Mumbai brothers set world record tied to miniature car racing track. Watch | Tendency


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Guinness World Records took to Instagram to share the video of the Mumbai brothers setting the race car track record.

Two brothers from Mumbai recently got their names on the Guinness World Records (GWR) list for building “Most loops on a Hot Wheels track”. A video of their record has now amused people. It is possible that the clip will have the same effect on you too.

Guinness World Records took to Instagram to share the video. Responding to their own post, they commented, “It took brothers Rohan and Rahul from Mumbai, India three days to build the adjustable angle wooden platform and assemble the entire 10 loop track on it. “Initially the tests had few loops and as we increased the loops and the length of the track the project became difficult.”

In another response, they added, “Getting the angle and speed just right for this record is trickier than you might think – the previous record was 8 laps by father and son Brian and John Flanagan of Louisiana, United States in 2020. “

Take a look at the post:

The post, since being shared about 17 hours ago, has garnered over 23,000 likes and counts. The post also racked up tons of comments.

“It sounds like a fun challenge! Wrote one Instagram user. “Wow. Cool,” shared another, “MUST be harder than it looks,” said a third.

What do you think of the record and the video?

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