Another reality: In 1935,the small British aircraft company,Blake and Cusworn which specializes in racing planes,was developing a racer which was amphibious known as the Sky Seal. This compact racer reached speeds of 390 miles per hour,and,had a tight turn radius,was an unusual favorite in racing circles. When Germany declared war on the British,a need for sea fighters was in strong order. Even though the British was pressing Hurricanes as disposable fighters in sea attacks against the German Navy. A more capable fighter that could be recovered instead of ditching in the ocean was needed. The Blake-Cusworn SF-22 Seahawk was put into production to fill this role. An extension of the earlier Sky Seal , the SF-22,mounted 2x20mm cannon,and,could reach speed well into the 400 mile per hour range. Production was limited by the fact that it's unusual heating system for it's engine was a troublesome element for the plane itself. Never the less, the SF-22 was a formidable fighter with sea recover-ability,and,could be reused without losing it to the sea like the Hurricanes which didn't have floats .