Real life ‘Iron Man’ breaks his own jet suit speed record (ASL – 11.16.19)
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British inventor Richard Browning broke his own speed record for a body controlled jet engine powered suit.
Browning, who is known as the “real-life Ironman” reached speeds of more than 85 mph.
That’s more than double his record of 32 miles an hour set in 2017.
He set the new record at Brighton Pier in England on “Guinness World Records day,” when people around the world attempt to set new world records.
Browning said he used a new suit which is made entirely from a 3-D printer.
He says it now has a leg wing and is “lighter, stronger and much smarter.”
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