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World Speed Record Broken!

Sep 4, 2017



Congratulatons to the Museum's own Steven Hinton, Jr. for setting the New World Speed Record for piston engine, propeller driven aircraft!!

On September 2 at 5:30PM Mountain Day Light Time, Steve Hinton flew a highly modified P51 Mustang to a New World Speed Record of 531.53 MPH thereby achieving the goal of becoming the Fastest Piston Engine Propeller driven Airplane in the World. The fastest lap reached a Speed of 554.69 MPH. The Airplane is owned by Bob Button and was sponsored by Joe Clark and Aviation Partners Inc of Seattle. The Aerodynamics for the Wing modification were designed by Aviation Partners Inc, The Winglet Guys. The record was achieved at Clarks Ranch in a remote part of Central Idaho.

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