Back in 2001, a guerilla street racer named Alex Roy set a world record for completing a 24.48 mile lap around the perimeter of Manhattan in 27 minutes. A new driver, who goes by the name of the "Corporate Broadcasting Company," recently got behind the wheel after three weeks of recon to break Roy's 10-year old record. His whip of choice for the harrowing, 26:03 journey? A Saturn Sky convertible. The record-breaking route began at the Staten Island Ferry Terminal, headed up the FDR, blitzed across the usually-clogged on-ramp for the GQ bridge, bolted down the West Side Highway, and ended after a dash through the Battery Park Tunnel near the Ferry Terminal the southern tip of Manhattan. Considering all the nightmarish congestion and traffic lights on that route, it's really an easy feat at all, even in the wee hours of the morning. To prove it, CBC caught it on a dash-cam video. Check it out below, via Jalopnik.