was in 1925 > that Sir Malcolm Campbell
secured his first world land speed record in his 350hp Sunbeam, hitting a top speed of 150mph
Don Wales, grandson of Sir Malcolm Campbell
, at Brooklands in Surrey with the Electric Bluebird.
lt;B Inset, Sir Malcolm Campbell
set a record of 174.
Now the wallet - previously owned by his dad Sir Malcolm Campbell
- could fetch pounds 3000 at auction.
Your Driving Test' had commentary by 'World Speed Record-holder' - Bluebird driver Sir Malcolm Campbell
Other famous rides include the 1933 Aston Martin Le Mans that was first owned by Sir Malcolm Campbell
painted in the famous blue that graced all his cars and the 1936 Lagonda LG that won in France.
Project Runningblade will soon be attempting to set a new world record for mowers on Pendine Sands, the beach where Sir Malcolm Campbell
drove Bluebird to a land speed record in 1925.
Breaking the land speed record was an obsession of the 1920s and 1930s, and Sir Malcolm Campbell
was one of those made famous by their exploits in pursuit of the coveted achievement.
THIS year celebrates the 90th anniversary of Sir Malcolm Campbell
achieving a new World Land Speed record of 150mph at Pendine Sands, South Wales, in his 350hp Sunbeam.
The Rolls Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe Waterspeed is inspired by the spirit of speed pioneer Sir Malcolm Campbell
This is a sneak preview of the fabulous Bluebird electric car which is being unveiled this month by Don Wales - the grandson of the speed legend Sir Malcolm Campbell
Mr Walsh's grandfather was Sir Malcolm Campbell
who broke the world land speed record, in a car, at the same venue in 1924.