Businessman, television presenter, and sports motorcyclist Zef Eisenberg was killed while trying to break the British speed record at Yorkshire Airport report on the BBC. He was just 47 when he was killed driving a Porsche 911 Turbo S at Elvington Airport in northern England. He suddenly lost control of the vehicle and passed away.
Zef founded a company that sells nutritional supplements to athletes and is known as a big adrenaline junkie. He took part in breaking several records. Last year, he was driving on a sandy beach in South Wales at a speed of as much as 332 kilometers per hour.
By the way, this is the airport where Zef was killed, a place for trying to break speed records and the scene of many significant accidents, and four years ago, Eisenberg himself was involved in the accident.