Blue Flame (car)
The Blue Flame is the rocket-powered vehicle driven by Gary Gabelich that achieved the world land speed record on Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah on October 23, 1970. The vehicle set the FIA world recor...
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Blue Bird K4
Blue Bird K4 was a powerboat commissioned in 1939 by Sir Malcolm Campbell, to rival the Americans' efforts in the fight for the world water speed record. The name "K4" was derived from its Lloyd's unl...
List of Bluebird record-breaking vehicles
Blue Bird or Bluebird is the name of various cars and boats used by Sir Malcolm Campbell, his son Donald and other family members to set land and water speed records.
The name Blue Bird was origin...
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Speed of the Wind
Speed of the Wind was a record-breaking car of the 1930s, built for and driven by Captain George Eyston.The car was designed by Eyston and E A D Eldridge, then built by the father of Tom Delaney It w...
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The Bullet Project
The Bullet Project is a project that aims to construct a vehicle called The RV1. The Project founder is Paul Noone a vehicle restorer/builder residing in Perth, Western Australia.
The Project veh...
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Inspiration (car)
Inspiration is a British-designed and -built steam-propelled car designed by Glynne Bowsher and developed by the BSCC (British Steam Car Challenge) team.Inspiration holds the World Land Speed Record f...
Bluebird Mach 1.1
Bluebird Mach 1.1 (CMN-8) was a design for a rocket-powered supersonic land speed record car, planned by Donald Campbell but thwarted by his subsequent death during a water speed record attempt in Blu...
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Buckeye Bullet
The Buckeye Bullet is the name of a series of student-built, alternative-fuel race cars created by The Ohio State University students led by Dr. Giorgio Rizzoni at the Center for Automotive Research. ...
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Goldenrod (car)
Goldenrod is an American streamliner car which held the wheel-driven land speed record from 1965 to 1991. It was owned by Bob and Bill Summers, of Ontario, California. Bob Summers drove the car to s...
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Napier-Campbell Blue Bird
The Napier-Campbell Blue Bird was a land speed record car driven by Malcolm Campbell. Its designer was C. Amherst Villiers and Campbell's regular mechanic Leo Villa supervised its construction.This wa...
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Crusader (speedboat)
Crusader was a jet-powered speed boat piloted by John Cobb. It was built by Vospers of Portsmouth and designed by Reid Railton, costing £15,000 in 1949. It was silver and scarlet in colour and 10m l...
Thunderbolt (car)
Thunderbolt was a British Land Speed Record holder of the 1930s, driven by Captain George E.T. Eyston.
Between 1937 and 1939, the competition for the Land Speed Record was between two Englishmen: ...
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René Stapp
René Stapp was a French racing driver who in 1932 attempted to break the land speed record with one of the most outlandish, and ugliest, cars to ever attempt to do so. The car was built in Paris betwe...
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Bluebird Garage
Bluebird Chelsea, at 330-350 King's Road, Chelsea, London, is a Grade II listed building that is now a noted Conran restaurant and retail space, but which had its origins as a noted Art Deco garage co...
North American Eagle Project
The North American Eagle Project is a jet-powered automobile that is intended to challenge the 763 mph (Mach 1.02) land speed record set by the ThrustSSC in 1997. It is a cooperation of Canadian ...
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Railton Special
The Railton Special, later rebuilt as the Railton Mobil Special, is a one-off motor vehicle designed by Reid Railton and built for John Cobb's successful attempts at the land speed record in 1938. It ...
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Bloodhound SSC
Bloodhound SSC is a supersonic land vehicle currently in development. Its goal is to match or exceed 1,000 miles per hour (1,609 km/h) achieving a new world land speed record. The pencil-shaped c...
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Leyland Eight
The Leyland Eight was a luxury car produced by Leyland Motors from 1920 to 1923.The car was designed by the chief engineer of Leyland Motors, J.G. Parry-Thomas and his assistant Reid Railton, and was ...
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Babs (land speed record car)
Babs was the land speed record car built and driven by John Parry-Thomas. It was powered by a 27-litre Liberty aero-engine.Babs began as 'Chitty 4', one of Count Louis Zborowski's series of aero-engin...
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Alfa Romeo 8C
The Alfa Romeo 8C name was used on road, race and sports cars of the 1930s. The 8C means 8 cylinders, and originally referred to a straight 8-cylinder engine. The Vittorio Jano designed 8C was Alfa Ro...
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Campbell-Railton Blue Bird
The Campbell-Railton Blue Bird was Sir Malcolm Campbell's final land speed record car.His previous Campbell-Napier-Railton Blue Bird of 1931 was rebuilt significantly. The overall layout and the simpl...
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Pioneer 2M
Pioneer 2M was a Soviet Union land speed record car built in 1961 under the guidance of I. Tichomirov. The body was made of aluminum and the wheels of a magnesium alloy. It was powered by two gas turb...
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Napier-Railton
The Napier-Railton is an aero-engined race car built in 1933, designed by Reid Railton to a commission by John Cobb, and built by Thomson & Taylor. It was driven by Cobb, mainly at the Brooklands...
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Budweiser Rocket
The Budweiser Rocket was an American 3-wheeled land vehicle, generally resembling the 1970-era Blue Flame land speed record holding vehicle in appearance, powered by a hybrid liquid and solid-fuel roc...
Sunbeam 1000 hp
The Sunbeam 1000 HP Mystery, or "The Slug", is a land speed record-breaking car built by the Sunbeam car company of Wolverhampton that was powered by two aircraft engines. It was the first car to tra...
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