Two minutes and 10 seconds, to be specific, shattering the old record by a wide margin. It’s amazing what you can do with a Nissan Juke RS Nismo if your name is Terry Grant.
While Toyota brought NASCAR Camrys and Tundras, Honda set up the best stage and Mazda took care of the fireworks, Nissan kept busy as well, throwing down the Juke R bomb and setting a new Guinness World Record on day one.
The Goodwood Hillclimb Course is not the longest in the world at 1.16 miles, but it’s still not something I would cover in a Juke on two wheels. Luckily for Nissan, they had Terry Grant, who didn’t think about it twice.
He was pretty fast too, covering the distance in 2 mins 10 secs, which happens to be 35 seconds faster than the previous record.
If everybody could drive like this, we wouldn’t have traffic jams.
Photo credit: Robert Stokes