First things first, this is no ordinary motorcycle—it doesn’t even have a headlight. This is a purpose-built, two wheel missile created for no other reason than setting records at the DLRA Speedweek on Lake Gairdner, Australia. Beginning with a 2008 Thruxton, the crew of speed junkies set their sights on coaxing every last bit of horsepower out of the 1000cc motor. This meant performance everything to top out over 100 hp. Combine that with race specific suspension work and a carbon fiber body, and the Thruxton is ready for the Salt Flats. Running on straight alcohol, the Triumph just set a new record at just under 150 mph—with much more on tap.