Chris Bryson Hayabusa Speed Record AttemptHe will attempt to get his 1300cc Hayabusa motorbike up to 329km/h and break the current land speed record in the MPS-G 1350cc class during Dry Lakes Racers Australia speed week at Lake Gairdner, South Australia.
“290km/h to 300km/h is where it gets tough,” said Chris, “It’s not the sort of thing you can train for because there’s nowhere else you can do those speeds.”
The times & classes as below
APS/G 1350. 215 mph (old record 155 mph )
APS/F. 1350. 211 mph
( Problem with fairing or it would've gone faster than 215 mph)
Then removed fairing to run in open classes as below.
A/G 1350. 187 mph.
(First run with no fairing )
A/F. 1350. 198 mph
Second run with no fairing & rode it a bit better.
APS is altered partial streamlining. ( fairing on )
G is gas class ( basically means pump petrol )
F is fuel class ( means you can put anything in the tank you want)
A is altered but no streamlining
So I ran two classes with the fairing on (APS ) & two classes with the fairing off A/G & A/F
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