1. SSC Will Redo Tuatara's Top Speed Record Run To Satisfy Nay-Sayers  Motor1
  2. SSC to re-run top speed record attempt  Top Gear
  3. SSC to re-run Tuatara land-speed record attempt, not submitting current run to Guinness  Motor Authority
  4. SSC Tuatara To Rerun Top Speed Attempt Following Footage Doubts, CEO Confirms  Car Throttle
  5. SSC NA promises a re-run of the Tuatara's top speed record attempt  Engadget
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The SSC Tuatara's top-speed run was a controversial one, something that the company's owner wants to correct by conducting a rerun.The SSC Tuatara's top-speed run was a controversial one, something that the company's owner wants to correct by conducting a rerun.

SSC Will Redo Tuatara's Top Speed Record Run To Satisfy Nay-Sayers

Last night SSC’s CEO Jerod Shelby posted a personal statement on YouTube stating that the Tuatara will be making another attempt on the production car speed record.

SSC to re-run top speed record attempt | Top Gear

SSC won't certify its 316.11 mph production-car land-speed record and will instead make another attempt with a better effort to certify the speed.SSC won't certify its 316.11 mph production-car land-speed record and will instead make another attempt with a better effort to certify the speed.

SSC to re-run Tuatara land-speed record attempt, not submitting current run to Guinness

Over a week ago we reported that the SSC Tuatara had shattered the record for world’s fastest production car, clocking […] More

SSC Tuatara Makers Hit Back At YouTube Controversy | Grand Tour Nation

SSC announced a high-speed record set by its Tuatara hypercar, but video analysis threw their claims and data into doubt. Now SSC founder Jerod Shelby acknowledged the issues, and said they will make another attempt to break the record.SSC announced a high-speed record set by its Tuatara hypercar, but video analysis threw their claims and data into doubt. Now SSC founder Jerod Shelby acknowledged the issues, and said they will make another attempt to break the record.

SSC NA promises a re-run of the Tuatara's top speed record attempt | Engadget

Jerod Shelby has confirmed in a video statement that SSC will go for the top speed record a second time with multiple GPS tracking unitsJerod Shelby has confirmed in a video statement that SSC will go for the top speed record a second time with multiple GPS tracking units

SSC Tuatara To Rerun Top Speed Attempt Following Footage Doubts, CEO Confirms

Amid conflicting videos and data questions, SSC wants a do-over.Amid conflicting videos and data questions, SSC wants a do-over.

SSC Wants to Re-Run Tuatara Hypercar's Controversial Top Speed Record Attempt

American hypercar company SSC North America last week claimed to have broken the record for the world’s fastest production vehicle. With an average speed of 316.11 mph...American hypercar company SSC North America last week claimed to have broken the record for the world’s fastest production vehicle. With an average speed of 316.11 mph...

That SSC Tuatara world record video was misleading

The SSC Tuatara story is far from over. Jerod Shelby just released a statement saying SSC will re-try the top speed record.The SSC Tuatara story is far from over. Jerod Shelby just released a statement saying SSC will re-try the top speed record.

SSC will rerun Tuatara top speed record with more accountability | Autoblog

If you haven’t been following the SSC Tuatara record controversy, you’ve been missing out. In a nutshell: the SSC Tuatara team claimed its car set a speed record for a production car on a public Nevada road. Folks on the internet scrutinizing the video claimed that there was no way the car actually went 331 mph. The driver of the car doesn’t have any idea what’s going on. Now, the founder of SSC North America (formerly Shelby Super Cars), Jerod Shelby, has decided that the only thing to do is just go out and try to set the record again. If you haven’t been following the SSC Tuatara record controversy, you’ve been missing out. In a nutshell: the SSC Tuatara team claimed its car set a speed record for a production car on a public Nevada road. Folks on the internet scrutinizing the video claimed that there was no way the car actually went 331 mph. The driver of the car doesn’t have any idea what’s going on. Now, the founder of SSC North America (formerly Shelby Super Cars), Jerod Shelby, has decided that the only thing to do is just go out and try to set the record again.

SSC Tuatara Will Re-Run Top Speed Attempt To Prove The Doubters Wrong