through cars at high speed, you’ll get the feeling — there’s not enough room for you to adjust your position before you realize the next obstacle is coming out.
That’s why Porsche announced on Thursday that its Porsche 718 Spyder helped 16-year-old racer Chloe Chambers win the Guinness World Record for 50 tapered serpenoid piles.
Chambers, who has competed in go-kart races since she was 11 years old, finished with a time of 47.45 seconds.
The previous world record was set in China in December 2018 by Jia Qiang driving a Chevrolet Camaro RS. It finished the race in a staggering 48.114 seconds. Even more impressively, also in China, Guo Nan set a record for conical S-wearing piles, but Guo Nan’s record was set in the event of several tire leaks. It was a near-shocking 54:82 seconds, and it seemed to be a third-generation Mini Cooper base car that accomplished the feat.