JCB Dieselmax: now even faster
23 August 2006

The JCB Dieselmax has just set a new Diesel Land Speed Record of 350.092mph at the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah, USA.

That's over 20mph faster than the record it established yesterday (22 August), when it recorded an average of 328.767mph.

Overall Land Speed Record holder Andy Green was once again at the wheel of the twin-engined Dieselmax, setting a speed of 365.779mph on his first run, and 335.695mph on the return run.

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