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Henry Segrave driving the Golden Arrow
Henry Segrave driving the Golden Arrow, Daytona Beach, Florida, USA, 1929. Following his record breaking success with the 1000hp Sunbeam, Henry Segrave announced a new attempt was to be made in an all-new car. The Golden Arrow was designed by JS Irving and used a Napier Lion aero-engine of the Special 930 hp Schneider Trophy Type. The twelve cylinders were in a W formation. The car's low line design was achieved by the use of twin propeller shafts each side of the driver. Segrave drove Golden Arrow to a new record of 231.362 mph (372.341 kph) at Daytona Beach, Florida, on 11th March 1929.
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- National Motor Museum / Heritage Images