This guy is basically Tony Stark.
An inventor from Great Britain built his own jet pack, he’s flown it before and has traveled at a speed of 75 MPH. Now Richard Browning has set a new record for his jet pack.
Browning’s previously set a record of 32.02 MPH. He’s since upgraded his suit to make it lighter and much faster. During a recent flight test over England's Brighton Pier, Browning set a new Guinness world record fastest speed in a body-controlled, jet-engine-powered, wind-guided suit, traveling at a speed of 85.06 MPH.
After his flight he said he was surprised that he hit 85 MPH.
Browning told CNET he has dreams of hitting speeds of 150 MPH one day.
Check out the video below of Richard Browning's high flying jet pack.