The crash killed her, but she got her record



Jessi Combs has been killed in a horrific accident last year, but the runner professional and Mythbusters The star known as the “fastest woman on four wheels of the Earth” has achieved the world record that she was attempting to beat. Guinness World Records announced this week that Combs was awarded the record for land speed the fastest by a woman, reports the BBC. Combs was attempting to beat the previous record of 512,7 mph established by the stunt woman, american-Kitty O’neil in 1976 when she died last August; it is now official that Combs has actually reached 522,783 mph before crashing. The two women drove vehicles reaction when they have set their records.

In an article in Instagram, his partner, Terry Madden, tells the story of how the attempt is fatal was to be the last race of Combs in the vehicle before she called. “I really don’t know what I feel about this because no record could never argue that he or she is not here, but it was a goal she really wanted to,” he wrote. “And as difficult as it is for me to look at the car without crying. I am so proud of her. She woke up this morning with an alarm saying “let the story” and we had a day absolutely amazing. “(Here is the cause of the accident.)


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