ACAT Global’s Ferrari 575 aims to break the land speed record of 232mph at the Bonneville SpeedWeek, which runs from August 11 to 17. The task of transforming the regular, production Ferrari 575 into a high-speed contender was taken on by partners -- Advanced Clean Air Technologies (ACAT) and JBR Motorsports’ Jim Busby. ACAT’s specialization is in producing the “world’s lightest, smallest, most cost-effective, and greenest catalytic converters on the market.” However, these don’t have an impact on the goal to break the land speed record (in the CGT class) of 232 mph. ACAT Global’s Joe Moch will be driving the vehicle in the Grand Touring class at the Bonneville Speed Flats. Land Speed Record veterans Van and Kathy Butler have been supporting the team. For many years now, this couple have been volunteering and racing for the Southern California Timing Association (SCTA)\. Kathy has more than 40 Motorcycle World Land Speed Records.