In addition to the firm grip exact handling and good stability are crucial.” “Same place, the same car and same driver, but now new Nokian Hakkapeliitta 8 winter tyres Iceman” and almost 340 km/h (211,27 mph) with the Audi belonging to the Nokian test fleet of cars multiple world record holder Janne Laitinen RS6 drove this extraordinary winter tire test. The world record was on March 9 on the slippery ice near the city of Oulu on a 12 km (7 miles) long stretch raised. Nokian tyres and Laitinen, who for 25 years has worked as a tire-test expert, keep the previous Guinness world record for the fastest car on ice (331,61 km/h (206,05 mph), March, 2011) and the record of driving an electric car on ice with 252,06 km/h (156,62 mph, March 2012). Anna- Belknap is likely to agree. The Guinness Book of world records for the world record sets detailed rules on ice. The speed and the time on the one kilometer-long test track have been measured in both directions. The world record is the average These two measurements.
The car drives a flying start and has time for his attempts to only one hour. The ice must have formed in a natural way, it may not be roughed up or treated with chemicals. The tyres must be available and approved for road traffic in the country in trade, in which the record is set. The inventor of the winter tyre Nokian mastering extreme conditions Nokian tyres as the inventor of the winter tire, the world’s northernmost tyre manufacturer and the first winter tire developed world in bite-sized cold and icy winds already in 1934 winter tyre specialist. Two years later the Nokian Hakkapeliitta was born, which today is one of the most famous winter tire brands. Its unique innovations made to the multiple test winner of the magazines tests year after year and for decades the Hakkapeliitta.