The Top Gear Live Stunt Team has recently set a new world record by becoming the first to complete a double loop the loop on four wheels.
According to the Top Gear Live Stunt Team, the world breaking attempt was held in South Africa, at the Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban, in front of more than 15,000 people. The stunt named the Deadly 720 was introduced by the three presenters of the UK Top Gear, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May, who were quite impressed by the “event”.
“It was quite remarkable. As anyone who has seen Top Gear either live or on TV will know, we are much more famous for mucking about and breaking other things like caravans – certainly not for breaking world records! I’m just glad no one asked me to do it”, said Jeremy Clarkson before the world breaking attempt began.
The buggy who has broken the world record for doing the first complete double loop the loop on four wheels has been travelling at a speed of 24 mph and 26 mph and if it hadn’t entered each loop at the minimum speed, the vehicle would have fallen at the top of the loop and more speed would have meant more G force on the driver, causing him to black out. You can watch the full video below. Enjoy!