A 51-kilometer hour-high speed cruise in a “body-driven jet dress”, a world record, is a British inventor.
Richard Browning, also known as the “Real Iron Man”, has risen to record speeds in a third run in a record run in the Lagoona Park in Reading, England. After an unlucky turn, he ended up in the water, but he could not overshadow his record-breaking pleasure – wrote news.sky.com.
A Guinness World Records representative verified on Tuesday’s record, but only on Thursday, the World Record of Guinness World Records.
Iron Man’s suit consists of six kerosene powered micro-gas turbines. Dressing can only be controlled by moving the body, so Browning had to do serious muscle strength before the record test to be able to balance the air.
“Every occasion is special when you’re dressed, as you take about 45kg, so you feel that something big is going to happen now,” said Browning, founder and chief test driver of the British technology company, Gravity Industries.
Source: MTI / Picture: delmagyar.hu /