The land speed record is the highest speed achieved by a person using a vehicle on land. .. "Deaf stuntwoman Kitty O'Neil sets women's land-speed record". World Record attempts are governed by regulations as set out in Article and Appendix D of the FIA's International Sporting Code. To view these regulations. On this day in , brothers Bill and Bob Summers set a world land-speed record— miles per hour—on the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah. (The land-speed record at that time, miles per hour, had been set by Briton John Cobb in ) The Goldenrod’s first six-mile.
There's a new world land speed record of mph (that's km/h) – and what's even more astonishing is the record was set in a. 3 days ago Bloodhound Programme Ltd, the company behind the Bloodhound SSC land speed record attempt, was disbanded Friday after it failed to. The current land speed record for a steerable car is the mph set in October by British Royal Air Force pilot Andy Green driving the.
A new world land speed record of km/h has been set by a year-old car, the Challenger 2. The historic car made its first attempt at the. It was a moment his family had been chasing for a half-century. Racer Danny Thompson set a land speed record for piston-powered. In , racer Mickey Thompson went to the Bonneville Salt Flats with an hp streamliner and a goal of trying to best his personal record of.