‘World's fastest shed' breaks own speed record
PENDINE SANDS, Wales - The world’s fastest garden shed has once again broken its own speed record. Created by British gardener Kevin Nicks in 2015, the motorized shed is part racecar and part storage structure.
Thanks to some help from former British prime minister David Cameron, the shed has even been declared street legal.
Last year the shed set the Guinness world record for fastest shed, travelling at 80 miles per hour, and breaking the previous record of 58 miles per hour.
Recently, Nicks upgraded his shed, putting a high-performance Audi RS4 engine under the hood. That allowed Nicks to break his own speed record and achieve his dream of driving a garden shed at more than 100 miles per hour.
Nicks plans to continue to push the limits of how fast a shed can travel.