British inventor Richard Browning broke the record for fastest speed in a body-controlled jet engine powered suit (wind-guided) on Nov. 14 in honor of Guinness World Records Day.
Browning more than doubled his previous record set in 2017 and flew at a speed of 85.06 mph at Brighton Pier in England.
“That’s what innovation is all about, not being afraid to have a go knowing you might well fail,” Browning told Inside Edition. According to Guinness World Records, the fastest Browning had flown in practice was 75 mph, so even he was surprised to hit 85 mph during the show on Thursday.
Watch his incredible flight in the clip above.
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