Bentley Continental Supersports Convertible World Speed Record On Ice [VIDEO]

Juha Kankkunen recently piloted the high-performance Bentley Continental Supersports convertible on the frozen waters of the Baltic Sea to a breathtaking 205.48 mph, setting a new world speed record on ice.

The temperatures at the location were as low as minus 30 degrees Celsius, and with sudden snow blizzards and dangerous crosswinds everything was extreme from driving conditions to final speed. Here we have video footage of the record run and also a good overview of the 16.5km track. Enjoy the freezing cold views and breathtaking speeds below!


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