The 16-year-old racer set a new world record for Guinness S-wearing piles.

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.

The 16-year-old racer set a new world record for Guinness S-wearing piles.

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 16-year-old racer set a new world record for Guinness S-wearing piles.

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.