SSC Tuatara Record Re-Run: Is 282.9 mph a Real Record?

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Good morning, Carmrades!
In this video, @Robert Mitchell and I will talk you through SSC's latest re-run and our opinions.
00:00 Good morning, Carmrades!
00:53 Recap
03:12 Why is Robert in the Press release?
05:20 Our Involvement
07:43 Did they do it?
09:23 THE DRIVER
15:40 "Production Car"
26:26 Two-Way Average
30:45 Will it go faster?
32:45 Are You Satisfied?
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Komentáře

  1. mufflejoy
    mufflejoy
    Před 5 dny

    So refreshing to be in the company of petrolheads not married to a brand, genuinly interested in the innovation and pursuit of progress. Well done.

  2. Tommy Wilson
    Tommy Wilson
    Před 10 dny

    SSC made a real big and real steep hill for themselves to climb back up but it's hard to think of a better way to start that climb than with integrity, professionalism and honesty.

  3. Jon & Alycia
    Jon & Alycia
    Před 12 dny

    316mph is a long way off from 282

  4. Ulrich Suter
    Ulrich Suter
    Před 17 dny

    the car is fast - strangely enough they did not go back to the same piece of road and suddenly the car is about 40 miles slower...

  5. Roland Lawrence
    Roland Lawrence
    Před 21 dnem

    its fast. but i dont care about these guys. the negative has sucked away any joy there might have been. also roberts kick to the kerb "well straight line speed is one thing but corners are much harder". so in robs words. the ssc is a drag car with american style circuit handling. ie like a barge.

  6. Albert Weedstein The Thug Genius
    Albert Weedstein The Thug Genius
    Před 22 dny

    Robert looks a bit sunburnt.

  7. Jan Kees
    Jan Kees
    Před 27 dny

    I am the only one who is just staring all the time at the wheelarches of the cars in the back how cool and tight low they are? Race cars look the best!

  8. Tiffany Mitchell
    Tiffany Mitchell
    Před 27 dny

    10:27 hahahahaha well done

    1. Misha Charoudin
      Misha Charoudin
      Před 27 dny

      🥰🥰🥰

  9. Alfred Smith
    Alfred Smith
    Před 27 dny

    I made it to the end! Guinness can only certify world records! That’s how you solve the problem! And Tuatara is crap!

  10. Marcin Zetowski
    Marcin Zetowski
    Před 27 dny

    Second pass.Take a look at the fact that between 450 - 460 km / h it accelerates by about a second faster than in the range of 420-430 km / h

  11. N. O.
    N. O.
    Před 28 dny

    I live almost infinitely closer to SSC than I do to Koenigsegg but given the choice, I'd still buy the "slower" Koenigsegg, a Porsche 911 GT2 RS, or GT3RS than a SSC. However, I'm not going to be able to get any of those any time soon. A Viper ACR or C7 ZR1 (or Z06) may someday be within my reach.

  12. Don M
    Don M
    Před 28 dny

    Well well well my crow eating doubting Thomas's. This astonishing blast of speed on a 3.2 mile stretch has been verified. Great driving, great engineering, great tuning. As this project continues to improve its top speeds on different tracks, we all look forward to the new levels of performance created.....Congratulations Dyno Don

  13. Frans Badenhorst
    Frans Badenhorst
    Před 28 dny

    I really can not understand why this is jawboned to death? Geeeezus.... Well, for one, I admire Jerod, his calm demeanor throughout the whole "event", the re-run, putting up with critics, admirable... And that car will go to 300, for sure

  14. 1911indi
    1911indi
    Před 29 dny

    you guys are so good that i do not know which channel to watch first....misha or bobby ??? need to correct this dilemma before the ssc speed run !!!!!!!!!!

  15. Alex Xander
    Alex Xander
    Před 29 dny

    How is that a world record? Didn't Bugatti do 304mph?

    1. Cui Bono
      Cui Bono
      Před 22 dny

      @julian hernandez On the SSC webpage SSC defines what a production car is: *"In order to claim a world record, the Tuatara had to be a production vehicle; it must be identical to the same vehicle a customer might purchase."* SSC changed the gearbox for the 286mph run to accelerate faster. *THE SIMPLE FACT THEY CHANGED THE GEARBOX MEANS SSC BROKE THEIR OWN DEFINITION OF A PRODUCTION CAR.*

    2. Alex Xander
      Alex Xander
      Před 28 dny

      @julian hernandez Can a non factory-tuned Tuatara achieve that speed? Last time they couldn't handle even 250mph before 2 cylinders blew up.

    3. julian hernandez
      julian hernandez
      Před 28 dny

      That Bugatti wasn't a production model it was modified one so 1 of 1 basically...this car is exactly what any customer is going to get when they buy it. Also you have to run twice one run in one direction, turn around and run the second run in the opposite direction and average the two speeds that Bugatti only ran in one direction so didn't get the record.

  16. Tripod
    Tripod
    Před 29 dny

    To the Bugatti issue: Bugatti is not counted as a official record because Bugatti only does their runs in one direction. This is due to them using VWs high speed track in Ehra-Lessien near Wolfsburg with a straight of 8.7km. This track is only driven in one direction so they see it as unsafe to start driving a car in the other direction at nearly 500kmh because the asphalt would be too rough in that direction. But the whole test facility and the high speed straight are completely surrounded by dense woods so I don’t see wind as a major factor ..

  17. Aaron
    Aaron
    Před 29 dny

    Nico Rosberg may have that pace in his Mercedes, but he still works for them.

  18. ROB
    ROB
    Před 29 dny

    282.9 mph? I thought they claimed 335 mph. I rather go with a more reputable company that doesn't fudge numbers for a car that is over a million dollars.

    1. Cui Bono
      Cui Bono
      Před 21 dnem

      @Jim Wheeler Who said that? LOL, nope. This leaves the name Shelby in automotive terms solely to Carroll, regarded as the father of the Cobra and all-round US motorsport legend. Trouble reading?

