A new Guinness World Record was set recently for the “tightest ever 360-degree spin performed by a driver.” The person in question is stunt driver Alastair Moffatt, who piloted a Subaru BRZ in his bid to break the previous record that was set in 2014.

To do so, Moffatt needed to perform the 360-degree spin in a gap that measured just 2.25 m wide, which is 0.25 m less than the previous Guinness World Record. And he did it in a 4,234 mm long BRZ that has been deprived of its traction control and ABS, a necessity to perform the manoeuvre.

According to Moffatt, he chose the Subaru BRZ because, “it was the perfect car in which to do it. Light, highly manoeuvrable and easy to control. It’s great to have another record to my name.” His other records include tightest parallel parking, forward and single and triple and the tightest reverse parallel parking.

The stunt took place during the 2016 Autosport Show, complete with cameras and stage lights in play, which put more pressure on Moffatt. However, he managed to smashe the record like the pro that he is, and even did so a second time (albeit with a slight hitch) for verification by Guinness World Records, this time under controlled conditions.