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SUBARU has again demonstrated the agility and precision handling prowess of its rear-wheel drive BRZ sportscar by securing the Guinness World Record for the ‘Tightest 360° spin’.
The record was secured at the Autosport International Show over the weekend, with the BRZ in capable hands of former world record holder Alastair Moffat.
The stunt-driver ace broke the previous 2.5-metre Guinness World Record, which was achieved in 2014, by flicking the BRZ into a 360° spin between two obstacles in Autosport International’s Live Action Arena.
Moffat has previous experience setting daring Guinness World Records, including ‘Tightest Reverse Parallel Park’ and ‘Tightest Parallel Park’, the latter established at the 2015 Autosport show.
The 4,24-metre-long Subaru BRZ is renowned for its low centre of gravity and Moffat only had to turn off the traction control ABS to set the new record.
He said after the shows: “The Subaru BRZ was the perfect car in which to do it; light, highly manoeuvrable and easy to control.”