Normally, a remote-controlled car wouldn't have a chance to beat a real car in a race. But this ain't your normal remote-controlled car. No, this is the Schumacher Mi3, the fastest R/C car in the world. Its top speed? A whopping 161.76MPH.
Built by Nic Case, it took six months and $4,000 to complete this beast. It has "a carbon fiber chassis, an 11hp motor and a 12-cell battery pack." To see its record setting run, check the video below, but be sure not to blink; that thing is seriously fast.