Jessi Combs handed away in August 2019 after a tragic accident within the Alvord Desert throughout a land velocity file try. Now formally titled the quickest girl on 4 wheels by the Guinness World Data, her story might be immortalized on a brand new film from HBO and the community has launched the primary trailer of that new film.
The Quickest Lady On Earth will stream on October 20 on HBO Max. The documentary follows Combs’ seven-year quest to interrupt the land velocity racing information and the trailer exhibits archive footage from a few of her makes an attempt. There are interviews together with her household and folks from her group, in addition to inspirational and motivational phrases from Combs herself.
A former skilled racer and tv character, Combs died before even turning 40. In August 2019, she tried to beat her earlier velocity file of 398 miles per hour (640 kilometers per hour), which she set in 2013. After she died, the Guinness Book of World Records officialized her achievements posthumously and named her the quickest girl on 4 wheels. The group gave her the title of “quickest land velocity file (feminine)” for reaching 522.783 mph (841.338 kph).
Combs was massively in style and extremely revered in a male-dominated world. She was a talented fabricator and media host on exhibits like Overhaulin’, Xtreme 4×4, Mythbusters, and All Ladies Storage. A few of her motorsport achievements embrace turning into the primary girl to attain a category win in Ultra4’s King of the Hammers occasion and getting second place in her class within the 2011 Baja 1000 rally.
HBO’s new documentary is one other nice option to have fun Combs’ life and achievements. A few month after her loss of life, the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles held an exhibition, displaying a few of her bikes, welding gear, and racing trophies. There’s additionally a basis named after Combs supporting ladies in mechanical fields.