In 2020, We Are All This Woman Trying To Find Her Fuel Filler Door

With our routines cut to bare essentials, it’s hard not to sympathize with this lady.

The coronavirus pandemic has evidently taken its toll on a lot of things – the global automotive industry, economic stability, and of course, on health. However, with varying degrees of restrictions and quarantines in place in several parts of the world, one of the most important hurdles that we have to face is the psychological adversity that this pandemic is hurling at us.

Being holed up inside our houses – with activities stripped down to just bare essentials – it isn’t a surprise that some things we usually do on a daily basis before may feel a little odd once when we get back on track.

These activities can range from hard chores like driving for hours, to simple ones like filling a car’s fuel tank.


Case in point: this woman who’s trying (and failing)

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Jessi Combs Named ‘Fastest Woman On Earth’ By Guinness World Records

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She did it!

It’s official. Jessi Combs, the late television host and race car driver, has been officially awarded the record holder of “Fastest Woman on Earth” posthumously by Guinness Book of World Records.

Last August 27th, 2019, Combs was in the Alvord Desert in Oregon with one main goal in mind – to break the female fastest land speed record. Tragically, Combs died while trying to set this record.

Combs was able to reach of speed of 522.783 miles per hour in a four-wheeled North American Eagle Supersonic Speed Challenger. She broke a record that was set over 40 years ago. The previous record holder would be Kitty O’Neil who grabbed that title back in 1976 while piloting a jet-powered car with three wheels and reached a speed of 512.7 mph. Jessi Combs used that same Supersonic Challenger back in 2013 which

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