    2. Jim Wheeler
      Jim Wheeler
      Před 21 dnem

      @Cui Bono , hey Einstein, so you appear to think that the Shelby Cobra is Carroll Shelby's design

    3. Cui Bono
      Cui Bono
      Před 22 dny

      @ROB "Shelby Super Cars, is changing its name: from now on it'll be called SSC North America. Jerod Shelby, owner of SSC, has come to a settlement with Carroll Shelby Licensing and its corporate parent Carroll Shelby International, to drop the use of the Shelby name. *This leaves the name Shelby in automotive terms solely to Carroll,* regarded as the father of the Cobra and all-round US motorsport legend. Which is probably a good thing, as SSC founder Jerod Shelby is no relation to Carroll and the companies are in no way linked." On the SSC webpage SSC defines what a production car is: *"In order to claim a world record, the Tuatara had to be a production vehicle; it must be identical to the same vehicle a customer might purchase."* SSC changed the gearbox for the 286mph run to accelerate faster. *THE SIMPLE FACT THEY CHANGED THE GEARBOX MEANS SSC BROKE THEIR OWN DEFINITION OF A PRODUCTION CAR.* Its running on show & display numberplates. No airbags, no crash testing, no emissions certificate, no type approval, no winter testing, no health & safety, no federalization, nothing. NEVER FORGET: *SSC lied about going 331mph. They EDITED a video but most importantly, because this shows INTENT, they lied about having the data confirmed by the measurement supplier, ["Austrian company Dewetron has said it was not directly involved in SSC's claimed 331mph run, despite claims in a press release from SSC"].*

    4. Jim Wheeler
      Jim Wheeler
      Před 29 dny

      @ROB , I have seen the video about the second test session in which the Tuatara overheated and the reason for it doing so are explained and it's perfectly understandable. It was still able to accelerate to 252 mph befor the midpoint of the track before the owner/driver let off the throttle because he could sense that something was wrong, and he was right, as it was only running on six of its eight cylinders. As for your idiotic comment about the Koenigsegg Agera RS being a dime a dozen, I looked when you first said that Koenigseggs are easy to purchase because of the pandemic and I saw a 2008 Koenigsegg CCX for $1,595,000 and a 2011 Koenigsegg Agera R for $2,364,949. Not exactly a dime a dozen.

    5. ROB
      ROB
      Před 29 dny

      @Jim Wheeler ...buddy, the SSC Tuatara broke down numerous times before it could do a run of 282.9 mph and its $1.9 million. The bottom line is they lied about its top speed. SR Auto Group had an Koenigsegg Agera RS for sale last month. Dime a dozen....

  19. Jörg Schneider
    Jörg Schneider
    Před měsícem

    Normaly i Like watching your Videos, but i think, there are other themes which deserve more time than this Video. Too Long. Just my 2 Cents. Go on Misha, i know you you have plenty ideas.... 😘😘😇😇

  20. Alec Day
    Alec Day
    Před měsícem

    With a small top end adjustment and adjustment to the gearing for maybe 4th-7th gears, i could see the Tuatara go over 300 MPH (483 KPH) no problem as it has the acceleration already, it can hit over 200 MPH (322 KPH) pretty quickly and i could see it start to peter out at around 305 MPH (491 KPH) onto a 322 MPH (518.2 KPH) V-MAX. That is purely my guess. But if the gearing is made more aggressive I could see it going even higher than that. But 331 MPH (533 KPH) is pretty unrealistic to say the least and it is good for Jarrod and the boys to go back and redo the attempt as there was some fishiness to the initial record attempt back in October of 2020. Now they have an official record of 283 MPH (455 KPH) and it is a truly-earned record and I couldn't be happier for them congratulations to the team at SSC and the owner/driver of the car. they pulled it off and without much of a problem and i hope they go for 300 MPH (483 KPH) in the future cause that would be amazing if they did cause that is a race I hope they win cause of the redemption story here.

  21. Abi Sahid
    Abi Sahid
    Před měsícem

    Also it would to be interesting for any car brand that attempts this top speeds runs to show the GPS real speed along with the car speedometer so we can see the differences .

    1. Abi Sahid
      Abi Sahid
      Před měsícem

      @jv sandell But i know that. That´s how i came with my initial comment. I wasn´t trying to put SSC down. It´s a genuine comment out of curiosity. It would be nice to see what is the discrepancy between real top speeds and cars speedometers. Just that.

    2. jv sandell
      jv sandell
      Před měsícem

      @Abi Sahid Sorry, not meant to sound mean👍🏼 I just meant that Koenigsegg has already done just that and that it can be viewed on YT // Cheers

    3. Abi Sahid
      Abi Sahid
      Před měsícem

      @jv sandell I don´t understand your comment. What is the problem?

    4. jv sandell
      jv sandell
      Před měsícem

      This makes me so sad ... Can people at least dig a little on YT - Go in and check out Koenigsegg's record from 2017 ... There you have it Voilá! Satisfied?

  22. Crash Test
    Crash Test
    Před měsícem

    Does the Bugatti run of over 300mph not count? Why is this the current record?

    1. Eric Glueckert
      Eric Glueckert
      Před měsícem

      because you need to do 2 runs to have an average.

  23. Ainsley Rowson
    Ainsley Rowson
    Před měsícem

    Not that impressed, with the power it has, not much faster than the Koenigsegg rs, still no where near the Chiron ss, we'l see wot the Hennessy f5 can do.

    1. Eric Glueckert
      Eric Glueckert
      Před 29 dny

      The run for the Agera RS was 11 miles, this did it in 2.3 miles and you're still not impressed.

  24. Danny Andhika
    Danny Andhika
    Před měsícem

    I've been curious about what happened to Ollie Webb and Buddy Wyrick after the first run is officially debunked. Were they 'fired' by SSC? Just hoping that they are okay after the whole ordeal. well at least I know Buddy is moving on coz he's starting to release new videos on his channel.

  25. Jey Cee
    Jey Cee
    Před měsícem

    Cool you guys have been some kind of governing body for word records lately just because you published the work made by others after the last record was debunked!!? Being street legal in 50 states is as true as 331 mph record! Incredible to hear you two guys quoting the (safety and road legality) lies of well known liars!! There is only very few loopholes in the US system, one is Show or Display for IMPORT (not applicable), one is the new REPLICA exception (not applicable because not replica and also needs EPA+CARB engine) and there is the kit-car exemption (it might work in some states, but I don't think you are going to get a kit-car with non EPA compliant engine registered in 50 states). any car with a licence plate is ready for fastest series produced car record!!?? really!!? The time with SSC have really damaged your objectivity!!? Also the two way average was the first of it's kind, it's measured in two different points (over 1500 m apart). the true two way average (measured in one point) is well below 270 mph. Bugatti would not do a "made up" two way average, why do SSC think it's good enough? I heard the word transparency but at the same time that you are professional and not going to share (whaaat?), can we get some good engine pictures from that day?

    1. Jim Wheeler
      Jim Wheeler
      Před 29 dny

      Wtf are you talking about? The two way average compensates for any change in elevation and/or head and tail wind. There isn't a specific point on the track where a trap speed is taken. And besides, the NASA Space Shuttle landing strip is dead nuts level so they were only compensating for head/tail wind.

