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Tragedy struck again on Friday, at Elvington Airfield, when Businessman, Zed Eisenberg crashed to his death while trying to break a UK land speed record in the UK Motorsport. CNN reports that Eisenberg was driving a Porsche 911 Turbo S car at Elvington in Yorkshire, when he lost control of the Turbo machine.

It is on record that the founder of the health supplement firm, Maximuscle, had previously been involved in several other ghastly accidents but had survived. He had also set dozens of speed records both cars and bikes, and had been hoping to break the British land speed record that was set by Tony Densham, in 1970, according to CNN’s Rob Picheta. Elvington is survived by his partner and two children.

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