A pair of local drivers battled it out in a promotional event in China for Mini for the Guinness World Record for the tightest parallel-parking job.
On the first attempt, the first driver, Han Yue, immediately set a new record by putting just 21cm between his Mini Cooper S and two other similar models. Just a few minutes later, however, the second driver broke Han's record with a distance of 20cm. The two drivers then proceeded to one-up each other's record by 1cm until Han's 15cm parallel-parking wasn't challenged by his unnamed counterpart, earning for him the Guinness World Record for the tightest parallel-parking feat.
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