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In the 1930s, Rolls-Royce broke world records on land and sea. Travelling at 272.46 mph, Sir Malcolm Campbell broke the world land speed record in 1933 with Bluebird. But George Eyston smashed this time four years later by reaching 312.2 mph in Thunderbolt - a motor car powered by two Rolls?Royce 'R' engines. And Sir Henry Segrave broke the world sea record at 119 mph in Miss England II. Also engineered with 'R' engines, Sir Henry was killed moments later after colliding with a submerged tree st