  26. Layton B
    Layton B
    Před měsícem

    A: No one wants to read or write anymore = no one is literate?! B: America ~= the world (was there a least a Chinese standard measuring device on the car?) C: I have said for years ”a Guinness World Record only has merit if you do it while drinking, a Guinness.”

  27. Randy Diets
    Randy Diets
    Před měsícem

    If "we prefer video" wheres the actual footage? Now a paid actors portrayed opinion is our "proof"

  28. bushgreen
    bushgreen
    Před měsícem

    *someone should make a private 10-20 mile straight paved road for top speed runs.*

    1. bushgreen
      bushgreen
      Před 26 dny

      @Jay Remie570 paved road. Rich people can afford it easy. It's just road so it shouldn't cost to much.

    2. Jay Remie570
      Jay Remie570
      Před 26 dny

      Salt flats? But yeah 10 mile paved would be cool

  29. Matt Evans
    Matt Evans
    Před měsícem

    I just want to see other attempts. Just so SSC can see how you actually do a speed record attempt. We didn't need all the controversy.

  30. Bob Martin
    Bob Martin
    Před měsícem

    Ok two things driving me nuts about this video 1: the Ferrari sign above a Porsche and two McLaren’s and the biggie 2: that garage door opener cord!!! Ahhh my ocd 😝 🥜 😂

  31. Abi Sahid
    Abi Sahid
    Před měsícem

    So honesty and clear data! So why they release the data just for Michael? I don´t find any video with clear view of the record...Why is Michael is asking Koenigsegg or any other car manufacturer to invite him to their tests? Is he an official referee on speed records? Who does he think he is?!! There are more credible people to invite, not just youtubers. That´s an arrogant statement in my opinion. Misha, you forgot some questions. Did SSC already produce/make some cars or is this a test car just for the top speed? Because i would love to see if a customer car can do the same as this one. (You know Koenigsegg broke the record with a customer car, so you know any Aguera RS is capable of doing the same as the tested car). Secondly, after the test did they drive the car back home, or they needed to transport it for major maintenance? What is the point of going top speed if after you must send the car to a car shop/garage? If SSC company wants to be transparent, they need to show the all video of the record, also show speedometer along with gps systems to make it believable. Where is that? Also why did they not remove the 331mph video if it was fake? Why is the video still on their official channel? Or they still claim is is a genuine speed record video? Maybe they did broke the record...but still not clear enough for me. I´m holding Koenigsegg´s beer :)

    1. Jim Wheeler
      Jim Wheeler
      Před 29 dny

      @Abi Sahid, you seem to make a lot of assumptions. So what leads you to believe that there is only one Tuatara that has been built and sold? As for crash tests, I checked the US NHTSA crash test database and of the thousands of car models listed, there is not a single listing for any of the exotic cars such as Bugatti, Koenigsegg, Lamborghini, McLaren, Pagani, etc.. Why is that?

    2. Abi Sahid
      Abi Sahid
      Před 29 dny

      @Jim Wheeler But there were already a few Agueras in private hands all over the world. Does it seem a fake record to you? In SSC Tuatara case they will claim the new 282.9mph record with only one car built... and we don´t even know if the car meets global certifications. Do they have crash tests on this car for example? Or everyone follows some kind of rule to be a fair comparison or like i said before anyone can build a crazy test car and claim the record. And to end this discussion, i´m really glad Koenisegg is stopping the 300mph speed record chase with the Jesko. The numbers are getting really crazy and other things should be more important to consider. Where do we go after the 300mph?? Try 400mph?? Take care Jim

    3. Cui Bono
      Cui Bono
      Před 29 dny

      @Abi Sahid Jim is a paid shill, he makes random positive comments about SSC. What he also does is Deny, Deflect any factual critical comment he finds. If that does not work he will insult people, he is paid to do that. The ONLY thing that matters is: SSC lied about going 331mph. They EDITED a video AND most importantly because it shows intent, *they lied about having the data confirmed by the measurement supplier, after the fact.* SSC was forced to remove the FAKED 331mph video after heavy backlash, for example the video had more downvotes than upvotes. But also Robert Mitchell said this: Quote: *_"Under no circumstances has this car ever gone faster than the 286.1 miles an hour than it did in this run."_* Djaaarrod is nothing but a lying salesman, its all or nothing for SSC, thats why they have these comment sections filled with bots and shills. Its disgusting and should mean the end of a nasty legacy. FYI SSC built only 2 cars. In 2007 they made similar claims with the ultimate arrow, claiming a world record PRODUCTION car without any independent people near the run, very similar to the turdtardas run in 2020. The ultimate arrow from 2007 also is not a production car, simply a kitcar I believe 16 in total were sold. SSC does not make production cars. Never did. Never will. Its running on show & display number plates. No airbags, no crash testing, no emissions certificate, no type approval, no winter testing, no health & safety, no federalization, no nothing. So if this isnt a production car, then why are these jokers claiming production car world record? Time for the automotive world to speak about this TABOO subject and out SSC once and for all.

    4. Jim Wheeler
      Jim Wheeler
      Před 29 dny

      @Abi Sahid , wtf, you can't even cite any evidence that that rule actually even exists! Koenigsegg built 25 Agera RS models over a span of three years but was awarded the record of fastest production car BEFORE the last Agera RS was manufactured.

    5. Abi Sahid
      Abi Sahid
      Před 29 dny

      Correction: They did not meet the 12 month period. edit: But i don´t know how flexible this rule can be.

  32. Steven Yoo
    Steven Yoo
    Před měsícem

    amazing achievement. mad respect for everyone involved except motortrend

  33. Heidelbergaren
    Heidelbergaren
    Před měsícem

    so... is it homologated ?

    1. Cui Bono
      Cui Bono
      Před měsícem

      No. Its running on show & display numberplates. No airbags, no crash testing, no emissions certificate, no type approval, no winter testing, no health & safety, no federalization, nothing.

  34. O
    O
    Před měsícem

    To be a World record, a car must be homologated for the World, which the Tuatara is clearly not, it doesn't even have rearview mirrors on the outside, yet they claim it's street legal! Are they going to improve the cooling system on all cars? What about emission regulations? Noise regulations? And yes, you do need to split hairs for all cars to be in the same "World record" category. All car manufacturers have to follow the same rules, so this is not a World record.

    1. Cui Bono
      Cui Bono
      Před měsícem

      Its not even a production car. There is only one barely working turdtarda in the world. They faked a recordrun hoping to fool people into investing in SSC, ONLY then can they make another one.

