The Briton skied on asphalt at a record speed


Ian Farrell has a top speed skiing on asphalt of 63.78 km per hour.

British extreme Ian Farrell became the fastest skier on asphalt in the world. At the Madrid Circuit, clinging to a Ferrari 458 GT, he reached a speed of 63.78 km per hour. The skier used standard production World Cup skis from Atomic built specifically for Giant Slalom – 195cm long and with a 35m radius.


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