Heaviest vehicle lifted with the breath: Brian Jackson breaks world record BARTLESVILLE, Okla., USA -- A crowd of nearly 200 watched as Oklahoma-native Brian Jackson, known as the "I Believe Guy" and the holder several world records lifted a Toyota Corolla (2,780-pounds) about three inches off the ground using just the power of his breath, setting the new world record for the Heaviest vehicle lifted with the breath,
according to the World Record Academy: www.worldrecordacademy.com/.
The Guinness world record for the heaviest vehicle lifted with the breath weighed 2,520 lb (1,143 kg) by Brian Jackson (USA) at the Arrowhead Mall in Muskogee, Oklahoma, USA. Jackson blew into a lift bag in order to raise a 2011 Ford Festiva off the ground.
Guinness World Records also recognized the world record for the most beer steins carried over 40 m: 21 - achieved by Oliver Struempfel (Germany) at the Gillamoos beer festival in Abensberg, Bavaria, Germany.
Oklahoma-native Brian Jackson, known as the "I Believe Guy" and the holder several world records including one for bursting the most hot water bottles in a minute, performed the feat at the conclusion of a lunch kick-off event for United Way's 2012 fundraising campaign.
The 47 year-old Jackson holds several entries in the Guiness Book of World Records. Jackson lifted the 2,780 pound car using a rescue lift positioned under the vehicle.
United Way officials had the vehicle weighed prior to taking into the Bartlesville Community Center.