Millionaire Zeeff Eisenberg died for land speed record in York, England

According to a BBC report, a man who loved driving at an unbelievable speed died on Thursday while trying to make a record of British ground speed. Zeff Eisenberg, the millionaire founder of a sports nutrition company, was killed in York, England when his Porsche 911 Turbo S descended from the runway at Elvington Airfield and slipped into a stomach-churning accident. A security guard states, “I have seen these record attempts a lot.” Sun. “This is the worst accident I’ve seen here in years.” The father of two, who died in a 230mph motorcycle accident at the same location in 2016, was attempting to break a 207mph land speed record when he lost his life. His crumpled car was taken out by the police, and an investigation is underway.

Acolades being cast for 47-year-old adventurer and host of ITV4 show Speed ​​freak. Satemohan Panesar of ITV4 said, “Zef was a truly unique character whose passion for speed came to the fore at the present time, and his personal and professional achievements are testament to his drive and determination.” “He will be greatly missed by all who worked with him and our condolences go out to his friends and family.” Eisenberg already had several speed records under his belt. Guardian Richard Hammond, another TV presenter, said that Elvington died in 2006 when his jet-powered car crashed and crashed at a speed of around 300 mph. He suffered severe brain injuries and fell into a coma of two weeks before recovering completely. (Read more car accident stories.)


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