World’s Fastest remote-controlled car
Remote control car builder Nic Case has built a record braking car named the Schumacher Mi3, doing so after posting a staggering top speed of 161.76 mph.
The Schumacher Mi3, a rocket-looking, streamlined bullet, took Case six months to build where he spent over $4,000 to pay for all the components. After all the work put in, the record-holding R/C car was outiftted with a handcrafted carbon-fiber chassis while being powered by an 11-horsepower motor and a 12-cell battery pack.
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