Remote control car builder Nic Case has built a record braking car named the Schumacher Mi3, which is a rocket-looking, streamlined bullet, that took Case six months to build and over $4,000 in parts.
The Schumacher Mi3 has been fitted with an handcrafted carbon-fiber chassis and is powered by an 11-horsepower motor supported by a 12-cell battery pack. Watch a video of the record breaking Schumacher Mi3 makes it 161.76mph setting a new record after the jump.
Case is now looking to build a new remote control record breaker called the “Streamliner” which he hopes will break the record he has just set with Schumacher Mi3. We will keep you posted as more information about Streamliner comes to light.
Source : GenceptFiled Under: Technology News