Yuri GROMOV, “FACTS”
The Guinness book of records after ten months recorded the achievement of American racers Jesse Combs, which pushed the car to 841,3 km/h and set a new benchmark for ground moving four-wheeled vehicles, which was piloted by a woman.
Tabloidy as reported by the website TMZ, the record was set on 27 August 2019 in Oregon (USA). Develop a furious speed on the dry lake bed, the car had an accident. How then has established a consequence, the cause was a mechanical failure of the front wheel, which was probably caused by a collision with a small solid object. In the end the car caught fire, and she is the 39-year-old racer died from hitting his head.
Add that Jesse Combs was the presenter of many shows on automotive topics, and actively pushed for a more massive inclusion of women in extreme sports. A colleague of the deceased racers Terry Madden shortly after the tragedy revealed that it was to be her last attempt to set a world record on this car.
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Earlier, the “FACTS” reported that the 94-year-old German Granny gymnast Johanna Quaas included in the Guinness Book of records.