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Daredevils are getting more exposure around the world thanks to social media and sharing sites like YouTube. Still, there are some things that should be left to the professionals, like Terry Grant. All automakers show off their vehicles at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, but this year Nissan stole the show.
Toyota brought NASCAR Camrys and Tundras. Honda blew everyone away by setting up the best stage. Mazda literally blew things up with a firework show for the ages. Meanwhile, Nissan took on the Goodwood Hillclimb Course and set a new Guinness World Record on day one of the festival.
At 1.16 miles, the Goodwood Hillclimb Course isn’t the longest of its kind but it would still leave many daredevil drivers shaking their heads. That’s where Terry Grant comes in.
Grant got behind the wheel of a Nissan Juke RS Nismo and covered the entire course on two wheels. He completed it in just two minutes and ten seconds, shattering the previous record by 35 seconds.
If you aren’t familiar with Nissan’s lineup, keep in mind the Juke is a crossover meant to roll on four wheels, not two. Keep your tires on the ground and don’t try this one at home!
We here at James Ceranti Nissan are glad to see drivers proving with Nissan, all things are possible!