  35. Igor Derdić
    Igor Derdić
    Před měsícem

    Big respect to Robert sharing his exclusive top speed run content with other channels before making a single video about it on his own. 🤘🏻🙌🏻 That's true Tier 1 ! 💪🏻💪🏻 😘

  36. robert köhn
    robert köhn
    Před měsícem

    Curious to know what fuel type they run the engine on? According to Jarod he mention they let it have full boost on 7th gear in an interwie on you tube and he also says that engine gives 1750hp there. Is a record legit when running on E85?

  37. SirPlsCalmDown
    SirPlsCalmDown
    Před měsícem

    I think this record won't stand for long. Edge of my seat.

  38. maxsav007
    maxsav007
    Před měsícem

    They lied, you don't owe them anything

  39. karbonfiba
    karbonfiba
    Před měsícem

    Broke the record with half the original length of the run....I think that's impressive by itself...

    1. Eric Glueckert
      Eric Glueckert
      Před 29 dny

      Quite a bit less than half, it's claimed the Agera RS run was about 11 miles.

  40. C J
    C J
    Před měsícem

    I thought Robert was gonna watch the superbowl

  41. lorenzo p
    lorenzo p
    Před měsícem

    9:22 🤣😂😆 cool 😐😶

  42. Simon Magnusson
    Simon Magnusson
    Před měsícem

    So there is still a problem , Mr shelby still claims they did 331 mph in Nevada but could not verify it , and Robert says his certain it can not do 331... so who is right ?

    1. Cui Bono
      Cui Bono
      Před měsícem

      They PLAN to make 99. In the same way I plan to build a skyscraper, all I need are the investors.... JUST LIKE SSC. They dont have money to make 99 more cars, THATS why they had to fake a record run, trying to get investors onboard. Try to find a single video of the Ultimate arrow or the Turdarda on a track, lapping anything. You wont, you cant, because it doesnt exist. SSC is fake, they lure potential costumers in with the line we have the fastest car! They order components bolt them together and do a STRAIGHT LINE media stunt to sell some... Its a joke.

    2. Basilisk
      Basilisk
      Před měsícem

      So many factors are considered in a top speed run. We'll never know unless they truly push the car to the limits. I'm guessing we'll see the true vmax when they hopefully go back to nevada, sometime later when everything is ready.

  43. Carlos Clivilles
    Carlos Clivilles
    Před měsícem

    Great discussion, and yes... I watched until the end. LOL! I think 2021 will be an interesting year for top speed runs. I'm really happy that SSC currently holds the official title of 'The Fastest Production Car', but I have a feeling Hennessy Motorsports will be looking to claim that title soon with their Venom F5. Ummm... you guys, please adjust your microphones so we don't have to constantly increase and decrease the volume on our end.

  44. João Luís Tavares
    João Luís Tavares
    Před měsícem

    So if I got it right, applying full power on 3rd and 4th gear will make this megacar get much better performance. That's very interesting. I would like to see that. I hope they really readjust that power. I also agree with what already have been written here. A race between all of these top cars would be amazing. It doesn't mean they would have to reach 300mph. But doing something like poll-position. Then the final race, some laps, etc.

  45. Marius Fitzworme
    Marius Fitzworme
    Před měsícem

    Robert got a tan, looking slimmer looking extra tier 1 media 😭

  46. tiago soares
    tiago soares
    Před měsícem

    High level talk. Congrats.

  47. Vedran Pevec
    Vedran Pevec
    Před měsícem

    No. It's world record for prototype car.

    1. Cui Bono
      Cui Bono
      Před 22 dny

      "Shelby Super Cars, is changing its name: from now on it'll be called SSC North America. Jerod Shelby, owner of SSC, has come to a settlement with Carroll Shelby Licensing and its corporate parent Carroll Shelby International, to drop the use of the Shelby name. *This leaves the name Shelby in automotive terms solely to Carroll,* regarded as the father of the Cobra and all-round US motorsport legend. Which is probably a good thing, as SSC founder Jerod Shelby is no relation to Carroll and the companies are in no way linked." On the SSC webpage SSC defines what a production car is: *"In order to claim a world record, the Tuatara had to be a production vehicle; it must be identical to the same vehicle a customer might purchase."* SSC changed the gearbox for the 286mph run to accelerate faster. *THE SIMPLE FACT THEY CHANGED THE GEARBOX MEANS SSC BROKE THEIR OWN DEFINITION OF A PRODUCTION CAR.* Its running on show & display numberplates. No airbags, no crash testing, no emissions certificate, no type approval, no winter testing, no health & safety, no federalization, nothing. NEVER FORGET: *SSC lied about going 331mph. They EDITED a video but most importantly, because this shows INTENT, they lied about having the data confirmed by the measurement supplier, ["Austrian company Dewetron has said it was not directly involved in SSC's claimed 331mph run, despite claims in a press release from SSC"].*

    2. Eric Glueckert
      Eric Glueckert
      Před měsícem

      The driver of that car was the owner of that car. That was a production model.

  48. Mal P
    Mal P
    Před měsícem

    I'd very highly doubt it'll meet noise regulations in UK/Europe.. as it looks & sounds like its got a pretty much straight through exhaust/no cats etc

    1. Cui Bono
      Cui Bono
      Před 21 dnem

      @Mal P How about a video of Larry driving the car around the block?

    2. Mal P
      Mal P
      Před 21 dnem

      @Cui Bono kid, I don't care what the reg plate is... as previously mentioned 1 they don't have to show it 2 the owner wont want it to be shown anyway 3 it isn't required for the vmax finally, theirs other ways to shut ppl up who spout rubbish its called a "block button!" as clearly you are a kid/teen who likes talking rubbish, cant fact check & is clearly bored & likes wasting ppls times.

    3. Cui Bono
      Cui Bono
      Před 21 dnem

      @Mal P A simple license plate is all you need to shut me up. No paragraphs needed.

