Zef Eisenberg

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Ze'ev Eisenberg (22 March 1973 – 1 October 2020), known as Zef Eisenberg, was the British racecar driver, television presenter and businessman. He was the founder of sports nutrition brand Maximuscle. He was an ultra-speed motorbike racer.

He held mant land speed records for motorbike racing. His success in land speed racing led him to become a television presenter racer for the TV series Speed Freaks, a six episode production on ITV4.[1] He was born in London.

Eisenberg was killed, aged 47, when his car flipped and crashed on 1 October 2020 while attempting a British land speed record at RAF Elvington, Yorkshire.[2]

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  1. "ITV Press release - Zef Eisenberg - Speed Freaks show".
  2. "Maximuscle millionaire dies in speed record bid". BBC News. 2020-10-02. Retrieved 2020-10-02.