Land speed racing in South Australia
MORE THAN 300 PARTICIPANTS TURNED out for Speed Week 2013 – Australia’s race to achieve the fastest land speed – with a myriad of cleverly-engineered vehicles.
The race, which echoes a long-standing American tradition, takes place on the moon-like surface of Lake Gairdner, South Australia.
Their aim: to break the world speed record in a chosen vehicle class.
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