Latest Bloodhound SSC Stories
How will a supersonic car capable of reaching speeds 1,000mph cope with the aerodynamic characteristics of traveling that fast? The team developing one such vehicle addresses those issues in an upcoming edition of the Journal of Automobile Engineering.
On Monday Rolls-Royce PLC announced its support for the Bloodhound Project, an international education initiative built around the attempt to break the 1,000 mph World Land Speed Record.
TROY, Mich., April 18, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Altair Engineering, Inc., a leading global provider of simulation technology and engineering services that empowers client innovation and decision-making, reported today that the Bloodhound SuperSonic Car (SSC) team has employed the HyperWorks suite of computer-aided engineering tools in the development of its jet and rocket powered car.
A rocket that is planned to power a British car to over 1000 mph will get its first test firing in the coming months.
Construction work formally starts this week on what could be the world's fastest car.
SEATTLE, Jan. 27, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- There is a healthy rivalry brewing between three racing adversaries -- a Canadian/American team, an Australian team, and the current record holder UK team.
A British project to design and build a car that can travel 1,000mph is proceeding as planned, and the vehicle could be ready to make a run at the World Land Speed Record within the next two years.
GL Studio Is Instrumental in Display Development for the Bloodhound Prototype Vehicle Set to Reach 1000 mph Orlando, FL (PRWEB) November 16, 2010 The DiSTI Corporation announces its strategic sponsorship of the Bloodhound Super Sonic Car (SSC) project, a U.K.
A full scale replica of the Bloodhound SuperSonic Car (SSC) - a 40-plus foot long vehicle designed to go more than 1,000 mph - was unveiled over the weekend at the Farnborough International Air Show.
The project to produce the fastest car in the world can move forward now that the makers have fixed a stability issue that caused the vehicle's rear end to experience lift at high speeds.
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