VIDEO: Guy Martin Just Broke the World Speed Record on the Wall of Death Better him than us, we say. And you probably will too after watching this video.

VIDEO: Guy Martin Just Broke the World Speed Record on the Wall of Death Better him than us, we say. And you probably will too after watching this video.

Another world speed record for – 78.15mph. Massive congratulations.

— Channel 4 (@Channel4)

Guy Martin is one of those guys who you have to imagine has a screw or two loose. Or, according to this video, maybe even more.

The clip, originally posted to the Britain’s @Channel4News Twitter account, shows Martin breaking the World Speed Record on arguably one of the most intimidating Wall of Deaths ever built. On it, Martin reached a top speed of 78.15 mph…

That may not seem like a lot, and in the end Martin makes getting up to that speed look relatively easy, but consider that the wall is near vertical and you’ll start thinking, “Better him than me.” If not, consider also that it’s around 382 feet in circumference and made entirely of wood (did someone say, splinters?).

Strangely, Martin described himself as the luckiest man alive for getting the chance to set a World Speed Record on this same wall.

Yeah, definitely more than just a few screws loose.

Watch the clip above and see if you don’t agree.

VIDEO: Guy Martin Just Broke the World Speed Record on the Wall of Death Better him than us, we say. And you probably will too after watching this video.

Another world speed record for – 78.15mph. Massive congratulations.

— Channel 4 (@Channel4)

Guy Martin is one of those guys who you have to imagine has a screw or two loose. Or, according to this video, maybe even more.

The clip, originally posted to the Britain’s @Channel4News Twitter account, shows Martin breaking the World Speed Record on arguably one of the most intimidating Wall of Deaths ever built. On it, Martin reached a top speed of 78.15 mph…

That may not seem like a lot, and in the end Martin makes getting up to that speed look relatively easy, but consider that the wall is near vertical and you’ll start thinking, “Better him than me.” If not, consider also that it’s around 382 feet in circumference and made entirely of wood (did someone say, splinters?).

Strangely, Martin described himself as the luckiest man alive for getting the chance to set a World Speed Record on this same wall.

Yeah, definitely more than just a few screws loose.

Watch the clip above and see if you don’t agree.
VIDEO: Guy Martin Just Broke the World Speed Record on the Wall of Death Better him than us, we say. And you probably will too after watching this video.

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