BLOODHOUND TVTuesday, 25 April, 2017
Our chief inspirer, Rob Bennett, explores how BLOODHOUND uses temperature to make parts of the car fit together. Naturally, he has to experiment with liquid nitrogen to explain its cool properties.
Engineering NewsWednesday, 12 April, 2017
Engineers - here is your chance to make parts for the BLOODHOUND SSC and help us break the world land speed record and surpass a speed of 1000mph.
The car still needs a number of turned, milled and fabricated parts.
Cisco BHTVThursday, 6 April, 2017
Find out how much it will cost to build and run BLOODHOUND SSC, and the entire BLOODHOUND Project, including all of our inspiring educational activities around the world. How does this compare to the cost of running a Tour de France or Formula 1 racing team, or paying for a top footballer?
Education NewsFriday, 31 March, 2017
BLOODHOUND Education Ambassador Andy Higgs recently spent a day at a primary school showing students how even modifying simple cars made from plastic bottles uses the same iterative design processes that engineers employ. Read his story.
Education NewsThursday, 30 March, 2017
BLOODHOUND helped inspire a student from Newham Collegiate Sixth Form Centre earn a place at the prestigious MIT
Project NewsThursday, 23 March, 2017
Our goal this year is to test BLOODHOUND SSC on the runway at Newquay Aerohub. We will announce the target date in due course but it will follow-on from static ‘tie-down’ tests of the EJ200 jet, installed in the car, which we hope to conduct this summer.
Anatomy of the CarMonday, 27 February, 2017
The front subassembly, aka the 'Goats Head' will see some incredible loads because this is where the front suspension bolt onto and the steering rack sits. This video explains how it got its nickname:
Project newsMonday, 27 February, 2017
During February, the Team at the BLOODHOUND Technical Centre has continued to make progress on the Car and the equipment needed to go with it.
Education NewsSaturday, 25 February, 2017
Anyone can become a BLOODHOUND Ambassador, but when engineering is in your genes and really fires you up, there’s nothing more exciting than passing that excitement on to the next generation (or two). Peter McCree JP, BLOODHOUND Ambassador, explains why.