Earlier this year, a lot of people drove too fast for icy conditions. But they never reached the speed of Finnish rally legend Juha Kankkunen. In temperatures of minus 30 degrees C on a section of the Baltic Sea frozen over with ice more than two feet thick, Kankkunen hit 205.48 mph. In a convertible. Although he did have the roof up, so he's not that tough. This figure is a world speed record for driving on ice. The previous record was 199.83, also set by Kankkunen. The car was a Bentley Continental Supersports Convertible with winter tires, a few more bits of safety equipment and some extra aero appendages, like a drogue parachute.