Real-life Iron Man Richard Browning set a new Guinness World Record.
Updated: Mar 2, 2020
British inventor dubbed the "real life Iron Man" has set a new Guinness World Record for the fastest jet pack. BRAVE Richard Browning, and he owns a company called Gravity which is dedicated to developing his invention, the body-controlled jet engine suit named Daedalus.
Now, Browning has added a Guinness world record title to this list of accomplishments.
Browning successfully flew his Daedalus suit at a record speed of speed of 51.53 km/h (32.02 mph) on his third attempt above the Lagoona Park in Reading, England. Despite mistiming a turn and dropping into the lake a little while later, Browning still managed to set a new world record for fastest speed in a body-controlled jet engine power suit.
Watch as Gravity founder and jet suit pilot Richard Browning attempts to break his own world record. Gravity
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Photo by: Guinness World record
Video by: Cnet
Credits to: Anthony Cuthbertson