Guy Martin trained by Sir Chris Hoy & Sir Ben Ainslie as he attempts human-powered boat record in Speed with Guy Martin finale
NORTH Lincolnshire speedster Guy Martin will be seen preparing for an attempt at another record on television tonight (Sunday, October 2).
The third and final episode in the current series of Speed with Guy Martin will see the star, who grew up in Kirmington, take on the 25-year-old speed record for a human-powered boat.
It has been billed as the Isle of Man TT star's most physically and technically challenging record attempt yet and involves pedalling a purpose-built boat along a 100-metre course at an average speed of 21mph.
The challenge calls for some expert guidance, so Guy is trained... read more
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