Bloodhound SSC: Supersonic showcase for engineering

The AMRC is taking a hands-on role with the Bloodhound SSC project, to help break the land speed record and encourage a new generation of engineers.

Bloodhound SSC is an ambitious UK effort to regain the world land speed record in a purpose-built car capable of reaching over 1000 miles per hour. The project is led by Richard Noble OBE, who took the land speed record in 1982 with Thrust 2 and led ThrustSSC, the world’s first supersonic car project, in the late 1990s.

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