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Combs had previously set the women’s land-speed world record for four-wheeled vehicles in 2013, driving the North American Eagle. She made the record-breaking run in the Alvord Desert in Oregon. She reportedly had an average speed of 398 mph. The previous record was 308 mph, which was set in 1965. Combs reportedly hoped to one day set the overall women’s land-speed record, which would require her to break speeds of 512 mph. In a statement obtained by Autoblog, her family said, “It is with extreme grief, and in celebration of her life that her family and close friends share that…

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