Grenfell cloth has been worn by the fastest men on land and water.
Captain George Eyston wore it when he achieved 367 m.p.h. in 1938. Stirling Moss drove for years in Grenfell cloth, as have many other stars of post-war motor sport.
Grenfell are particularly proud to have been associated with Sir Malcolm Campbell and his son Donald Campbell MBE, in both their land and water speed achievements. Sir Malcolm wore Grenfell racing suits for both his 1931 and 1935 records -the former at Daytona Beach, 246 m.p.h. the latter at Bonneville, 301 m.p.h.
Donald Campbell M.B.E.
Wearing his Grenfell suit as he prepares for a record run on Coniston.
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