Mont Ventoux mountain Race 1913
Georges Boillot in his Peugeot Grand Prix model.
Grand Prix de Monaco 1929
Williams demonstrates Bugatti Type 35’s supremacy.
Daytona Beach 1935
Sir Malcolm Campbell sets a new world land speed record at 276,5 mph
John Rhodes Cobb reaching the absolute Brooklands speed record in a special built Napier-Railton reaching 230 mph.
Bonneville Salt Flats 1947
John Rhodes Cobb sets a new world land speed record at 394 mph.
Leslie Johnson, Sterling Moss, Jack Fairman and Bert Hadley driving a
Jaguar XK 120 16800 miles during seven days and seven nights at an average
speed of 100 mph braking 4 world records and 5 international class records.