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Highlights from this Weekend's Texas Mile

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CORPUS CHRISTI (Kiii News) -

Here are some of the highlights from the Texas Mile event that took place this past weekend:

· Jennifer Robertson broke the standing mile record for the world's fastest female on a motorcycle with a speed of 243.6mph on a Suzuki Hayabusa
· KP Racing bested their time as the world's fastest Camaro with a speed of 263.2 mph
· Sean Kennedy set a new Texas Mile record in a Ford GT with a speed of 263.3 mph
· Revan Racing set a new world record as the world's fastest Ford Mustang with a speed of 220.8mph in a 2007 Shelby GT500 Super Snake Convertible
· The event's fastest motorcycle was a  249.6 ridden by Hussain Alsowaigh on a Suzuki Hayabusa

You can also visit the Texas Mile Facebook page for more on the event.

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