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In 2018, The BLOODHOUND Project will travel to South Africa to begin its campaign to set a new World Land Speed Record. Our team will be based at Hakskeen Pan, Northern Cape, for up to three months as we work towards our target for 2016: 800mph (1 200km/h).
Hakskeen Pan is in the Kalahari Desert, approximately three hours by road from Upington and 12 hours + from Johannesburg. There are internal flights connecting the two, as well as from Cape Town.
Accommodation in this remote location will be limited so advanced booking is essential. Access to the event and media facilities will also be tightly controlled so media wishing to join us should register their interest using the form below.
We will then contact you with information about accommodation, travel, access and accreditation.