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The Bloodhound Project The Adventure takes shape

The Adventure takes shape ... ie the shape of the car gets finalised

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The Adventure takes shape ...

22 April, 2010

BLOODHOUND SSC's latest aerodynamic shape

It was recently announced that the BLOODHOUND Aerodynamics team have resolved the issue of excessive tail lift at supersonic speeds.

11 August, 2010

The 1,000 mph Genome

Today, the BLOODHOUND Project publishes the Vehicle Technical Specification (VTS) for its Jet and Rocket powered World Land Speed Record contender.

25 March, 2011

Andy Green interviews Ron Ayers

BLOODHOUND SSC Chief Aerodynamicist Ron Ayers talks to driver Andy Green about how he came to be involved in designing supersonic cars.

28 March, 2011

Aerodynamics update (March 2011)

by Ron Ayers, Chief Aerodynamicist

11 April, 2011

Design drawings for 1,000mph Car Released

3D imagery captures 30 man-years of design effort

12 April, 2011

BLOODHOUND SSC Genome part 2 announced at the IMechE

On Tuesday 12th April 2011, a team of BLOODHOUND SSC Engineers headed by Chief Engineer Mark Chapman announced the publication of the BLOODHOUND SSC Genome part 2.

2 July, 2011

Rocket Propulsion System on Display for First Time

Press Release from the Goodwood Festival of Speed, 1st July 2011

1 October, 2011

Rear Subframe design complete

Bloodhound SSC Engineers Brian Coombs and Roland Dennison have completed the design of the rear subframe chassis - one of the major targets featured on the "Rolex Countdown Timer" on the front page.