At a recent test at the airport Elvington guy Martin broke up-charged Suzuki Hayabusa to 247 mph (398 km/h). At the moment the bike is not standing rear fairing. According to reports from local media the weather was very windy, gusts up to 80 km/h, which is greatly hindered.
In the past Martin has already shown a better result. In September of 2019, he was able to develop a speed 270.965 mph.
Trevor Duckworth, the owner of “Straightliners Events”: “He did a great job to develop the bike. He is with us all the time. He is very smart and constantly learning. At the moment it accelerates faster than 270 mph, about 275 mph on GPS. The main issue Elvington is a breeze. Open area so it can blow out simultaneously from the East and the West. There are also problems with braking. Elvington, however, is the only place in Britain where you can accelerate from 0 to 300 mph, but not so simple.”
Motorcycle guy — Suzuki Hayabusa supercharged. It has collected Jarrod Jack frost of Holeshot Racing. He is also a record speed. Motorcycle modified for the needs of guy’s, but bore and stroke have not changed. The working volume is still stock — 1340 cm3. At the peak power of up to 830 HP
We wish you guy luck in the next races, so we finally wrote that 300 miles/hour submit to him.