It's the most powerful Bentley ever built, and now it'll be a limited-production model. At today's New York Auto Show, Le Mans champion driver Derek Bell discussed the Bentley Supersports ISR convertible, the car that set a new ice speed record of 205.48 miles per hour in February on the frozen surface of the Baltic Sea. With the actual world-record car behind him, Bell discussed his participation in the speed-record attempt, with four-time Finnish rally champ Juha Kankkunen at the wheel. It may be the only Bentley ever displayed by the maker with a parachute on the back, let alone a full...
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