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Tazio Nuvolari travelling at 200 m.p.h. on the Bimotore Alfa-Romeo. With which he took the eight litre, mile, and kilometre records.

The unorthodox front wheel drive car. Speed of the Wind, with which Eyston and others took 15 records at Bonneville Salt Flats.

John Cobb on the Napier RaiIton,which holds the Brooklands Outer Circuit record. Records set up in Utah were later beaten by Eyston.

Fastest of them all, Sir Malcolm Campbell achieved his life-long ambition of 300 m.p.h. on the Utah Salt Lake, driving his famous Blue Bird.

Seven records in Class F were taken by this streamlined saloon Adler. A speed of 76.86 m.p.h. was maintained for 4 days.

Fitted with a new body, the M.G. Magic Midget. driven by Bobby Kohbrausch, reached the amazing speed of 130.48 m.p.h.