The little fellow recently spent 24 hours on the world famous Le Mans race circuit to break the Guinness World record for "the longest distance covered by a battery-operated remote-controlled model car".
It was all in aid of proving the chops of Panasonic's EVOLTA battery, responsible for powering the little pedalling bot and already winner of a Guinness gong for "the longest lasting AA alkaline battery". Mmmm, prestigious.
In 24 hours the tiny tricyclist travelled 23.726km – about 5.6 laps of the 4.2km track, following an infrared beam from a lead car. We do feel a little sorry for whoever had to drive in front at 1kph for 24 hours, though.
Now if they could only scale him up a bit, maybe I could get a robo-backie home from work...