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Land Speed Record Collection

Background imageLand Speed Record Collection: Super Sentinel truck with the Sunbeam 1000hp land speed record breaker. Creator: Unknown

Super Sentinel truck with the Sunbeam 1000hp land speed record breaker. Creator: Unknown
Super Sentinel truck with the Sunbeam 1000hp land speed record breaker

Background imageLand Speed Record Collection: Burman & his 'Benz', between c1910 and c1915. Creator: Bain News Service

Burman & his "Benz", between c1910 and c1915. Creator: Bain News Service
Burman & his "Benz", between c1910 and c1915. Shows race car driver Bob Burman and his "Blitzen Benz."

Background imageLand Speed Record Collection: Silver Bullett chassis at Wolverhampton factory 1930. Creator: Unknown

Silver Bullett chassis at Wolverhampton factory 1930. Creator: Unknown
Silver Bullett chassis at Wolverhampton factory 1930

Background imageLand Speed Record Collection: Sir Malcolm Campbells Bid for a New Record, 1935. Creator: Unknown

Sir Malcolm Campbells Bid for a New Record, 1935. Creator: Unknown
Sir Malcolm Campbells Bid for a New Record, 1935. Malcolm Campbell (1885-1948) being photographed at Brooklands in Surrey following Bluebirds rebuild, and prior to going to Daytona Beach in Florida

Background imageLand Speed Record Collection: Henry Segrave, and Malcolm Campbell, with motoring artist Frederick Gordon Crosby, Brooklands

Henry Segrave, and Malcolm Campbell, with motoring artist Frederick Gordon Crosby, Brooklands
British racing drivers Henry Segrave, and Malcolm Campbell, with motoring artist Frederick Gordon Crosby, Brooklands

Background imageLand Speed Record Collection: Sir Henry Segrave, 1937

Sir Henry Segrave, 1937. Sir Henry O Neil de Hane Segrave (1896-1930). From Sir Malcolm Campbells Book of Famous Motorists, edited by Sir Malcolm Campbell

Background imageLand Speed Record Collection: Flying Spray (Captain G. E. T. Eyston), 1938

Flying Spray (Captain G. E. T. Eyston), 1938. From Willss Cigarettes - Speed: A Series of 50 [W. D. & H.O. Wills, Bristol, 1938]

Background imageLand Speed Record Collection: Sir Malcolm Campbell at high speed in `Blue Bird`, 1935

Sir Malcolm Campbell at high speed in `Blue Bird`, 1935. Campbell set a new land speed record of over 276 miles per hour on 12 March at Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah

Background imageLand Speed Record Collection: In January 1927, Major Malcolm Campbell in his famous Bluebird broke the worlds land speed recor

In January 1927, Major Malcolm Campbell in his famous Bluebird broke the worlds land speed record at Pendine Sands, c1927, (1935). Malcolm Campbell (1885-1948) in Bluebird

Background imageLand Speed Record Collection: Mormon Meteor (A Jenkins), 1938

Mormon Meteor (A Jenkins), 1938. The Mormon Meteor I and III were two land speed record cars built in the 1930s by David Abbott Ab Jenkins (1883-1956). From Speed. [W.D. & H.O

Background imageLand Speed Record Collection: Speed of the Wind (Captain G. E. T. Eyston & A. Denly), 1938. Artists: George Eyston, Unknown

Speed of the Wind (Captain G. E. T. Eyston & A. Denly), 1938. Artists: George Eyston, Unknown
Speed of the Wind (Captain G. E. T. Eyston & A. Denly), 1938. Speed of Wind was a British Land Speed Record holder of the 1930s, driven by Captain George Edward Thomas Eyston (1897-1979). From Speed

Background imageLand Speed Record Collection: Thunderbolt (Captain G. E. T. Eyston), 1938. Artists: Unknown, WD & HO Wills

Thunderbolt (Captain G. E. T. Eyston), 1938. Artists: Unknown, WD & HO Wills
Thunderbolt (Captain G. E. T. Eyston), 1938. Thunderbolt was a British Land Speed Record holder of the 1930s, driven by Captain George Edward Thomas Eyston (1897-1979). From Speed. [W.D. & H.O

Background imageLand Speed Record Collection: Malcolm Campbell breaks world land speed record, 19 February 1928

Malcolm Campbell breaks world land speed record, 19 February 1928. Castrol motor oils and lubricants advertisement: Captain Malcolm Campbell breaks Worlds Record at 206.95 Miles per Hour

Background imageLand Speed Record Collection: Sir Malcom Campbell (1885-1948) in Bluebird, Daytona Beach, Florida, 7th March 1935 1936)

Sir Malcom Campbell (1885-1948) in Bluebird, Daytona Beach, Florida, 7th March 1935 1936)
Sir Malcom Campbell (1885-1948) in BlueBird, Daytona Beach, Florida, 7th March 1935 1936). Campbell set a world land speed record of 272.46 mph at Daytona, Florida in 1933

Background imageLand Speed Record Collection: Major H. O. D. Segrave, c1925

Major H. O. D. Segrave, c1925
Major H.O.D. Segrave, c1925. Sir Henry O Neil de Hane Segrave (1896?1930), set three land speed records and the water speed record


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