Lebanese engineer and car enthusiast Fahed Abu Salah took a shot at the Guinness world record for the longest single car burnout at the Forum De Beyrouth and he actually made it!
Last September, Fahed Abu Salah made the longest single car burn out record in the Middle East which lasted for more than four minutes. This attempt was made in his deep sky blue SS/RS Camaro which had blue wheels that produced blue smoke while burning. The blue color was the theme of this event as support to prostate cancer patients.
Abu Salah's university studies didn't stop him from his passion for cars and the mechanical fields. As he excelled his major in computer and communication engineering, he made time for his cars. He participated in many car clubs and established one of his own called "Lebanese Automotive Super Cars Club" which mainly revolves around supercars. This club organizes activities in full safety standards away from all road dangers.
The Lebanese young man earned a new Guinness world record for Lebanon all thanks to his passion for cars. In fact, Abu Salah declares that he provides car lovers a safe field for them to practice their favorite sports away from all dangers that can be associated with such practices on the road.
Therefore, he launched his social media accounts on Youtube, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and many more in order to share all his experiences in driving supercars as well as posting videos reviewing these types of cars. These practices are in collaboration with international car companies where he helps them in the marketing business that way.
Congratulations to Fahed Abu Salah for his achievement and his burnout record, Lebanon is proud to have such career-oriented young men!