Man Makes Guinness Book With Jet Pack Flight - An inventor is in the record books for his “Iron Man” suit.
Richard Browning, founder and chief test pilot of Gravity Industries, slipped into his body controlled, jet engine powered suit and into the record books yesterday. He reached a top speed of 32.02 mph on his final attempt and that cemented his place in Guinness lore.
A representative from the famed record keepers was on hand for the feat and it happened to also be Guinness World Record Day.
Browning spent a lot of time doing core strength exercises so had enough muscle power and balance to manage the suit.