    4. Mal P
      Mal P
      Před 21 dnem

      @Cui Bono kid I don't know what drugs your taking, however!! 1st teh previous SSC vehicles claiming a Vmax record yes had them wipes faster then SSC trying to make a Vmax claim, so I'm not going to linger around previous models as its irrelevant, except for demonstrating the companies shoddy history "I'm very aware of & have made comments previously covering such!" now your going on about number plates, again why would the owner "if he really is a an owner" why would he have it on show!! as its not necessary at all & any demo plate is for promotional value ie you see the images & can instantly see the plate stating the company/vehicle name... its called PR the Ultimate Aero XT was a limited run of only a few being produced. The aero they produced x2 supercharged prototypes & then changed the production models to turbo charged. now what are you going on about the ultimate aero was a production model it was bloody sold on the open market (well I believe the American domestic market anyway) & it had a production run of over 8yrs only the supercharged version wasn't a production version & yes such claims for Vmax was wiped clear/invalid so enough with the rubbish lack of knowledge.. you can even google it "my god lad!" as for assuming what your a teenage/kid?!? "if that's what your referring towards sorry no" your clearly a teenager by the language your using & lack of reading ability.. cutting short, I'll wait to see what occurs during any further sales.. & if they try to make this legal for world sales as previously stated there's afew hurdles to clear, emission's, noise & yes safety standards so they'll have to pass uk & European safety testing. & yes I do believe it'll fail or require modifications

    5. Cui Bono
      Cui Bono
      Před 21 dnem

      @Mal P How about you prove me wrong, instead of assuming things. What is the license plate of the sold SSC turdtarda? The only pictures you will find are either garage plates or MFG plates, meaning show and display plates. ------ Its not a production car. Similar to the 2007 Ultimate Aero the company claimed the production car speed record, but it never became a production car. ------ Every car made? They made 2 and both are not production vehicles and both set their record run without any 3rd party there. The 2007 run of the Ultimate Aero was done in the same shady way the 331mph run was done.

  49. Maciejkarp
    Maciejkarp
    Před měsícem

    Did you ever get any excuse from the jounalists bad mouthing you?

  50. W
    W
    Před měsícem

    Happily made it to the end of the video! Great job. Glad you could be there. I think SSC gained a lot by inviting you and having you invest the time. Great credibility for Robert, Misha and Tim; Apex and Shmee150 all came through this like pros.

  51. King_BR0K
    King_BR0K
    Před měsícem

    I am ready for the Apex certification

  52. Corsa15DT
    Corsa15DT
    Před měsícem

    you should definitely buy the ssc

  53. Greg Sampson
    Greg Sampson
    Před měsícem

    While a standard of some form could be helpful, governing bodies are susceptible to influence from politics and money. Manufacturers will lobby for exemptions, waivers, etc.

  54. Sep G
    Sep G
    Před měsícem

    It does not have to be register-able on 50 states, if it is road legal somewhere then it is road legal. The US nor the EU does not set the standard for what is road legal and what is not for the entire world. That's why these records are irrelevant, most of the car enthusiast community won't be able to buy, ride-in, or drive one and car enthusiasts that are actually serious in competing on events have dedicated race cars anyway. These are just toys/garage queens for multi-millionaires and virtual cars for computer gamers. Bugattis, Koenigseggs, etc... won't even win on real sanctioned half-mile race events where cars actually get to use their acceleration and top speed. Twin turbo GTRs, Lambos, Vipers, etc. rule those events, and some of those are even "street legal".

  55. coenfilm
    coenfilm
    Před měsícem

    Great to see this new direction for Misha and Robert in reporting auto news. I hope Kennedy Space Center (KSC) can be used for other speed records using two way runs and the average as the methodology. The road in Nevada seems too dangerous. Also hope that Tim and Mischa can get clearance to access KSC for future tests. A lot of positives came out of this second run. Congratulations to Jerrod Shelby, SSC Tuatara and the car owner!

  56. Ali Houadef
    Ali Houadef
    Před měsícem

    There are three types of people: 1/ Goooooood Morning Comrades ! 2/Hi guys I'm Robert 3/Hi guys I'm Shmeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

  57. Freshiemaster
    Freshiemaster
    Před měsícem

    14.58 - this is exactly why these runway runs are not relevant. There isn't much that's interesting about a car going 280 or 340mph. But to see a car going round the ring in 7mins and then 6.40, makes for amazing viewing.

  58. Marc van der Bent
    Marc van der Bent
    Před měsícem

    So... worldspeedrecord officials, you did as you said you would and came home with the data... no surprise there making words become practice 🤓

  59. Lee Mcnamara
    Lee Mcnamara
    Před měsícem

    Malcolm Cambell did over 300mph in the 1920s

    1. Eric Glueckert
      Eric Glueckert
      Před měsícem

      in a non-production car

  60. Sam Westenskow
    Sam Westenskow
    Před měsícem

    Cars will always go faster but to what extent? Manufacturers need to apply all of this time, effort, and money to cars that I can drive on the road and genuinely enjoy to their full potential on the road.

  61. al millin
    al millin
    Před měsícem

    A question for Robert who has the VBox files. Can you explain the acceleration difference between the two runs from 250-280mph. First pass took 14 sec second pass took 10 sec. In addition 270-280 mph in the second pass was quicker than 260-270 mph time according to the VBox?

  62. Tristan
    Tristan
    Před měsícem

    Ok, what comes up after sitting this trough is a memory about when you guys did the first vid on the SSC. What I noticed was Robert and you Misha, saying that the 331 wasn't trustworthy. So, as a specator my assumption was: 'they must've cheated'. Then you're summarizing all the facts and what I noticed was, you're specifically saying they didn't cheat, but just stating that the data does not match the result. In a world/environment where this isn't usual, this stood out. Now, in this video you guys make a final statement saying: Will they do a 331? I guess not. Did they do a record? Yes they did. Will somebody beat it? They probably much are ready to do so. Facts, surrounded with (hard) opinions are hard to come by these days. Thanks guys!

  63. Frederick Thirry
    Frederick Thirry
    Před měsícem

    What is this about? Not my kind of subject/discussion/...

  64. Per Gref
    Per Gref
    Před měsícem

    If the record is about a "Production car" it implies it's to the spec any customer can buy and use the car at. The approach that SSC and Koenigsegg has taken by using customer cars for record runs and not their own cars is excellent in that sense. Applying a speed limiter after the record is set like Bugatti did, means that the Record Spec is not the same as the Production Spec and therefore it's correct that the record was scratched.

    1. Per Gref
      Per Gref
      Před měsícem

      @Cui Bono That's about my view too actually, but the comment above was regarding Bugattis scratched record that Robert was talking about in the video.

    2. Cui Bono
      Cui Bono
      Před měsícem

      What production car? There is only one barely working turdtarda in the world. They faked a recordrun hoping to fool people into investing in SSC, ONLY then can they make another one. And JUST LIKE the ultimate arrow, they will NEVER produce enough to be called a production car, its pathetic, its a one of a kind bolted together kit car, nothing production car about it.

  65. Martin de Oliveira
    Martin de Oliveira
    Před měsícem

    Horses for courses but to me I don't care about these kind of records. Lap records interest me not straight line stuff

  66. James Holmes
    James Holmes
    Před měsícem

    40 mph slower than what they claimed before!

    1. Eric Glueckert
      Eric Glueckert
      Před měsícem

      This run was shorter, 2.3 miles vs 7, so.....

