1963, 1964: Craig Breedlove and the 'Spirit of America' jet car (Bonneville Salt Flats)

Craig Breedlove's World Record Bonneville Run in 1963

Dateline 1963 - Craig Breedlove breaks the land speed record at the Bonneville salt flats, driving a jet "car" named Spirit of America.

1964: Donald Campbell's Bluebird (Lake Eyre, Australia) - 403.1 mph

Donald Campbell’s Bluebird Land Speed Record Car can be seen at the National Motor Museum, Beaulieu, Hampshire

1929: The Golden Arrow (Daytona Beach) - 231.45 mph

Dark Roasted Blend: Land Speed Record Vehicles, Part One: The Pioneers

1997: Thrust SSC (Black Rock Desert, Nevada) - 763 mph.

Thrust SSC at Coventry Transport Museum. This 'car' holds the current landspeed record and broke the sound barrier.

1935: Sir Malcolm Campbell and 'The Bluebird' (Daytona Beach) - 330mph

Sir Malcolm Campbell set his first land speed record of 330 miles per hour in his race car, the "Bluebird,” at Daytona Beach in

Bloodhound SSC 1000 mph rocket car, land speed record attempt

Equinox Graphics is proud to present the visualisation of Bloodhound SSC, the trans-sonic rocket car aiming to smash the current land speed record and raise .

We expect the Bloodhound SSC rocket car to be *more than 25%* faster than its predecessor!

Previous land speed records, this one is a huge leap!

Computational Fluid Dynamics for BLOODHOUND SSC - a supersonic rocket car we aim to push to 1,000 mph and set a new World Land Speed Record.

Computational Fluid Dynamics for BLOODHOUND SSC - a supersonic rocket car we aim to push to mph and set a new World Land Speed Record.

Computational Fluid Dynamics for BLOODHOUND SSC - a supersonic rocket car we aim to push to 1,000 mph and set a new World Land Speed Record.

Computational Fluid Dynamics for BLOODHOUND SSC - a supersonic rocket car we aim to push to mph and set a new World Land Speed Record.

Swansea University's engineers are responsible for Bloodhound's design (computational fluid dynamics), and our geographers are selecting the record attempt site © Bloodhound SSC / Swansea University

Scientists are working on a supersonic car designed to go mph! There's a reason Randy calls me Andretti)


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