Real-life Iron Man breaks world record for fastest speed in jet engine match
By Express News Desk|Update: November 19, 2017
British Inventor and business owner, Richard Browning, skyrocketed into the record books when he made the fastest ever speed in a body-controlled jet engine power fit.
The creator and primary test pilot of Gravity Industries attained a speed of 32.02 miles per hour (51.53 km/h) on his last and 3rd timed effort over a lake in Reading, England.
Richard stated: “It is an extremely unique minute each time we dress, it’s about 45 kilos, you actually understand you’re about to do something as the engines begins bring up, it begins to develop, you can pick up the energy and the minute the ground leaves your feet and you’re really in the air it’s an enjoyment to happiness.”