Edible Car, 91% Cake, Sets Record For Speed, Distance Champion race car driver Michael Andretti won the race — covering 350 feet at a top speed of 17 miles per hour. The event helped to launch the parking garage at a new casino in Washington state.
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Edible Car, 91% Cake, Sets Record For Speed, Distance

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Edible Car, 91% Cake, Sets Record For Speed, Distance

Edible Car, 91% Cake, Sets Record For Speed, Distance

Edible Car, 91% Cake, Sets Record For Speed, Distance

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Champion race car driver Michael Andretti won the race — covering 350 feet at a top speed of 17 miles per hour. The event helped to launch the parking garage at a new casino in Washington state.

NOEL KING, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Noel King. There's a new record for speed and distance by an edible car. Officially, it was 91% cake. Indy racing legend Michael Andretti won, covering 350 feet at a top speed of 17 miles an hour. The event was to help launch the parking garage at a new casino in Washington state. After the race, everyone got Champagne, milk and slices of car. It's MORNING EDITION.

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