GMC Truck Motorsport’s S-15 Club Coupe, managed by Gale Banks Engineering, set five land speed records at the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah during 1989.
Banks prepares and manages GMC Project Syclone S-15 truck at Bonneville; Banks/GMC Syclone becomes World’s Fastest Pickup at 194 mph; GMC markets the Syclone high-performance pickup with the Vortec 4.3L turbocharged V-6 in 1991. A sport-utility version, the Typhoon, is also offered.
|FIA International||194.770 (mile)||July 20, 1989|
|FIA International||194.843 (kilo)||July 20, 1989|
|FIA National||194.770 (mile)||July 20, 1989|
|FIA National||194.843 (kilo)||July 20, 1989|
|SCTA National||183.942 (E. Prod.)||August 22, 1989|