Tuesday, June 05, 2012

Chinese Are Superior in Parallel Parking

Chinese Are Superior in Parallel Parking

Via Guinness World Records Beijing - May 31, 2012

During the recent launch party for the ‘Chinese Job’ special Mini car, professional driver Han Yue set a new world record for the tightest parallel parking when he drifted his 'Chinese Job' Mini car into a very tight parking space between two other minis with only 15 centimeters between the cars. Officials from the Guiness Book of World Records confirmed the new mark which beat the previous record by an incredible 7 cm. On April 17, 2012, professional stunt driver Patrik Folco of Italy set the previous Guiness World record in Rome, Italy by parking with only 22 cm. difference between the cars. That mark was thought to have been unbeatable, however Han Yue bested the old record on his first attempt and set the new mark in his seventh attempt:



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3 comments:

  1. Chinese = Superior

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  2. OK, cool. Now how the hell does he get out of that space?

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  3. someothergaijin4:18 PM, June 06, 2012

    Obviously he was a math major.

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