Land Speed Record Jessi Combs Was Attempting Will Be Submitted To Guinness
Just last month race car driver and TV host, Jessi Combs, was killed while attempting to break the fastest land speed record. Combs was in Oregon’s Alvord Desert trying to break her own record 6 years after she broke the women’s land speed record.
Now, the results from Jessi Combs fatal land speed record attempt will be sent to Guinness for verification. It’s being reported that the average speed of Combs’ two runs was 531.889 mph, which would break the current women’s land speed record of 512.710 mph. The record was set in 1976 by Kitty O’Neil.
Combs was behind the wheel of the jet-powered North American Eagle Supersonic Speed Challenger when it went out of control and crashed.