The BLOODHOUND Project is connecting pupils from the UK - where the supersonic car is being built - and the outlying areas of the Northern Cape in South Africa, with the donation of hundreds of books being sent to the Northern Cape.
Project NewsMonday, 3 March, 2014
We've recieved a great write up in the New York Times, check out the full story here.
SlideshowFriday, 28 February, 2014
BLOODHOUND TelevisionWednesday, 19 February, 2014
Project NewsWednesday, 19 February, 2014
Education NewsSaturday, 15 February, 2014
We have had the following correspondence about how one school is using BLOODHOUND SSC in its curriculum. Thanks for the feedback - we'll try and get some pictures when the activities have taken place!
Education NewsFriday, 14 February, 2014
We recently received a fantastic project book from Joe, a pupil at Tacolneston C of E Primary School, Norwich. Joe spent many hours researching the car, the team members, the run site and our sponsors. Joe designed a livery for Andy Green's race helmet and posed some great questions which we've answered below:
Cisco BHTVWednesday, 5 February, 2014
MediaMonday, 27 January, 2014
XCAR went behind the sceens at the BLOODHOUND Technical Centre to meet the team and find out why we are building the most powerful land vehicle on the planet?
Project NewsThursday, 2 January, 2014
BLOODHOUND's Chief Aerodynamicist Ron Ayers, 81, has been awarded an MBE in the Queen's New Year honours list. Ron was also Chief of Aerodynamics on Thrust SSC, the first car to break the sound barrier in 1997 when Driver Andy Green reached a top speed of more than 763mph.