Young Age Jessi Combs: Unknown Married Status, Husband?
Jessi Comb is indeed a young celebrity full of charm. The competitive racer, Brand person, and tv personality enjoy a massive fan following who are desperately curious to know about her dating life.
In 2013, the Overhaulin' hottie rose to prominence, breaking the 48-year old land speed. Aside from her professional life, there are other topics related to her personal life such as "Does she has a boyfriend?", Or, "Is she Married?" that has earned people's attention.
Jessi who has fulfilled the role of a co-host for multiple shows was believed to be single for a long time. The 39-year old celebrity, who has also participated in numerous racing competitions, is not married to date. Thus, her boyfriend (or husband) remained a mystery.
Jessi Comb in an offroad rally (Photo: autoblog.com)
On the topic of a partner, Jessi mentioned once that if she had to choose between her love for cars and a possible boyfriend, she would choose the former. Matter of fact, she has been in love with cars from an early age. Jessi, during her 2016 interview with Autoblog, proclaiming her love for cars as,
There's so much ... By trade I am a metal fabricator, so I have a degree in custom automotive fabrication. I've been hosting automotive television for about 13 years now, and what got me into cars was that I always wanted to be better, lighter, stronger, faster than the guys. Now that my building career has kind of gone full circle, it's really nice that it's getting back into more of the driving career. Cars are my life. They're my everything, and if it has a motor, I love it.
However, along with her love for cars, a guy named Terry Madden had managed to make a place for himself in Jessi's life.
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She bonds well with her cohost Patrick McIntyre (on Autoblog's epic auto-adventure series The List: 1001 Car Things to do Before You Die). Are they merely colleagues? People still wonder.
Here are few Instagram posts by Jessi that include Patrick as well. It looks like they both enjoy rides.
Patrick McIntyre and Jessi Comb pose for a picture together (Photo: autoblog.com)
When asked about Patrick in an interview, she ended "Patrick Jess dating" rumors once and for all. She said:
I am so blessed to be able to work with a crew like this. I don't think a lot of people realize that Patrick is a comedian. He's part owner of an improv comedy shop in Santa Monica, and he's hilarious. It is such a joy to be able to work with him. Patrick is knowledgeable, but he brings this innocence to the show. Patrick and I had that bond I think right from the start. It's funny because we have a role reversal, and I think at first people hated that fact. "Oh, Patrick's supposed to be the man and Jessi's supposed to be the girl," but that's not who we are in real life, so why would we play those roles?
Attempts To become Fastest Woman On Land
Together with Microsoft, Jessi set out to drive at the fastest speed for a woman on earth to gain the title of Fastest Woman on Land in October 2016. The vehicle used for this feat was the North American Eagle, a 1950's F-104 Starfighter with its wings clipped and modified to be used on land instead of Air which had a capability of generating 42,500 hp worth of power.
The cockpit of the vehicle contained a sensor that sent telemetry data and received messages in real-time. The Microsoft team also created mobile apps with Xamarin and a custom telemetry system that captured nearly 60,000 measurements per second and uploaded the data to Microsoft Azure for analysis using Cortana Intelligence.
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Matt Long, a Microsoft software engineer, talked about their involvement, and the reason behind the technology used saying,
By taking these challenging situations and using different concepts in technology, we are able to do things that have never been done before. Customers can then use their own imaginations to come up with new things to compete with in the marketplace.”
Unfortunately, she fell just short of beating the record of 512 Mph by gaining the speed of 477.59 Mph.
Jessi Combes inside the cockpit of the North American Eagle (Photo: News.Microsoft.com)
On 9 October 2013, Jessi drove the North American Eagle (NAE) Supersonic Speed Challenger at the Alvord desert, claiming the women's land speed record with an official run of 392.954 mph(632.39 km/h).
What a befitting end to a splendid career and memorable life for Jessi Combes!
It was on 27 August 2019 when Jessi - best known as the world's fastest women in four wheels - attempted to break her land speed record which she set back in 2013. The 398 mph barrier which she set was broken in 2018 by Jessi herself but, that did not count as the run ended soon after a technical malfunction.
Seeing the new world record in her sights, the automobile legend stepped into her jet-powered car in the Alvord Desert. Unfortunately, much to everyone's surprise, the run turned out to be her last as the racer met with a deadly crash and lost her life at the age of 39.
Adressing the incident to her family and friends her boyfriend, Terry Madden took to his Instagram and relived some of the epic moments which he shared with the racer. Also, he added that the medical team performed their best to save her, but, the damage was too severe to resurrect.
Jessi Combs with boyfriend Terry Madden at Huntington Beach, California in September 2019 (Photo: Terry Madden's Instagram)
It was indeed a sad end to one of the greatest names in automobile history.