Conor La Grue
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:
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The Financial Times recently visited the BLOODHOUND Technical Centre to meet the team and pupils from a local school
It’s a few weeks now since we revealed BLOODHOUND SSC to a global audience at East Wintergarden in London’s Canary Wharf.
The media response on the Thursday (24th September) was truly stunning! It kicked off on BBC Breakfast TV and culminated in the record attempt date being announced live on the 6 O’Clock News, which in live news PR terms is the top of Everest!
It’s a pretty good feeling to see all those parts come together for the first time as we do a ‘dry build’ of BLOODHOUND
With BLOODHOUND’s rear uprights now in hand, the last large parts of the rear suspension which link to these stunning uprights are about to ship to the BLOODHOUND Technical Centre.
“Watching paint dry? It’s far more exciting when it’s a supersonic car!”
It’s almost the end of April, the Easter disruption has cleared and we’re now making the final push to complete all the components and support equipment needed to get BLOODHOUND SSC on its wheels and on the ground.