Segrave Mystery Sunbeam racer

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In 1927 Sir Henry Segrave became the first person to travel at more than 200 mph. Segrave took the Mystery Sunbeam shown here to Daytona Beach and reached a speed of 203.79 mph. The patent for this 'design for an automobile body' was issued to Henry O. D. Segrave, of London, England on June 26, 1928.


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