The world’s longest pizza, which ended up spanning over 6,333 feet, was produced by a team of chefs on Saturday morning at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, Calif.
The original plan was to create a pizza 7,000 feet in length, but once the cooks had safely secured the Guinness World Record for the longest pie — surpassing the 6,082-foot (and 3.4-inches) pizza made in Naples, Italy, in May 2016
The charge was led by Fash Asvadi, the founder of PizzaOvens.com, who earned donations for the attempt through sponsors, reported LA Weekly.
Appropriately for a pizza assembled on a racetrack, the cooking process was surprisingly a speedy one.
Volunteers laid out a special oven that cooked the pizza at 50ft per minute, blasting the pie with intense heat of between 700 and 1000 degrees Fahrenheit.
The final ingredient numbers:
17756 lbs of dough= 8053Kg
768 A10 Cans of Sauce= approx. 5000lbs Approx 2267 Kilo
3900 lbs of cheese 1770 kilos
Guinness representatives were on hand to certify the new record, and tweeted out on Monday morning that the Fontana Pizza had officially broken the world record for the world’s longest pizza.