DRUSKININKAI, Lithuania - The world's strongest man, Zydrunas Savickas, set a Guinness World Record for the ‘Most cars pulled by one man' when he towed 12 Nissan Notes weighing a total of 12 941kg.Video: Savickas hauls 12 NissansSavickas, five-times World Strongest Man, had one attempt to set the record in Druskininkai, Lithuania. Wearing a special pulling harness and rope, he hauled 12 Notes over 5m in 32.9 seconds. The record marked the end of Lithuania's Car of the Year test.‘PULLING 12 NOTES WAS FINE’Savickas said: "It is always great to set a record. Once I got into my stride pulling the 12 Nissan Notes was fine."He was presented with an official certificate from Guinness World Records representative Jack Brockbank.The Nissan Note was launched earlier in 2013 and, the automaker said: " It sets standards for sector-first technology, practicality, design and value for money".The cars are powered by a 75kW 1.2-litre supercharged petrol mated to a manual transmission.