Goodwood Festival of Speed is the best place to try set a new world record. The audience is at maximum level, all the important names are there and Lord March is always happy to see new things on his domain. This year, stuntman Terry Grant has broken his own world record for the fastest mile travelled on two wheels in a four-wheeled vehicle: Nissan’s Juke Nismo RS.
 
Grant had six attempts at travelling up the famous Goodwood hillclimb course during this weekend’s Festival of Speed, but he broke the record on the first go, achieving a time of 2 minutes 10 seconds.
 

After three months of practice and set-up, Grant eclipses his previous record, set in a Nissan Juke at the Festival of Speed in 2011, of 2 minutes 55 seconds and sets a new benchmark for the unique challenge. 

  
"I was shocked at how much faster the Juke Nismo RS was, and to take 45 seconds off what was already a quick time, was unbelievable," said Grant. "To break it by so much on my first attempt was a great way to kick off the weekend, and I’m looking forward to seeing if I can go faster."

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