British motorcycle racer set world speed record in the sandMay 27, 2019
British motorcycle racer Zef Eisenberg set a new world speed record in the sand among four-wheeled vehicles. Check in took place on the Pendine Sands beach in Wales.
The achievement was set on a significantly modified Porsche 911 Turbo supercar, which was upgraded by ES Motors and the Eisenberg MADMAX Race Team.
The car was equipped with a 4.1-liter racing engine with a new transmission, clutches and fuel system. Recoil motor was 1200 horsepower. In addition, the coupe received a special suspension capable of getting rid of sand.
Porsche 911 Turbo was able to accelerate on the beach to a record 534 km per hour. Eisenberg was also able to set several more world speed records on the sand, including a quarter mile and one mile aisle.
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