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    Triumph and Guy Martin hope to hit 400 miles per hour in a two-wheeled, streamlined motorcycle at the Bonneville Sale Flats in 2015.

    Quick, what is a car that's actually a motorcycle that can go 400 miles per hour and has 1,000 horsepower? The answer is this - the Castrol Rocket, from Hot Rod Conspiracy, Triumph and others. The bullet-shaped, carbon-fiber shell hides a motorcycle that will attempt to be the first two-wheeled vehicle to crack the 400-mph barrier and beat a record set in 2010.

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