Malcolm Campbell in Bluebird by Anonymous

Malcolm Campbell in Bluebird

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Malcolm Campbell in Bluebird

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Malcolm Campbell in Bluebird, 1935. Outside his workshop at Brooklands following Bluebird's rebuild, and prior to going to Daytona Beach Florida. Surrounded by onlookers, and team members to the left. In 1924, in a 'Bluebird', Campbell took his first official international land speed record of 146.16 miles per hour at Pendine Sands, Wales. In 1925 back at Pendine he beat this record with a speed of 150.766 mph becoming the first driver to exceed 150 mph. In 1932, he became the first man to exceed 250 mph with a 253.97 mph. In 1935 he became the first man to better 300 mph at 301.13 mph. He took the world water speed record in 1937 with a speed of 129.5 mph. He beat this in 1938 with a speed of 130.93 mph and this in turn was beaten at Coniston Water on 19th August 1939, achieving a speed of 141.74 mph, a record that was still his when he died in 1948.

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