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.
Sponsor NewsFriday, 3 February, 2017
In the second of a regular series of articles about our sponsors, we hear from Bott Ltd – provider of workshop storage solutions for the BLOODHOUND Technical Centre – about why and how it is involved in the Project.
BLOODHOUND TVWednesday, 1 February, 2017
When you’re covering a mile in a blistering 3.6 seconds you need to know the car is safe and stable. Aerodynamics and managing the supersonic shockwaves the car creates is key reaching 1,000mph / 1,600kph. Dr Ben Evans from the University of Swansea explains all….
Education NewsTuesday, 31 January, 2017
The BLOODHOUND Project & Microsoft win Best of Bett award at the BETT Show, Europe's largest education event
BLOODHOUND TVMonday, 30 January, 2017
A brand new series of programmes that will take you through the inner workings of BLOODHOUND SSC - a 1000mph car aiming to break the World Land Speed Record!
BLOODHOUND TVSunday, 29 January, 2017
A brand new series of programmes that will take you through the inner workings of BLOODHOUND SSC - a 1000mph car aiming to break the World Land Speed Record! Let us know what you think in the comments below and if you like this be sure to give it the thumbs up! Subscribe to our channel for more videos like this!
Education NewsFriday, 20 January, 2017
Working in a school can be a manic experience. Workload is high, events can be unpredictable and there is a never-ending to-do list. This is where STEM Ambassadors come in.