    2. Cui Bono
      Cui Bono
      Před měsícem

      @James Holmes Good news my friend! SSC has just officially REMOVED the video where they FALSELY claimed their car drove 331mph, SSC lied about the speed the car drove, FACT. This is kind of a big deal since Djaaarrod was STILL claiming they went 331mph in an interview the day the 331mph video got removed. They removed it AFTER this quote by Robert Mitchell was found under every Turdtarda video: ------------- This is kind of a big deal since Djaaarrod is STILL claiming they went 331mph. QUOTE By Robert Mitchell: 12 hours ago (edited) @Simon Magnusson Under no circumstances has this car ever gone faster than the 286.1 miles an hour than it did in this run. I can understand them being in a position where they may not feel that they could or should flat out say that however I am in a position to do it. At the current moment I support them in setting the actual record and I do believe that the car will crack to 300 number. I do not support stating Or insinuating that it could have possibly ever been faster than that in their previous runs. END QUOTE ----------------

    3. James Holmes
      James Holmes
      Před měsícem

      @Cui Bono Wow. Thanks for the info.

    4. Cui Bono
      Cui Bono
      Před měsícem

      This! And small correction: *Are still claiming today.* To this very day Djaaarod is still claiming they went 331mph in interviews, the video of SSC claiming the official world speed record with 331mph is still online.

  67. 9uard
    9uard
    Před měsícem

    FRAUD! Just image, if they were doing first record run on the airplane runway and guys did not have reference point (google maps, video from keonigsegs and few other points). ~50 miles difference in these speeds are crazy crazy big. SHAME ON SSC!!!!! FRAUD!

  68. Карим Галиаскар
    Карим Галиаскар
    Před měsícem

    wait. WHat about Bugatti SuperSport 304mph????

    1. Tripod
      Tripod
      Před 29 dny

      Карим Галиаскар Bugatti is not counted as a official record because Bugatti only does their runs in one direction. This is due to them using VWs high speed track with a straight of 8.7km. This track is only driven in one direction so they see it as unsafe to start driving a car in the other direction at nearly 500kmh because the asphalt would be too rough in that direction. But the whole test facility and the high speed straight are completely surrounded by dense woods so I don’t see wind as a major factor ..

  69. Jel
    Jel
    Před měsícem

    Coming post Covid. Bugatti: Halte mein Bier

  70. OPHeckler
    OPHeckler
    Před měsícem

    Made it to the end of the video and I would have kept listening haha. Very interesting as usual!

  71. BNE Exotics
    BNE Exotics
    Před měsícem

    Let's be frank SSC took 4 days to achieve what Koenigsegg did in 4 hours 🤷🏻‍♂️ Congrats to them for getting the record but has it changed the fact they didn't even get close to 331.

  72. Shawn Perepelytz
    Shawn Perepelytz
    Před měsícem

    “👍 My Guy👍” that was a Tier One comment. Lol

  73. Carving Canyons
    Carving Canyons
    Před měsícem

    Loving Roberts vacation tan 🌴 😎

  74. Andrew Davis
    Andrew Davis
    Před měsícem

    I definitely prefer your way of delivering the news of the record run than Shmee 150. His comes over as a sales pitch rather than fact. Great job guys. For the rules, a production car should meet the same rules as a VW or a Porsche or a McLaren. Crash testing, emission and things like that, because you could be running a car with race fuel which you would never be able to buy at a petrol station, but the advantages are there. I think for a car to be a production car it must hit say a minimum of 200 units made and be legal in any country someone who could buy it. Great video guys, Tier 1 stuff.👍

  75. J B
    J B
    Před měsícem

    What I find most troubling about the flat out lie from SSC is that it was an attempt at publicity by manufacturing controversy, as a way to attract attention to something everyone thought was vaporware.

  76. FalconXE302
    FalconXE302
    Před měsícem

    Should it really be considered a "production car" record if it takes so much tweaking and work to get the "record". In my view, apart from safety checks like tyres etc... a Production Car record, should be how fast the car can run "off the show room floor"...

    1. Cui Bono
      Cui Bono
      Před měsícem

      @Ainsley Rowson 25. And just like the previous car the SSC ultimate arrow, they will NEVER find 25 people gullible enough to buy 25! Its fake, the company is fake! Try to find a single video of the Ultimate arrow or the Turdarda on a track, lapping anything. You wont, you cant, because it doesnt exist. SSC is fake, they lure potential costumers in with the line we have the fastest car! They order components bolt them together and do a STRAIGHT LINE media stunt to sell some... Thats why they faked the 331mph record run, Its a joke. ------ Nobody is willing to pay 1.6 million for a car that cant make a turn. SOME however ARE willing to pay 1.6 million for a car that cant make a turn if there is a little sign next to it saying: [ WorLDs FaSTesT CaR !!! ] [ _(Promise)_ ]

    2. Ainsley Rowson
      Ainsley Rowson
      Před měsícem

      Unless they make 15 or more model's it's not a production car I think.

    3. Cui Bono
      Cui Bono
      Před měsícem

      Is it a production car if there is only 1 working example? One that keeps breaking down... It goes like this. They first need to fake a world record attempt to get some gullible investors, THEN they can start producing a few shltboxes. Its a kitcar anywayz, they order parts from other manufacturers and bolt them together...

  77. Leroy Lee
    Leroy Lee
    Před měsícem

    Gg

  78. Gen1 C8RS
    Gen1 C8RS
    Před měsícem

    Good job Misha and Robert my CStree friends😃. I thought as well that sense all the false information from SSC or significantly important questions to the degree that they can be analyzed have already been gone through that it's good to move on, but yet don't forget or deminish past errors. I have heard about over heating issues in one of the past sessions, but I thought it was procedural mistakes, not flaws with the Tuatara, are there any updates that; pure procedural problems or are there any changes to the Tuatara that have already happened/planned changes or a combination ?

  79. Wayne Levitz
    Wayne Levitz
    Před měsícem

    Thank you guys. Enjoyed this video and appreciate everyone's effort to provide "true journalism" and transparency, two key elements in VERY short supply these days, particularly in the US. PS, I look forward with hope and excitement for similar "news" for other top speed runs from all contenders.

  80. Paul Krapp
    Paul Krapp
    Před měsícem

    Great piece of journalism guys! We appreciate the integrity and honesty you two show in your conversations. Thanks!

  81. Tdl Australia
    Tdl Australia
    Před měsícem

    Great stuff

  82. Robbie H
    Robbie H
    Před měsícem

    The reason Misha wasn't there they didn't want Boosted Boris on a military base near tanks lol I really do wish that Misha and Tim could have been present for the record run.

