Bobby Cleveland made history again today, as he stole his world record back from Don Wales by speeding across the Bonneville salt flats at an average of 96 miles per hour. The record in question? Fastest land speed on a lawnmower (that can still cut grass). The pimped-out mower in question, called the 104+, is highly modified to reach extreme speeds. The team was initially aiming for over 100 miles per hour, Cleveland said in a video by Itnnews:
"We were always shooting for 100, actually we were shooting for 104 of course. But, we did a few changes, we got back on our next run and we got up to 97.3 miles an hour.... Man, now that's the fastest I've ever been on a lawnmower."