“The Quickest Girl on Earth” trailer previews Jessi Combs’ quest to interrupt the land pace file


Jessi Combs’ finally deadly quest to interrupt world land pace data is now the topic of an HBO Max documentary. Referred to as “The Quickest Girl on Earth,” it premieres on the streaming service on Oct. 20.

Combs was killed in a crash Aug. 27, 2019 throughout a file try, however Guinness World Information posthumously confirmed her as having set the file for quickest pace on land achieved by a girl, with an official pace of 522.783 mph. The earlier file of 512.7 mph set by Kitty O’Neil had stood for greater than 40 years.

Jessi Combs

Jessi Combs

A trailer for the documentary exhibits Combs asking O’Neil for her blessing to interrupt the file and making the try in her North American Eagle Supersonic Velocity Challenger, which was constructed from the fuselage of a Lockheed F-104 Starfighter jet fighter.

Combs spent seven years making an attempt to interrupt the file. She topped 398 mph within the North American Eagle in 2023, working as much as 483 mph in a 2018 run. She broke the file at Oregon’s Alvord Desert, attaining a two-way common of 513.889 mph (it is unclear how Guinness officers arrived on the 522.783 mpg determine that now stands because the file). 

An investigation into the crash that killed Combs pointed to front-wheel failure because the trigger, possible because of the wheel placing an object on the bottom.

Count on the documentary to additionally delve into Combs’ profession past land-speed racing. She appeared on tv exhibits together with “Mythbusters” and Overhaulin’,” and competed in off-road racing occasions just like the Baja 1000 and King of the Hammers. Her first-place end on the latter earned her the nickname “Queen of the Hammers.”


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