A team of four travelers – Yvo Kuhling (Netherlands), Liselott Martynenko Agerlid (Sweden), Philomena O'Brien (Australia) and Todd Hepworth (Australia) traveled to 17 countries in 23 hours, 30 minutes.
They visited Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia, Hungary, Romania, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Austria, Slovenia, Italy, Germany, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, France, Luxembourg, Belgium and The Netherlands.
The trip began at Samac in Bosnia and Herzegovina on June 1, 2012 at 20:43. In each country the team got out of the car to step foot in the country and take a couple of photos. A cracking playlist and in-car menu kept the team's morale high throughout the attempt.
A GPS tracker recorded the trip at around five minute intervals and included each country as well. Learn more about the feat here.
Kent Haines and Erin Descoteaux took 41.66 seconds to drive through the
legendary Chandelier Tree while listening to "Maneater" by Hall
William Coe safely drove 3,001,276 miles in a commercial truck. He set
the record between February 12, 1986 and March 14, 2009.
T.K. drove 10 laps backwards on Moo Moo Meadows in Mario Kart Wii in five minutes, 4.35 seconds.
CBC Life drove around the island of Manhattan in 26 minutes and 3
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A total of 54 student campers from iD Tech Camps UC San Diego
pretended to beNASCAR drivers.
Doug McManaman used a .22 caliber bullet to drive a golf ball a
distance of 91 feet (1,092 inches).
Doug McManaman drove a golf ball on covered bridge that measured 172
feet in length.
Trey Shannon drove 845.48 miles (1360.66 kilometers) on a kart track in 24 hours. He set the record to raise awareness about Tourette Syndrome and to raise money for the Tourette Syndrome Association. Learn more about the feat here.
Tai Star drove through 16 consecutive green traffic lights. He started in Phoenix and ended in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Naader Reda ate three king-size Caramel Milky Way bars while driving.
Tai Star recited a 250-word Monty Python quote while stopped at a red traffic light.
Tai Star recited a 265-word quote from Monty Python's The Meaning of Life while driving with a RecordSetter Book of World Records balanced on his head.
Tai Star drove 84.4 miles while balancing a RecordSetter Book of World Records on his head.
Matt M. drove 20,457 meters in a single round of Hill Climb Racing.
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