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A portfolio of reports telling how the first Land Speed Record of 39.24 mph was set in 1898 by Count de Chasseloup-Laubat in an electric Jeantuad. By 1919 the record had been officially pushed upto 124.10mph.
A portfolio of reports telling how the Land Speed Record criss-record the Atlantic during the '20s and how fearless drivers such as Milton, Guiness, and more pushed it up to over 230mph.
A portfolio of contemporary reports telling how the Land Speed Record was raidsed from 231.36mph in 1930 to 368.85mph in 1939.
A portfolio of reports on how the Land Speed Record was raisedfrom 369mph to 394mph by John Cobb in the Railton Mobil special.
Jet-powered contenders such as Goldenrod, Spirit of America, Thrust 2, and Thrust SSC which saw the record standing at 763mph at the end of the century.
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