The following description is from the site linked below: Camille Jenatzy (1868 - 1913) was a Belgian race car driver. Jenatzy is known for breaking the land speed record three times. On January 17, 1899 in Achères, France he achieved a speed of 66.66 km/h (41.42 MPH) over 1 kilometer, driving a CGA Dogcart. That same day the record was broken by Gaston de Chasseloup-Laubat, but ten days later on January 27 he achieved a speed of 80.35 km/h (49.93 MPH). This record was again broken by Chasseloup-Laubat, but Jenatzy set his third and final land speed record on April 29, reaching 105.88 km/h (65.79 MPH) in the CITA No 25 La Jamais Contente. This was the first record over 100 km/h. Everything made by me.