Two South African stuntmen, Enrico Schoeman and Andre de Kock, already own one of the most dangerous world records. Riding a motorcycle through a tunnel of fire. The current mark is 68.49 meters (about 225 feet). And tomorrow Friday September 23, 2011 at 7.30 pm local time in New Zealand, they will attempt to ride a Kawasaki-powered Australian Sidecar through a fire tunnel of 85 meters (about 279 feet or 93 yards.)The Guiness World Record rules require the entire tunnel to be burning from the time of entry to the time of exit. Because of the no visibility while riding inside the tunnel, the rider Enrico Schoeman will have to remain focused on a white line drawn down the middle of the inferno to keep the three-wheeled racing machine from smashing through the flaming walls with devastating consequences. Tunnel is a structure of steel and cardboard soaked with gas. They will have a small window of opportunity to ride through it. Why a sidecar? I could net get a justification. So, if you know… Well, good luck guys.