The 16-year-old racer broke the world record for the fastest S-pile by driving a Porsche overslee.

A 16-year-old racer has set a new Guinness World Record for the fastest car Serpenian pile, while the Porsche 718 Spyder has a new performance measure, known as the most agile car on earth,media reported. Chloe Chambers, from Hudson Valley, New York, is understood to have been competing in go-kart races since she was eight years old.

The 16-year-old racer broke the world record for the fastest S-pile by driving a Porsche overslee.

She has won a number of club, state and national races and grand prix, and now she has broken the world record.

The 16-year-old racer broke the world record for the fastest S-pile by driving a Porsche overslee.

On August 21st, local time, she drove a Porsche 2020 718 Spyder between 51 cones, each 50 feet (15 meters) apart, on an airport runway in New Jersey. As a result, Chambers ran the entire course in just 47.45 seconds without hitting any obstacles in the process. That put her more than half a second faster than the previous record set in 2018 by a Chinese racer driving a Chevrolet Camaro RS.

The 16-year-old racer broke the world record for the fastest S-pile by driving a Porsche overslee.

The 16-year-old racer broke the world record for the fastest S-pile by driving a Porsche overslee.

It’s worth noting that former world record holder Jia Qiang has more disadvantages than Chambers, not including camaro. It is understood that he never had long enough free roads to practice driving on more than 20 cones before attempting to set records, and that his record was set on an abandoned track covered in dust, stones and potholes.