A successful attempt to break the world record for the fastest flight by an electric plane ended in drama after the plane lost power.
At first things went well - the plane reached a speed of 202mph, which is a record for an electric plane.
But pilot Chip Yates was forced to complete a 'deadstick' landing, where a plane has to glide without engine power.
Yates only has 58 hours of flight time logged, and earned his pilot's licence in just two months.
The Flight of the Century all-electric plane is intended to complete the first trans-Atlantic flight by a battery-powered craft.
However, the team might have a bit more work to do... Watch the dramatic landing above.