  83. Pedro Santos
    Pedro Santos
    Před měsícem

    Awesome, Awesome, Awesome Content!! #Transparency

  84. Don D
    Don D
    Před měsícem

    Looks like you got some sun in Florida Robert. Congrats to SSC! America builds the fastest hypercar in the world!!!

    1. Cui Bono
      Cui Bono
      Před 22 dny

      @Louis D *SSC lied about going 331mph. They EDITED a video but most importantly, because this shows INTENT, they lied about having the data confirmed by the measurement supplier, ["Austrian company Dewetron has said it was not directly involved in SSC's claimed 331mph run, despite claims in a press release from SSC"].*

    2. Valkyrie's 007
      Valkyrie's 007
      Před 26 dny

      @Louis D Why is it "fake"? Because you SAY so?😂

    3. Louis D
      Louis D
      Před 26 dny

      @Valkyrie's 007 not the 331 mph this is fake

    4. Valkyrie's 007
      Valkyrie's 007
      Před měsícem

      @Louis D I DON'T think YOU do. SSC now holds a verified productions record. Shaking my head.

    5. Louis D
      Louis D
      Před měsícem

      I think you haven’t understand the two videos !

  85. paul sabin
    paul sabin
    Před měsícem

    awesome guys...now this is what they both promised and delivered...i thought that the release from SSC back when they talked about you being there was cooll.....but then they followed through not just with you being there but full transparency and access is just brilliant hats off to them and well done .

  86. Radek M
    Radek M
    Před měsícem

    +

  87. The Berzerker
    The Berzerker
    Před měsícem

    So after all the crap the mountain gave birth to a rat.... 😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑

  88. xanzar21
    xanzar21
    Před měsícem

    is apex taxi publicly traded?

  89. J O
    J O
    Před měsícem

    Thanks for featuring Robert in many of your videos, Misha! He is a "Know-it-all" who is actually likeable, believable, articulate, and easy to listen to... (I use know-it-all jokingly, of course)

    1. Jan Kees
      Jan Kees
      Před 27 dny

      @GetUpFalcon But then Aussie guys are sometimes really hard to follow. They mumble too much.

    2. J O
      J O
      Před měsícem

      Good Lord people! LOL, SMH... (sigh.....)

    3. James DellaNeve
      James DellaNeve
      Před měsícem

      GetUpFalcon He’s a geek and an introvert. If he wanted to be a more accomplished speaker, he would need training, coaching and practice.

    4. GetUpFalcon
      GetUpFalcon
      Před měsícem

      @Liam Walsh Couldn't agree more mate. There are heaps of them here. Not sure what that has to do with my comment however.

    5. Liam Walsh
      Liam Walsh
      Před měsícem

      @GetUpFalcon strange be cause Australia has it's unfair share of opinionated know it alls in my experience . 😀

  90. Pace Key
    Pace Key
    Před měsícem

    I respectfully disagree with regards to the homologation. A lot of these cars that are not crash tested can’t just be registered without a special show and display tag. That’s why Porsche had to cut the careers gt production short due to government mandated stability control. It’s a lot easier to build a car that don’t have to be tested. The expense to make a car fully legal is insane! I think it should be a separate category.

    1. Prospectus Capital
      Prospectus Capital
      Před měsícem

      Just know that Koenigsegg spend 70% of their budget on homologation.

  91. El Jim
    El Jim
    Před měsícem

    - Robert's take on homologation is pretty shallow, tbh. With those so-called standards he proposes there's always somewhere around the world where you can find a kit car exemption (US *cough, cough*) or they're lax enough for whatever (UK *cough, cough) or simply don't have any homologation to speak of, so if we're gonna compare those cars to actual world wide homologated cars then if we go down the rabbit hole we'll eventually be comparing tuners to production cars. A better standard would be for example California and EU homologation or at least one of them at a minimum. If you can cover those then you can pretty much drive the car anywhere without some weird show or display thing that essentially makes your car a garage queen. And like, that's the general idea, isn't it? That it's not a fragile, high-strung tuner nor a sleepy garage queen but an actual road car that you can well, at least sort of drive?? For me, that's at the core of the integrity debate: "Is what we're seeing real or not?" - It wont matter much in the grand scheme of things because Koenigsegg have projected their car to do around ~330 mph and they're pretty spot on about these things so will probably come out on top one way or another (the real victim will probably be Hennessey because they're drag limited and wont go much past 300 mph so might lose the opportunity of beating Koenigsegg and SSC, as it were, to the punch), but personally I'm far from satisfied by this display and unwilling to let it slide. For one, this supposed record confirms that the previous attempt was fraudulent and this should come with a level of heightened standard of scrutiny and skepticism imo. Even tin-foil hat conspiracies should be covered by the upped transparency. Secondly, and with that said, there are obvious red flags in the change of location, the different boost levels and gearing, especially since the previous attempts pointed towards ~250 mph top speed or even lower. So did they push the boost? Swap the turbos? Did they change the fuel? Did they toss out the catalytic converter? What if any other deltas were changed in the car for it to become much faster? I've watched the Robert's apperances looking for answers but I've found none. And this also hearkens back to the homologation debate because surely there must be some state or country where these changes are allowed, right? And down the homologation rabbit hole we go. If there are no rules, then what rules have been broken? Robert claims it's on the manufacturer if they wanna go the extra mile, but it shouldn't be an extra mile it should be a measured ten mile race, not nine or eight or seven miles. There should be a set distance. Standards. This is what I was hoping for from auto media. Currently, there is no reason to not for example set a Ring record on super soft slicks in a modified car because there are no standards. And you guys, as in "auto media", are supposed to set those standards. - Finally I'm pretty irked by the "we spearheaded this discussion" chest pounding from Robert here. Because what really happened, here? Other people caught wind of it and delivered the evidence. Forums and subreddits brought awareness to it. It was certainly nice of you guys to not ignore the discussion and bring some "credibility" to it, and fair enough you (and especially Tim and Misha) have more skin in the game, but to like Robert act like he's the engine behind this debate is being just a tad bit deluded and arrogant. Mind you, his videos themselves only gained notoriety due to the previously mentioned people who were pushing this story. Especially distasteful was the part where Robert made a point out of not being "just a debunking troll" as if his (very lax) standards as the resident coat-tailing e-celeb are somehow higher than the people who put in hard work to deliver the evidence and bring attention to it. By doing so and acting like the self-proclaimed arbiter, he is treating all those people with the same contempt that he himself ironically was shown as a "youtuber" by so-called established auto media. It's just poor form, hypocritical and overall not a good look. Robert would do well to take a note out of Misha's and Tim's book here, who imho have handled this "15 mins of fame" moment much more "gracefully", in lack of a better word.

