Brian J. lifted a vehicle weighing 3,640 pounds by blowing through a tube connected to a lift bag under the vehile.
He set the record during Family Fun Fest hosted by Victory Christian Church in Middlefield, Connecticut.
Montystar Agarawal pulled a truck and a Toyota Fortuner 50 meters using only his hair. The two vehicles weighed a total of 5,200 kilograms.
Kapil Gehlot used his teeth to pull a vehicle weighing 740
kilograms while wearing roller skates.
Ludo M. ate 10 types of cheese under a car.
Sebastian H. juggled five soccer balls for 6.95 seconds while standing on a car.
Noah L. drove through 186 consecutive green traffic lights while driving around New York City.
Pat Cassels and Brian Murphy from College Humor sat in a Ford Focus ST and told 60 jokes in two minutes, 18.60 seconds. Watch the full Ford Focus ST video here. The record was officiated by RecordSetter president Dan Rollman.
19-year-old Paul "Sasquatch" Miller of the Omega Force Strength Team pulled a 30,000-pound truck 50 feet. He set the record during the 2016 Jacksonian Festival in Scottsville, Kentucky.
WARNING: This record can be extremely dangerous. Please do not attempt this record unless you are trained as a professional stunt performer.
Kent Haines and Erin Descoteaux took 41.66 seconds to drive through the
legendary Chandelier Tree while listening to "Maneater" by Hall
Austin F. kissed a car 73 times in 30 seconds.
Mani Shankar, a four-year-old boy, pulled a car 60 feet (720 inches)
using his hair.
Olof Eriksson completed a 360-degree spin out using a rear-wheel drive car in 6.24 seconds.
Costas "The Pen Guy" Schuler glued 10,000 pens to his Mercedes Benz.
Powered by the all-new KIA Sportage, KIA Motors South Africa set the record for the World’s Longest Test Drive Relay.
The KIA Motors team, together with 520 test drivers, drove a total of 3,291 kilometers exploring six South African provinces over a seven-day period. Learn more about the feat here.
Oran Sands drove around a roundabout in Carmel, Indiana for three hours, 34 minutes, 33.24 seconds. Sands drove a total of 65.21 miles. The event was mapped via GPS using the MapMyRide app. View map here.
Chris Batts pulled a 2,100-kilogram car 25 meters in 57.88 seconds while in a wheelchair.
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