A modified JCB Fastrac Two is now officially the world’s fastest tractor, as certified by Guinness World Records. It was driven by former motorcycle racer Guy Martin and he managed to achieve a top speed of 153.771 mph and averaged 135.191 mph. This unit was designed and built by a group of young engineers in Staffordshire.
This record-breaking tractor is based on a standard, commercially available Fastrac, powered by JCB’s 7.2 litre, Dieselmax engine produced at the JCB Power Systems factory in Derbyshire. However, this one is 10% lighter and even more streamlined, complete with improved aerodynamics, yet still uses over 50% of standard Fastrac parts.
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This has been a massive undertaking, and I was a very small cog in the machine. But to be that small cog was a massive honour, so thank you very much to JCB and its engineering team, who got this tractor absolutely spot-on. Just look at it, they get stuff done, they’re brilliant, and this is a work of art,” said Guy Martin, former motorcycle racer and television presenter.