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1931 - James H. Doolittle - Burbank, Cal., to Newark, N.J.
West-East Transcontinental Speed Record-11 hours 16 minutes
1932 - James G. Haizlip - Burbank, Cal., to Newark, N.J.
West-East Transcontinental Speed Record - 10 hours 19 minutes
1933 - Roscoe Turner - New York to Los Angeles
East-West Transcontinental Speed Record - 11 hours 30 minutes

For three consecutive years the Bendix Trophy Race fostered to encourage greater speed has resulted in the establishment of new transcontinental speed records.

Whatever the new records may be, whatever the thrilling achievements which will blaze new trails for commercial aviation, Bendix aeronautical products will thereby have contributed.

Bendix Aviation Corporation, Chicago, New York
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