What is the fastest speed on the Bonneville Salt Flats? 466.290 mph The Speed Demon’s fastest speed was 466.290 mph and was achieved with a turbocharged 443ci, LS-based engine built by Duttweiler Performance. This is
What is the fastest speed on the Bonneville Salt Flats?
The Speed Demon’s fastest speed was 466.290 mph and was achieved with a turbocharged 443ci, LS-based engine built by Duttweiler Performance. This is the 10th time Speed Demon has posted the top speed of the SCTA’s Speed Week at the Bonneville Salt Flats in Wendover, Utah.
Can you drive fast on the salt flats?
You can easily drive onto the Salt Flats with just about any type of vehicle. The salt is hard. As long as you stay out of other drivers’ way, there is nothing to hit, and you can drive as fast and far as you dare.
What’s the land speed record at the salt flats?
142.8 miles per hour
Not even 30 years after Karl Benz built what is said to be the first automobile, Teddy Tetzlaff climbed into a Blitzen Benz racecar and blasted across the snow-white surface of the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah, clocking in at 142.8 miles per hour and setting an unofficial land-speed record.
Can you walk on the Bonneville Salt Flats?
CAN YOU WALK ON THE SALT FLATS? You can 100% walk on the salt flats, even if there is water, which is an awesome opportunity for reflection photos. When we visited in June, there wasn’t any water, but when I visited in March, there was. I would recommend wearing water shoes like, Chacos, Tevas, or even Crocs.
Can you drive anywhere on the Bonneville Salt Flats?
Driving is permitted on the flats, although there are sometimes seasonal closures when the salt is moist or there’s standing water on the surface — signs will be posted. Visitors should only venture beyond the road when the flats are completely dry.
Can I drive my car on the Bonneville Salt Flats?
Is it illegal to drive on the Bonneville Salt Flats?
Yes, you can drive on the salt flats, but you need to be careful. I can’t include the link here, but go to the blm.gov Website, search for “Bonneville” and click the first link. On the right side of the page, click “Travel Advisory”. Take the access road to the viewing area cul-de-sac with the information signs.