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Hungary Eric Fernihough

Eric Fernihough, the British racing motor cyclist, established two new world's speed records on the Gyon Road in Budapest, Hungary, on Nov. 9, 1936. On his 1,000 C.C. Brough Superior machine he averaged 164. 778 miles per hour as compared with the old record of 162.7 miles per hour. His other record was 80.964 miles per hour for the motor cycle-sidecar combination speed record. His first record was made with a flying start. Eric Fernihough at speed during his record breaking run at Budapest. (AP Photo)

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November 09, 1936 03:00:00 AM
February 09, 2012 04:12:55 PM
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Eric Fernihough
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