Move over Mad Max Crazy Colin is here.
In his most recent video, Lincolnshire-based Furze shows pipes on the vehicle glowing red as the kart spits out fire while it picks up speed.
‘Top speed as of yet is around 60mph (96km/h) as you can see in the video but I run out of runway so could be more in it but until I get on a longer runway I won’t know,’ Colin Furze wrote on his website.
Furze created his jet-kart by stretching a go-kart’s chassis by 4.9ft (1.5 metres) in order to fit the massive jet engine. Furze says the jet-kart was a natural progression for the jet-bicycle that he built in 2013.
The British inventor is well known online for his outrageous, and often dangerous stunts. He achieved notoriety when he debuted his gas powered 53mph pram last year, shortly after becoming a father for the first time. The video of him testing that invention, fortunately not with his new-born baby inside the pram, gained over 1.4 million views. Mr Furze also features on Sky TV’s Gadget Geeks and gained his first Guinness world record for making the world’s largest bonfire in 2006.