Real-life ‘Iron Man’ sets Guinness Globe Record because of course he really does

Real-life 'Iron Man' sets Guinness World Record because of course he does

He’s nicknamed the real-life Iron Guy for his impressive jet motor flight suit which has a very shut resemblance to the Tony Stark’s one particular.  

But now Richard Lightly browning, founder of Gravity Industries, may pride himself on setting a brand new Guinness World Record for the fastest-ever flight in a flight suit.  

During the third and final try over Lagoona Park in Reading through, England, Browning reached a velocity of 32. 02 mph (51. 53 km/h).

His fit consists of six small kerosene-fuelled tiny gas turbines strapped to their arms, which have 22kg of drive and are controlled by human body motion.  

 “I am delighted we now have set the record. I’m extremely proud indeed to be a part of Guinness World Records Day, it is a satisfaction and a privilege to have our exclusive creation recognised and celebrated at all times the world, ” Browning said.  

Maybe he’ll get a job on Stark Industries?

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