The New York to Los Angeles Cannonball Record that Ed Bolian, Dave Black, and Dan Huang set in 2013 has just been broken by Arne Toman, Doug Tabbutt, and Berkeley Chadwick. Here’s the amazing story of the fastest cross country drive of all time. (Dec 3, 2019)
* There’s ANOTHER New Cannonball Record * (May 14, 2020)
Jessi Combs is officially the world’s fastest woman. Guinness World Records posthumously awarded Combs the title after she was clocked at 522.783 miles per hour before the crash that took her life in August 2019. After her death, Combs’ family stated that “Jessi’s most notable dream was to become the fastest woman on Earth.” Mission accomplished, Jessi.
According to Guinness, the previous record for land speed held by a woman was … More
Hans Mezger, who developed numerous Porsche engines and race cars over a 37-year tenure with the Stuttgart automaker, has passed away at 90 years old. You might not be familiar with his name, but much of the world is familiar with is work. The carmaker’s lengthy statement on Mezger’s passing includes the line, “Porsche owes him not only the Porsche 911’s air-cooled, six-cylinder boxer engine but also the overall construction of the 917 and its twelve-cylinder engine as well as his creation of the TAG Turbo Formula One engine.” If Mezger had only done that much, he’d be worthy of canonization in the auto engineering ranks. But the details of resume include so much more.
Mezger graduated from what is now the University of Stuttgart in 1956 with a reputation that … More
All the pearl-clutching about the morality of performing a Cannonball Run during a global pandemic seems to have been for nothing, with Ed Bolian reporting America’s most illegal record has been beaten seven times in the span of just five weeks.
According to Bolian, who has been in contact with the new record holders, the time to beat is now less than 26 hours. A sub 28-hour Cannonball Run was once unthinkable.
These are the extreme lengths people will go to break the Cannonball Run record
… Meet Ed. He’s a tall, slow-speaking 27-year-old from Atlanta who used to breed albino lizards, teaches Sunday School with his wife and makes a living selling Lamborghinis.
Oh, and Ed Bolian is also the quickest man in America.
Yep, this gangly, goofy-looking used-car salesman is the fastest man on four wheels across the States, a title he earned after driving the breadth of the country – some 4527km – in a record-shattering, eyeball-searing, police-dodging 28 hours and 50 minutes … More
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