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Bluebird at Brooklands, 1928. Malcolm Campbell can be seen to the left, behind the mechanics, leaning against the car. With mechanics running tests on the car at the side of the racetrack. On 19th February 1928, Malcolm Campbell set a new world land speed record in Bluebird of 206.956mph at Pendine Sands.
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