16-year-old girl ‘Chambers’ just weaved a Porsche 718 Spyder between 50 cones to set new Guinness World Record Slalom.
It involves driving through 50 cones placed as fast as possible without touching any of them.
Her time of 47.45s broke the previous record time of 48.11s set by Jia Qiang in a Chevrolet Camaro RS.
Chambers — who has been racing karts since age 11 — was able to drive a Porsche through 50 cones that were set 50-feet apart in just 47.45 seconds.
The task involves driving through 50 cones placed 50-feet apart as fast as possible without touching any of them.
She broke the previous record time of 48.114 seconds set in China by Jia Qiang in a Chevrolet Camaro RS in December of 2018.
“This journey tested my mental, emotional, and physical strength… Thank you to my family, my team, and to Porsche for believing in and supporting me.”; she wrote on her official twitter page.
Chambers, who is a daughter of a veteran Porsche racer, said in a statement that :
“It looks easy, but it’s really not — to weave between 50 cones as fast as possible; trying to beat a record time and knowing I couldn’t touch a single one for the run to count — I definitely felt the pressure”
The Porsche she drove was a stock 2020 718 Spyder. Its engine pumps out 414 horsepower to the rear wheels through a six-speed manual transmission.
Porsche North America CEO added:
“We couldn’t be more proud that Chloe set the record. From the whole Porsche family we send our heartfelt congratulations – we’re pleased to have been able to support Chloe with her ambitious record attempt and share her relief that it was successful. ”