Daredevil & # 39; breaks THREE world records & # 39; by making a jump of 250 feet over the Yangtze River

Daredevil & # 39; breaks THREE world records & # 39; by making a jump of 250 feet over the Yangtze River

  • Driver Li Qilong, 40, drives down a rickety wooden slope before crossing the river
  • It floats through the air and clears a distance of 250 feet before landing
  • According to local media reports, Qilong has broken three world records

A daredevil showed his nerves of steel as he sprayed his car over the Yangtze River.

Local media report that the man has thereby broken three world records.

Footage shows Li Qilong, 40, speeding up a runway before flying through the air over the source of the river in the Chinese province of Qinghai.

A daredevil showed his nerves of steel as he sprayed his car over the Yangtze River

A daredevil showed his nerves of steel as he sprayed his car over the Yangtze River

His car zooms in along a rickety wooden runway that bends under the weight of the car before it floats through the air for a distance of 250 feet and ends up on a giant blue inflatable path

His car zooms in along a rickety wooden runway that bends under the weight of the car before it floats through the air for a distance of 250 feet and ends up on a giant blue inflatable path

His car zooms in along a rickety wooden runway that bends under the weight of the car before it floats through the air for a distance of 250 feet and ends up on a giant blue inflatable path

His car zooms in along a rickety wooden runway that bends under the weight of the car.

The spectators are fascinated when the car reaches the end of the runway and seems to fly through the air.

As the car floats through the air, the frame seems to rise from its wheels.

As soon as the car clears the distance, 250 feet, it comes back to earth and hits a giant blue inflatable landing mat.

The distance that Mr. Qilong cleared was almost twice as large as that of a comparable record in 1997.

Driver Ke Shouliang jumped over the Hukou waterfall on the Yellow River in China and cleared a distance of 165 feet.

Guinness World Records has been contacted for comment.

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