This is what happens when you take an ultra lightweight race car and toss in a 1400 cc Hayabusa engine, then race it up a Scottish hill on an extremely narrow road. The driver, Jos Goodyear, has been charging up Doune Hill for years, and with the run you're about to witness, he set a new class record.
While we're not sure how fast he maxed out at, we can tell you he averaged nearly 90 mph, including slowing down for corners. Not bad at all.
Aaron Miller is the Rides editor for Supercompressor. He's a little embarrassed to admit that he didn't even know the Doune Hill Climb event existed when he lived in Scotland.