Guinness Record by driving on Beer bottles

A driver sets a new Guinness World Record by driving along two rows of beer bottles for 60 metres. Li Guiwen, an army driver from Beijing, set the record at a record-setting event hosted by China Central Television and the Guinness World Record Office. He drove along two beer 'roads' composed of 1,798 bottles that had been set up in Wenzhou, eastern China's Zhejiang province. Li drove along the two standing tracks for 60.19 metres in a time of 8m 28s. He had previously attempted the same stunt last year but failed after wet weather caused his right tyre to slip. | Site Maintained by Shyam Srinivas | Admin Login
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