Sir Malcolm Campbell

Britain's legendary speed king became, the international celebrity because of his exploits as the fastest man on both ' water and land. Between 1925 and 1935 he broke, nine world land speed records, culminating in the first 300 mph run at Bonneville Salt Flats in Bluebird II. Unlike many of his racing peers, he died of natural causes - in 1948.

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