The world’s smallest go-kart has hit the tracks in Brazil after a marble worker from Ponta Grossa fashioned it out of a slab of wood.
Anderson Nica’s creation can travel at speeds of 50 miles an hour and has a solitary metal rod in the name of a handle. The brake-less sled measures 4 inches x 3.5 inches and consists of four wheels. The idea dawned upon Nica after his son challenged him to create "something different".
The go-kart, though, leaves its inventor in immense pain every time he rides it. Nica develops cramps in his back due to the excessive crouching that his mean machine subjects him to, but continues riding it as he cannot resist the challenge of doing something nobody else can.
Video Editor: Vivek Gupta