The Flying Kestrel was originally stored in pieces, in a barn since 1965. One of the main challenges faced during this renovation, was to ensure the car closely resembled the original Riley Kestrel 9, whilst simultaneously ensuring the car reaches record-breaking speeds.
The second world-recognised land-speed record attempts will be taking place at Elvington Race Track next year. There will be various records attempted, including the 1km standing start and the 1km flying start for a Class D 2.5-litre engine and the outright record for all engine sizes.
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Born in Scotland and crafted using the Holy Brewing Method, Kestrel has a range of award-winning lagers. Available in a Kestrel Super Premium 9% and Kestrel Premium 5%, these lagers are crafted using water from a nearby natural source...