Stunt driver smashes ‘donut’ world record with 39 spins in just 100 seconds

June 20, 2013 | by | 0 Comments

A British stunt driver has set his twentieth world record – by performing 39 ‘donut’ spins in just 100 seconds.

Motorhead Terry Grant, 43, took just over two seconds for each rotation at a motor show in Plymouth, Devon.

Drivers complete a successful ‘donut’ by spinning the rear end of the car through 360 degrees – creating a big black circle of rubber.

Stuntman Terry Grant sets a new world record for the biggest number of donuts performed in a car in 100 seconds

Stuntman Terry Grant sets a new world record for the biggest number of donuts performed in a car in 100 seconds

Terry celebrates after setting a new world record of 39 spins in 100 seconds

Terry celebrates after setting a new world record of 39 spins in 100 seconds

Father-of-three Terry, Hertfordshire, managed 39 spins in 100 seconds – a new world record.

He said: “It’s a great feeling to set another world record. The crowd were fantastic today, they got really into it which helped me a lot.”

His achievements already include the furthest distance travelled in a car on two wheels and the tightest parallel park in reverse.

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