The R/C Bullet might be tiny, but it’s so fast it can leave some supercars in the dust. The 1:10 scale model with four-wheel drive was recently timed at 188mph, beating its own 171.96mph world record (as shown after the break). The spaceship-like speeder is the brainchild of Nic Case, already a savant in making radio-controlled cars and breaking records. He built a Schumacher Mi3 R/C before the Bullet, which also held the Guinness World Record in 2008. In fact, he’s refining the Bullet even further, hoping to top 200mph. Unfortunately for R/C enthusiasts out there, it doesn’t look like he has any plans to mass produce his creation — you’re probably better off saving up for a still-speedy-but-much-slower Traxxas.
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