The driver who broke the World Land Speed Record will be reunited with his car - Thrust Two - at the Coventry Transport Museum today.
Richard Noble is in the Midlands to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the 633mph record, set in Nevada.
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He will round off his visit at a project which aims to improve opportunities for young people and reduce youth violence.