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Daytona Collection

Background imageDaytona Collection: Advert for Malcolm campbell 1931

Advert for Malcolm campbell 1931
Dunlop Tyres pay tribute to Malcolm Campbell when he drives his Bluebird on Daytona Beach, Florida, at a speed of 395 km/h. Date: 1931

Background imageDaytona Collection: Douglas DC-3S N1R

Douglas DC-3S N1R (msn 4129) of the BROOKLYN DODGERS (Brooklyn National League Baseball Club), marked with Dodgers World Champions just behind the entry door

Background imageDaytona Collection: Malcolm Campbells Blue Bird, land speed record 1928

Malcolm Campbells Blue Bird, land speed record 1928
Artists impression of the Napier-Campbell Blue Bird fitted with a Spring engine from the Air Ministry, with bodywork designed by Mulliner

Background imageDaytona Collection: Daytona Beach Race Track, Florida, USA

Daytona Beach Race Track, Florida, USA

Background imageDaytona Collection: Daytona Beach Racetrack, USA, early 1900s

Daytona Beach Racetrack, USA, early 1900s

Background imageDaytona Collection: Porsche poster, Triumph of Reliability 24 hr Daytona USA

Porsche poster, Triumph of Reliability 24 hr Daytona USA
Motorsport - Porsche poster, Triumph of Reliability: 24 hours of Daytona USA. 30 x 40 inches. Date: 1975

Background imageDaytona Collection: Silver Bullet attempting speed record at Daytona, USA

Silver Bullet attempting speed record at Daytona, USA
The Silver Bullet, regarded as having perfect streamlining but unsuccessful in Land Speed Record attempts at Daytona, USA. 20th century

Background imageDaytona Collection: H O D Seagrave in the Golden Arrow, Daytona Beach, USA

H O D Seagrave in the Golden Arrow, Daytona Beach, USA
H O D Seagrave in the Golden Arrow at Daytona Beach, USA. 20th century

Background imageDaytona Collection: Malcolm Campbell in Bluebird, Land Speed Record

Malcolm Campbell in Bluebird, Land Speed Record
Malcolm Campbell in Bluebird, breaking the Land Speed Record at Daytona Beach, USA. 1931

Background imageDaytona Collection: Sir Henry Segrave, land speed record

Sir Henry Segrave, land speed record, March 1927, Daytona Beach, Florida, USA. 1927

Background imageDaytona Collection: Sir Henry Segrave, land speed record attempt

Sir Henry Segrave, land speed record attempt
Sir Henry Segrave making a land speed record attempt on Daytona Beach, Florida, USA. 1926

Background imageDaytona Collection: Sir Malcolm Campbells Bluebird II

Sir Malcolm Campbells Bluebird II
The Campbell-Napier-Railton Blue Bird (Blue Bird II), with which Sir Malcolm Campbell broke the land speed record at Daytona Beach on 5 February 1931 reaching a speed of 245.736 mph. Date: 1931

Background imageDaytona Collection: Casino Burgoyne, Daytona Beach, Florida, USA

Casino Burgoyne, Daytona Beach, Florida, USA. Date: 1916

Background imageDaytona Collection: Seagraves Golden Arrow

Seagraves Golden Arrow
Henry Seagrave drives his Golden Arrow; at Daytona Beach, Florida, achieving a speed of 372 km/h

Background imageDaytona Collection: Sir Malcolm Campbell - Bluebird

Sir Malcolm Campbell - Bluebird
Sir Malcolm Campbells Bluebird breaking the land speed record at Daytona Beach in 1931. Date: 1932

Background imageDaytona Collection: Henry Segrave - Sunbeam Mystery at Daytona Beach

Henry Segrave - Sunbeam Mystery at Daytona Beach
Major Henry Segrave driving the Sunbeam Mystery in which he broke the world land speed record at Daytona Beach on 29 March 1927, driving over 200mph. Date: 1927

Background imageDaytona Collection: The Supreme Sunbeam with Henry Segrave at the wheel

The Supreme Sunbeam with Henry Segrave at the wheel
The Supreme Sunbeam, 1000 HP car, with Henry Segrave at the wheel -- he was the first man to reach over 200 mph, on Daytona Beach, Florida, USA, 29 March 1927. Date: 1927

Background imageDaytona Collection: The Sunbeam 1000hp, also known as Mystery or The Slug

The Sunbeam 1000hp, also known as Mystery or The Slug, was the first car to exceed 200mph when it was driven by Henry Segrave at Daytona Beach on 29 March 1927

Background imageDaytona Collection: Blitzen Benz record-breaker - painting by Andrew McGeachy

Blitzen Benz record-breaker - painting by Andrew McGeachy
The Blitzen Benz car, built in Mannheim by Benz & Cie running a full speed. At Brooklands on November 9, 1909, at the Brooklands circuit at Weybridge, Surrey

Background imageDaytona Collection: Daytona Beach, Florida. Bethune-Cookman College. Football is

Daytona Beach, Florida. Bethune-Cookman College. Football is the favorite sport. Date 1943 Jan

Background imageDaytona Collection: Malcolm Campbell and Bluebird

Malcolm Campbell and Bluebird
Sir Malcolm Campbell and his latest Bluebird car set a new world land speed record at Daytona, beach, Florida of 276.816 mph on 7th March 1935. Date: 1935

Background imageDaytona Collection: Malcolm Campbell

Malcolm Campbell
Sir Malcolm Campbell receiving a presentation from the people of Daytona after setting the land speed record at Daytona Beach in his Blue Bird, touching 281 miles per hour

Background imageDaytona Collection: Malcolm Campbell and Blue Bird II

Malcolm Campbell and Blue Bird II
Photograph showing Malcolm Campbell next to his Blue Bird II after breaking the world land speed record of 245.736 mph (over four miles a minute)

Background imageDaytona Collection: Malcolm Campbell setting new world land speed record

Malcolm Campbell setting new world land speed record
Photograph showing Malcolm Campbell in his Blue Bird II setting the new world land speed record of 245.736 miles an hour, at Daytona beach, Florida


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