Speed Record Club
- speed on wheels, water and wings
About the Speed Record Club
The idea for the Speed Record Club
came as a result of a meeting between our founder Robin
Richardson and Bluebird designer Ken Norris. The aims of the Club
are to put enthusiasts in touch with each other and to provide a
method of sharing our common interests, be they modeling,
history, current attempts or any other aspect of record-breaking.
Whatever type of speed record breaking appeals to you, and at
whatever level you are interested, the Speed Record Club is the
only club that is not associated with any one project or
organisation and is intended to provide a forum for all with a
The club holds informal meetings incorporating exhibitions,
tours, team presentations, film and slide shows and sales of
collectables at places of interest such as Coniston, Pendine and
at museums with speed related displays such as The National Motor
Museum, The National Motorboat Museum and The Museum of British
Road Transport. These are terrific opportunities to meet other
enthusiasts and well-known personalities from the world of speed
With numerous club members having active projects, the club
also provides a source of volunteers for their trials and record
Aims and Objectives of the Speed Record Club
- The Speed Record Club seeks to promote an informed and
educated enthusiast identity, reporting accurately and
impartially to the best of its ability on record-breaking
engineering, events, attempts and history. The club earns its
revenue from subscriptions, sale of merchandise and trading
related to subscriptions and the production of its magazine.
- The Speed Record Club will not promote or discriminate
against any record-breaker unfairly, nor will it become involved
financially or promotionally with any project, or seek to
sanction or approve any record attempts.
The Speed Record Club's constitution is here.
If you'd like to join the Speed Record Club, please click here.