British snowboarder Jamie Barrow has broken his own Guinness World Record, clocking a new fastest speed on a snowboard while towed by a vehicle. Barrow broke the record in 2016, setting it at 99.87 km/h across the frozen lakes of St Moritz. This month, he broke that record with a whopping 141.65 km/h.
This time he returned to the lake with a powerful Maserati Levante SUV, a much faster car than the one used in his last record attempt, fitted with Pirelli Scorpion Winter tires. The special studded tires have 474 studs per tire and are 4 mm long to allow the best grip possible on the frozen lake.
Maserati’s luxury SUV offers an array of high-tech features including the Q4 Intelligent All-Wheel Drive System and the recently developed EPS producing a highly capable SUV. With its variable torque control, the Q4 Intelligent All-Wheel Drive system is always active and responds immediately to any variation in the driving conditions, providing premium performance for Barrow’s Guinness World Record.