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Wing Commander Andy Green and Sir Anthony Bamford pose with the JCB Dieselmax that will be used in August in an attempt to break the world diesel land speed record by passing 300 mph on the Bonneville salt flats in Utah. The car is 9 m long, weighs 2.7 tonnes and is powered by two modified JCB 444-LSR engines. See next week for full details.