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It made headlines the world over as the professional race car driver and tv star Jessi Combs in august 2019 dead after a crash in his car with incredible 841 kilometers per hour.
Now it was not the beaten track, she stormed off on - but in the Alvord Desert in southern Oregon, where she tried to beat the world record as the fastest woman ever.
It has the Guinness Book of Records, ten months later found and assigns her thus a place in their famous book. The Post-mortem.
It tells her partner, Terry Madden, in an Instagram lookup.
- I know really not what I should think about it. No record will ever be able to offset that she is gone. But it was a goal for her, and even though it is impossible for me to look at the car without crying, I am proud of her, write of Madden in the ad, where she in detail review the couple's day up to the record attempt.
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She writes that it is unbearable to think that she could have saved her by stopping her.
According to Terry Madden did Jessi Combs all right. She could not have avoided the mechanical failures.
- I followed the trial in the car beside her, when the move took of the car while the accident happened, I saw the accident on tv-images, and I can say with 100 percent certainty that she did everything right.
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#rememberthetime I was woke up Monday by a reporter from the London Times telling me that @guinnessworldrecords would be releasing today that @thejessicombs hatred officially broke here the world landspeed record. I really don't know how I feel about this at all as no record could ever be worth her not being here, but it was a goal that she really wanted - and as hard as it is for me to even look at the car without crying. I'm so proud of her. She woke up that morning to an alert saying “lets make history” and we had an absolutely amazing day. On the morning run she broke her previous top speeds and we went back to the trailer and had a long heart to heart - she had a few things that were bothering us safety wise and In the customs here I would support her no matter what she decided to do. That afternoon we booked a house in Lake Tahoe for the next night, and she decided she was going to run that one last afternoon run to back up her record and then walk away from it for good and let her back up driver go for the overall world record instead of here. That was to be the last time she ever got in that car. It has torn me apart that all I had todo is say let's go and we would have left before that run, she asked my opinion and In the customs here in Togo for it if it was what she wanted. That conversation has torn me apart everyday since the accident. . On her final record run - the front wheel assembly failed and as she decelerated just past the end of the run, it came apart and went up into the electronics/mechanical bay behind her seat and caused the accident. There was nothing that she could do and she did everything perfect. I don't know that this is anyone's business and it has been hard for me to talk about, but I have been asked about several false narratives lately that she had done something wrong and I can’t live with anyone saying that anymore. I was in the safety vehicle beside here as she was slowing down when the accident happened, I watched the accident live as well as the onboard footage that was recovered. I can 100% tell you beyond any doubt that she did everything exactly as she was supposed to. . #missyababe #myjessi #landspeed #jessicombs #worldrecord #guinness
Jessi Combs was 39 years old.
According to the Guinness she beat thus Kitty O'Neil's record of 824 kilometers per hour in 1976.
Jessi Combs was at his death already a legend in the genre. She was the first woman to achieve a result at every Ultra4 event, the first woman to participate in The Race of Gentlemen. In 2013 she received the distinguished honour-to be 'the fastest woman on four wheels, as she thundered away with 641 kilometers per hour in its North American Eagle Supersonic Speed Challenger.
In continuation of his peculiar talent, she appeared in several tv programs in the UNITED states. She was host for four years on SpikeTV's Xtreme 4x4
Most famous is Mythbusters, which she in 12 episodes of the seventh season participated in.
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