News and Interviews from the BLOODHOUND Project
The BLOODHOUND Team have set up a temporary workshop inside a Hardened Air Shelter (HAS) on the edge of Cornwall Airport Newquay. Stuart Edmondson, head of engineering operations gives a whistle stop tour and explains how the team are developing the car.
Today, 15th October 2017, marks the 20th anniversary of the Thrust SSC team setting the World Land Speed Record of 763.035mph - making it the first and only car to reach speeds faster than the speed of the sound.
President of the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA), Jean Todt, thanks the Mier community for their hard work and dedication in preparing the Hakskkenpan, ready for land speed racing.
Zhejiang Geely Holding Group (ZGH) has joined the BLOODHOUND Project, as it's Prime Sponsor and Official Automotive Partner in a 3-year agreement.
BLOODHOUND TV was at London’s Canary Wharf on September 24th 2015 to record BLOODHOUND SSC being revealed to the public.
Be part of history - Support BLOODHOUND SSC and see your face or name travel faster than the speed of sound in 2015!
The BLOODHOUND Project is a UK-led, global adventure to build a supersonic car that will not only beat the current land speed world record but smash the 1000mph barrier.
And you can put your photo or name – or that of your business, school or club – on the first car ever to travel faster than 1000mph!
BLOODHOUND's rocket partner Nammo tests the first in a series of large hybrid rocket motors at their Norwegean test site.
In this episode of Cisco BHTV: Richard Noble and Andy Green discuss the challenges Richard faced when driving Thrust2 at over 600 mph.
On July 4th, David Willetts, Minister for Science and Universities opened the new BLOODHOUND Technical Centre in Avonmouth.
Mr Willetts announced a £1m grant for BLOODHOUND to support its education and outreach mission. This is funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC).
During his visit, Mr Willetts helped BLOODHOUND’s engineers join the carbon composite front section, driver Andy Green’s 1,000 mph ‘office’, to the metal rear chassis which will house the car’s custom-designed rocket. This marked a major milestone for BLOODHOUND which will be the most powerful land vehicle ever created.