The New Zealand land speed record was broken over the weekend.
NZ Air Force Sergeant Dean Hart set a new record of 363.436 kilometres an hour at the Ōhakea air force base. The previous record had been 355.485km/h.
NZ land speed record is the average speed the car does over a mile.
During the run, he reached a top speed of 458.2 km/h.
It was the first time Hart had attempted the record and gets the Castrol Trophy for setting the land speed record.
The car is powered by a Rolls Royce Viper 535 jet engine from a BAC Strikemaster aircraft. It runs on aviation jet fuel.