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What has three wheels, looks like a duck and shoots flames out of its head? The bizarre Russian art car you see here and absolutely nothing else in the entire world. [Jalopnik]
The very last Space Shuttle launch is scheduled for this weekend. To the men responsible for every detail, that’s like an eternity. NASA Navigation and Flights Control Engineer George W. Hatcher describes those final moments. [Jalopnik]
A heavily modified street-legal Ford GT made history as the first car recognised by the Guinness Book of World Records for standing-mile speed at 223mph (359km/h). Even cooler: they did it on the runway used for landing space shuttles. [Jalopnik]
Alex Roy circled the Island of Manhattan in 2001 setting a known record for fastest time at 27 minutes, reaching speeds of 232km/h over the 39km distance. A new driver’s now done it in 26:03. Here’s video. [Jalopnik]
After his Porsche 911′s engine died, the owner decided to donate the car to a non-profit… dedicated to protecting gun rights. Let’s find out what happens when you pump a car with 10,000 rounds of hot lead. [Jalopnik]