British racing ace George Eyston prior to the race as his car 'Thunderbolt' is painted black. The track prepared at Bonneville, Utah salt flats. Eyston in car and man writing inscriptions on inner part of car. Car goes on high speed and Eyston breaks his last speed record with a new one of 345 mph. Eyston wears racing goggles on head with fans.
Captain George Eyston's car does 347 miles per hour during a trial run in Bonneville, Utah. Spectators and mechanics' team with support staff under shades during the trial run. The car runs on the sandy beach and touches the figure of 347 miles per hour. The failure of electrical timing device makes the record unofficial.
A new speed record being set in Bonneville, Utah. A large crowd gathers to witness the setting of a new speed record by British racing driver John Cobb at Salt Flats in Bonneville, Utah. Cobb drives his Railton ' Red Lion ' at 368 miles per hour at Salt Flats to set a new speed record. Cobb climbs out of the car as admirers surround him.
English racing motorist Sir Malcolm Campbell sets a speed record on the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah, United States in 1935. He drives his vehicle 'Bluebird' over the Utah desert. People gather to watch the performance of the motorist.
Sir Malcolm Campbell sets speed record at Bonneville Salt Flats, Utah. Officials look through binoculars from raised platform. A board under platform reads 'Headquarters Official timing station Contest Board'. Campbell drives his six-ton Bluebird Car at 301 miles per hour. Technicians fix a flat tire during the record attempt. Sir Malcolm seated inside the car after setting the record.
The last race for Ab Jenkins and his 'Mormon Meteor' car in Bonneville, Utah. Mormon Meteor with people around it. The car races. A man with a sign that reads '197'. A man looks through a pair of binoculars. People around Jenkins as the hood of the car is opened after overheating. Smoke comes out of the engine. Ab Jenkins shakes hands with a man and rubs his eye with a handkerchief.