Driver breaks record for world's tightest parallel-parking attempt

BY Samuel Reiman • November 25, 2014

Han Yue has reclaimed the record for tightest parallel-parking attempt after losing it to British brothers John Moffatt and Alastair Moffatt last year.

Yue was able to park a Mini Cooper with a total distance of just 8 centimeters (3.15 inches) combined between the cars ahead of and behind him. The Moffatt brothers record was 5.16 inches.

Yue is a professional stunt driver from China, and Guinness was there to officially add it into their record books.

Not entirely satisfied, Yue then went out and - with the help of Zhang Sheng Jun - set the record for most donuts around a car driving on two wheels in one minute: 10.