    1. El Jim
      El Jim
      Před měsícem

      @Robert Mitchell What bone do I possibly have to pick from my vantage point here in the lowly comment section? You're the only one who seems triggered here. But you're not above critique so you just gotta deal with it, mate. And I disagree. Guys like you are the authority. This discussion we're -- "we" as in the internet, influensers and auto media -- are having is the authority. Makers noticing the amount of bs they can and can't get away with is the authority. And I think you've gone soft and flinched here, honestly. They wine and dine you and oh now that you're in "the circle" you let things slide that I highly doubt you would've otherwise. And I'm not even judging you on a personal level because I couldn't say I would act any different if my chips were on the table and I had to shake hands with Jared and look him in the eyes etc. I'm even old enough to remember when Chris Harris wrote his scathing piece on Ferrari's reviewer cars and was a regular on Pistonheads before he got seated at the table and became a professional ass kisser. You're in good company is what I'm saying. Like I said I can't even exclude myself because I haven't been in that position. BUT... what I do know is IDEALLY there's a different approach. And did you meet that lofty IDEAL? I would say "no". And that's a shame. You got my hopes up there for a moment. Constructive criticism: what I'd do if I was in your shoes is to continue the integrity debate with other influensers. More specifically really get a debate going on how to keep manufacturers honest and how to hold them accountable. You said there's no governing body? Well make one. Reach out to makers (like Misha did with Koenigsegg) and other influensers and make an effort to regulate this mess with agreed upon rules backed by a social media/media bully pulpit. For their sake and ours. "What fun would this race have been over the last 20-30 years if you remove all cars, personalities etc that don’t meet your criteria?" you asked? I'd say, "lots of fun". These hypercars and their supposed records are utterly pointless if their records can get beaten by a stripped out Porsche, Lambo or Viper on soft compounds. The top speed record is a sham if can be broken by a non-homologated Lotus or Lambo replicar. Acceleration claims are utterly bogus if we never ever get to see the car accelerate. We've gone so far from Horst benchmarking supercars and hypercars in same day shootouts that it's not even interesting anymore. We've gone from views in the millions during peak /DRIVE and Top Gear days to vids barely scraping a few thousand. It's killing the industry and someone has to do something. And you, supposedly, claim to be that guy. The "debunker/bunker". The renowned e-celeb non-troll. So consider this a call to action, then. Shut me up. Don't be another Harris. Nothing would make me happier. Please rub it in my face. I can barely imagine a "told you so" being sweeter. Sorry if that's triggering to you, and please don't be sad, but those are my honest .02.

    2. Robert Mitchell
      Robert Mitchell
      Před měsícem

      I think you e missed all of my points completely. I said that all of those people you mentioned. Are 100% responsible for bringing the info to light. You seem to have a bone to pick where there is none. Lots of negativity here el Jim Where as you think I’m being arrogant I stated that we need a governing body but I am in no position of authority to say what that is. I stated how many people think if I’m driving it on the road it’s a road car. I want to see competition not one company chasing their own tail because they do it a certain way. Historically the top speed race has been a dog fight. One that lacked transparency but if you go through the lists of cars a vast majority do not meet the regulations you mention. What fun would this race have been over the last 20-30 years if you remove all cars, personalities etc that don’t meet your criteria? Regarding the super sticky slicks. They need to be tires the car can run. Such as amg get bs which can be ordered from factory w that tire. The way they used them on the test however leave them useless after a lap. I never have supported tires just cannot get or run on the car as a consumer. That would be imo cheating the system. Again it’s sad to read your comment as something has triggered you

  92. Jordel
    Jordel
    Před měsícem

    didnt know Robert was mexican!

  93. Brian Moore
    Brian Moore
    Před měsícem

    Hello Robert, proud of your accomplishments with the SSC team here in the states, is buying one sometime in the future of the table?

  94. rogelv8td
    rogelv8td
    Před měsícem

    I didn't know that the car even existed before all this controversy

    1. Cui Bono
      Cui Bono
      Před měsícem

      Thats why they tried to fake a 331mph run. Nobody will pay 1.6 million for a car that cant go around corners. However SOME people ARE willing to pay 1.6 million for a car that cant go around corners IF there is a little sign next to the car that says: [ WorLdS FaSTesT CaR !!! ] [ (promise) ]

  95. Ibrahim Helmy
    Ibrahim Helmy
    Před měsícem

    Why didn’t anyone discuss what actually happened on the first run? Was it really an error with the gps? Or a lie?😬

    1. Cui Bono
      Cui Bono
      Před 26 dny

      @D4rk34g7e Search for *dancing Israelis (911)* You WILL understand who had inside information.

    2. Ibrahim Helmy
      Ibrahim Helmy
      Před měsícem

      @D4rk34g7e because google deletes anything related to 9/11😂

    3. D4rk34g7e
      D4rk34g7e
      Před měsícem

      Why is nobody discussing what actually happened in new york on 9.11.01?

  96. Ron Barker
    Ron Barker
    Před měsícem

    Did they legitimately think they ran a 331 when reality is 282?

  97. Ferri Sabo
    Ferri Sabo
    Před měsícem

    Bugatti Chiron did 304.77mph, wast that fake as well?

    1. Valkyrie's 007
      Valkyrie's 007
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      STFU you idiot!😂

  98. Cloxxki
    Cloxxki
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    I made it to the end!!

  99. TrancezoOr
    TrancezoOr
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    Awesome to hear Robert is now also a certified top speed "independent analyst", what can't this man do?! I had a hard time finding the actual official record video, looks like it was put under a freshly made channel by SSC under some random name? It might be worth linking it in your description for those looking for it. Thanks again to you guys for putting in all that initial effort to help get us to this actual record. Still waiting on Motor Trash & co to come forward with an apology but I won't be holding my breath that long.

  100. Mas TeX
    Mas TeX
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    Hello Misha and Robert, regarding the top speed records, I find the rules with 2 trips within an hour in both directions on the same road absolutely correct. Just as well as the verification of at least 3 systems including independently measured data should be in there. As far as the classification of a production car is concerned, I would rather base the number of production cars required on a fixed percentage of vehicles sold worldwide in the class over a fixed period of 2-5 years. This way you can't invent a new class and even a big manufacturer like VAG can't manipulate the number by building crappy cars that nobody wants to buy, because this would hurt sales too much. As for lap times on race tracks, the name of the record already says that the time is for one lap and not for both directions. The Nürburgring has its unique nature of being so long and coupled with the challenging terrain with so many variables that it is almost impossible to have a perfect lap. We should be happy with the system we have in place now. But the addition for the production cars should be added here as well.