Lawnmower Honda again set a record for the Guinness bookJune 10, 2019
During a fantastic ride, the lawn mower set a new world record after a five-year hiatus. For 6.29 seconds, it accelerated from standstill to 161 km / h.
Lawnmower Honda Mean Mower once again recognized the fastest in the world. Recall, March 8, 2014, this lawn mower has already set a world record. At the landfill in Spain, this model accelerated to 187.6 km / h. Pierce Ward, editor of the popular automotive magazine Top Gear, drove the unusual racing car. Honda frisky lawn mower that day broke its own record set in May of 2010. Today it became known that on the account of this model is a new record.
According to the publication “Top Gear”, the new Guinness book record for acceleration from standstill to one hundred miles per hour (or 161 km / h) belongs to the lawn mower Honda Mean Mower V2. The test took place at the Dekra Lausitzring circuit near Dresden.
At the wheel of an extreme lawn mower this time sat racer Jessica Hawkins. Under her management, the Japanese model of garden equipment showed an average time of 6.29 seconds. The maximum speed of the mower was also demonstrated there: it was dispersed to an incredible 243 km / h.
Recall, the second version of the Honda Mean Mower is based on an individually designed steel chassis with a body from a Honda HF 2622 garden tractor. Instead of a standard power unit, this lawnmower gets a liter row four from a CBR1000RR Fireblade SP with a capacity of 203 hp. The total mass of the frame and engine reaches 69.1 kilograms.
Meanwhile, the Volkswagen I.D. R set a new electrical lap record of the legendary Nürburgring race track.
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