In 2004, a BUGGYRA special driven by David Vršecký rewrote the history books with a new speed record. In Dubai, using a close highway for 1-kilometre with a rolling start, officials recorded an average speed of 281.723 kph. But that was not enough for David Vršecký, who added another record in 2008. This time at a Czech airport at Panenský Týnec. His 1-kilometre drive with a standing start recorded a speed of 171.878 kph. In 2010, BUGGYRA added 3 more records on DEKRA testing oval in Germany and then just 3 years later, David Vršecký improved them at the same place even more. Records? 100 kilometres with 185.316 kph, 100 miles with 186.755 kph and 1 hour with 187.518 kph.
In 2020 David Vrsecky was joined by young Aliyyah Koloc. 15 year old Aliyyah have broken two world records for 500 with both flying and standing start at Panenský Týnec airport. Her times were 13,209s for standing start and 7,303s for flying start and her top speed was 284,13 kph. Even though Aliyyah was too young to have a international racing license at the time of the record runs, both of her times are faster than official world records for 500m run with a truck.