In this series of videos, we show you just how the Car was built and how we test it...
The 1,000mph BLOODHOUND SSC is not just the world's most powerful land vehicle - its a research platform helping innovators test new ideas in data, communications and AI.
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.
BLOODHOUND's EJ200 jet engine was sucessfully fitted into the car and test fired for the first time in September 2017. This episode of Cisco BHTV shows how the team installed and tested it, reaching max reheat (aka afterburners).
The clock is counting down to the #Newquay2017 trials. Frantz gives the latest build update.
The BLOODHOUND Team are at Newquay Airport to test the Fuel Systems for the EJ200 Jet Engine - they need to simulate the G forces the jet fuel will face at 1000mph by tilting the lower chassis to an angle of 60 degrees. Find out how they got on in this episode of Cisco BLOODHOUND TV.
BLOODHOUND SSC uses an astonishing 16,000 rivets in its construction, but how have they developed over the centuries they've been used? [with music by Al Lethbridge].
Cisco BLOODHOUND TV takes you on a tour of the workshop to see the Build Team in action. Technicians from the Royal Air Force's 71 Squadron and the Army's Royal Electrical & Mechanical Engineers are working along side BLOODHOUND's motorsport and aerospace mechanics, assembling the most powerful land vehicle in history.
BLOODHOUND's rocket partner Nammo tests the first in a series of large hybrid rocket motors at their Norwegean test site.