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Kenelm Lee Guinness and Perkins with an 8 cylinder Sunbeam
Kenelm Lee Guinness and his mechanic, Perkins, with an 8 cylinder Sunbeam, 1922. Lee Guinness took the land speed record to 133.75 mph (215 kph) at Brooklands in 1922. They are pictured here at the 1922 Isle of Man TT meeting. Perkins was killed at the 1924 San Sebastian Grand Prix when their Sunbeam crashed.
- Image ref: 1193153
- National Motor Museum / Heritage Images